To craft a distinctive dining experience like no other, the Executive Chef at The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, Peter Find, has created an exclusive Chef’s Table adventure for guests to explore and engage their senses.
Located on the 102nd floor at 420 meters above sea level, the Chef’s Table is a private dining room with separate sofa area and a spectacular harbour view. It features an open kitchen that offers a front row view for the guests. The ambiance is intimate with the use of soft lighting and rich burgundy red furniture and fittings.
Spearheaded by German-born Executive Chef Peter Find, Germany is the natural choice to kick-start the new series of menus. The masterfully designed six-course menu stays true to the original flavors of authentic German cuisine where Chef Peter takes an avant-garde approach to refining the cooking techniques and food presentation. Guests will enjoy dishes such as Brown Shrimp Salad with Herbs and Pumperinckel, Pork Pâté with Herring Fish and Granny Smith Apple, Koenigsberger, Klops and Capers, German Schwabentopf and Cherry, and more.
The unique experience includes Chef Peter and his team attending to that table exclusively throughout the evening and guiding guests through each course. “The idea of a Chef’s Table is to present guests with an insider’s pass into the world of cooking. Guests will be able to see and experience the work and secrets that go into crafting the dishes we serve,” says Find, “Through the dishes that we have prepared, we hope to share with the guests our passion for and the refinement of the culinary arts.”