The Private Kitchens to Book for You Next Event

Entertaining can be hard and cooking is stressful. So, leave it to the pros at these four private kitchens.

A spread by Pomegranate

Hong Kong is notorious for having small flats, and people who love to entertain. It’s a hard combination for many. How do you throw an effortless dinner party for all your friends in just 300 square feet? We’re going to let you in on a little secret: you don’t! Save yourself the hassle and host your next dinner party in someone else’s kitchen. Everybody wins: more space, more fun, less stress, better cooking!

Ready to plan your next event? Read on to find four of our favourite private kitchens in Hong Kong.

Pomegranate

Chef and owner Maria Bizri launched Pomegranate in 2011, bringing elements of her Mediterranean heritage and global travels to hungry Hong Kongers. With two Wong Chuk Hang venues (and catering capabilities) there’s basically no limit to what you can do with Pomegranate. Their chefs will delight your taste buds with Mediterranean, European and Asian cuisines, at their own venues or your home—either way, you can’t go wrong. For a larger party, book Pomegranate Kitchen, their stunning 2000 square foot space with outdoor terrace.

Pomegranate
4B, 44 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen; +852 2580 0663
www.pomegranate.com.hk

Dine Art

In a city of “worst kept secrets”, it’s always refreshing to feel like you discovered something truly surprising in Hong Kong. That’s how we feel about Dine Art, equal parts art gallery and Italian kitchen in Wong Chuk Hang. The 4,000 square foot space can accommodate up to 120 guests, and their open kitchen is just as alluring as the beautiful art on display. Here you can enjoy life as it’s meant to be lived: among good friends, good food and great art.

Dine Art
16/F, Flat A, Kwai Bo Industrial Building, 40 Wong Chuk Hang Rd, Wong Chuk Hang; +852 2805 8555
www.dinearthk.com

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La Dolce Vita

Wine lovers, rejoice. You can finally spend an evening in your version of heaven: a wine cellar. La Dolce Vita is a private Italian kitchen managed by a five-star chef. They only serve one group per night, so you’ll have the entire space to yourself.  The team here will choose the freshest seasonal ingredients for your dinner, and you can buy bottles of wine from their selection or opt for a pairing.

La Dolce Vita
203 Oceanic Industrial Centre, 2 Lee Lok Street, Ap Lei Chau; +852 3528 0531
www.ladolcevitahk.com

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George Private Kitchen

If you’re craving good- no, great!- Chinese food, George Private Kitchen is where you need to go. It’s a passion project by self-trained chef and owner George Ip, who honed his skills in the kitchen alongside Chinese cuisine experts Chan Kei-lum and Diora Fong Chan. Nestled into a quiet area of Tsim Sha Tsui, George Private Kitchen can seat up to 40 and offers a set menu for guests. For a taste of true, traditional Chinese cooking, you can’t beat this spot. They do require a deposit on bookings, but there’s no corkage fee!

George Private Kitchen
50 Hillwood Road, Tsim Sha Tsui; +852 9094 2362
www.facebook.com/georgeprivatekitchen/

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