Nine creative gourmet takeaways in Hong Kong

 Tate Dining Room

Chef & Owner Vicky Lau introduces Date by TATE, a new private home dining experience and online gourmet shopping platform that brings a Michelin-starred Frenco-Chinese gastronomic experience directly to customers.

To start off, chef Lau has created the ‘An Ode To Home’ Gastronomy Box to enhance at-home dining with a fully-catered multi-course menu, beverage pairing, and a specially curated music playlist. The eight-course menu features a range of starters, a main course choice between Mayura beef tenderloin or blue lobster, then cheese and desserts. With a minimum requirement of two box sets per order, the Gastronomy Gourmet Boxes will be produced in limited quantities of only 30 per day, from Tuesday to Saturday only.

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