Hong Kong Dinner
October 24, 2017
Michelin Star French dining at Épure

Returning to our French Roots, a unique Chaîne dinner was specially created at Épure Fine French Dining Restaurant by Michelin Star Chef Nicholas Boutin. Naturally the courses were matched with complementing wines.

Located in a tranquil terrace nestled within Hong Kong’s bustling city centre, Épure is well known for uncomplicated yet elegant contemporary French cuisine. The beautifully-designed venue, by internationally renowned design institute Yabu Pushelburg, exudes French heritage and natural habitats.

Chef Boutin offers exciting contemporary dishes that showcased the finest seasonal ingredients from France. Our members and their guests had the pleasure of embarking on a culinary journey employing Chef Boutin’s philosophy of purity of ingredients, flavours and presentation.


David Hervé ‘Boudeuse’ special oyster
timur black peppercorns, lemon butter, crunchy sourdough bread
 Grüner Veltliner 2013 - Nikolaihof

Torched duck foie gras
poached pear with shavings, walnut and caramel jus
Chassagne-Montrachet 2014 - Domaine J.M. Boillot

Butter-roasted Atlantic lobster
parsnip mousseline, crisps, citrus and tarragon red wine sauce

Free-range black chicken ‘Mieral’
caramelised endive, black garlic and timur berry jus
Chambolle-Musigny 2012 - Domaine Arlaud

70% chocolate, griottines cherries, Tahiti vanilla cream
Sauternes, Clos Dady 2013

Petits fours
Tea or coffee

It was a labour of complex simplicity rarely achieved. His style created a symphony of flavours that danced on the tongue.

A memorable experience literally savoured by all!

Vive la Chaine!

Steven Kahn
Bailli Délégué

Photos courtesy of Frederick Sitt Photography