In celebration of the grand opening of La Petite Maison Hong Kong, #legend hosted a private dinner with six lifestyle and foodie influencers in Hong Kong to be amongst the first to experience the hottest new opening and Chef Patron Raphael Duntoye’s creative dishes.
With branches in major cities such as London, Miami, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Istanbul, La Petite Maison finally opens in Hong Kong after a long wait. Located in the city’s latest art and dining destination, H Queen’s, the 3,700 square feet restaurant offers not only fine dining but also a lively bar, eclectic art and outdoor seating area.
From London to Hong Kong, Chef Patron Raphael Duntoye shares that “everyone is a celebrity in La Petite Maison” and the concept behind La Petite Maison is about sharing. He believes in ‘family style’ dining and creating an ambience which is comfortable and inviting. Chef Patron Raphael Duntoye also expects guests to feel as though they are dining somewhere in Europe when they enter La Petite Maison.
Serving a wide variety of French Mediterranean dishes such as Burrata with Datterini Tomatoes, Snails with Garlic Butter, Baby Chicken with Confit Lemon and Warm Chocolate Mousse with Malt Ice Cream, the Hong Kong branch sticks to the original menu found at all La Petite Maisons.
In addition, La Petite Maison Hong Kong also offers a great bar for after work drinks. Featuring bespoke cocktails such as Tomatini, Petit Coco, and Provencal Tonique, mixologists from their Dubai branch bring in their most popular signature drinks.
The internationally-acclaimed French restaurant brings to Hong Kong not only quality dishes, authentic flavours and drinks, but also a lifestyle. With an impressive yet cosy interiors and great food and drink, this is set to be one of the hottest openings this autumn.
La Petite Maison, Shop 1, 1/F, H Queen’s, 52 Stanley Street, Central, Hong Kong
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