Food and design

We must be already known as loving beautiful places. And loving food!

And as the weekend gets nearer, we do think about where we wish we could go!

Today, we’ll talk to you about a design awarded restaurant with a Michelin Star chef: Mott 32

Mott 32 is located in the Standard Chartered Building, 4-4a Des Voeux Road, right in the heart of Central, Hong Kong. It is 7,500 square feet with 5 private rooms and can accommodate up to 170 diners, at any one time.

Combining quality ingredients and masterful preparation is Group Chinese Executive Chef Lee Man Sing.

Chef Lee Man Sing earned his executive position from the flagship Mandarin Oriental and received two Michelin Stars for the restaurant by creating a gastronomic Cantonese menu. As a highly respected Cantonese Chef in the industry and well known amongst the Chinese culinary scene, Chef Lee Man Sing has achieved numerous accolades from the Hong Kong Tourism Board, including “Best of the Best Culinary Award 2006 and 2009”, where he was awarded twice in this category. He was also appointed as a member of the Hong Kong Chinese Chefs Association and one of the judging panels for HOFEX.

Indulge yourself!
Indulge yourself!

Chef Lee takes pride in understanding each ingredient as he adapts a contemporary approach when recreating authentic Chinese cuisine by sourcing fresh ingredients. “I usually source fresh ingredients from sustainable producers to maintain the quality of the food from both local and overseas suppliers “ says Chef Lee. The menu at Mott 32 perfectly illustrates Chef Lee Man Sing’s masterful skills in creating authentic Chinese dishes.

Mott 32 is designed collaboratively by award-winning interior designer Joyce Wang and Maximal Concepts.

Design awarded restaurant
Design awarded restaurant

The interior blends lofty New York industrial style with Chinese imperial elements seamlessly, imbuing the space with sleekness and elegance, punctuated by unexpected but unpretentious details. It tells the story of Hong Kong’s past, with hints and clues to the lives of the building’s imaginary former occupants.

Amazing food!
Amazing food!

No more words needed, right?

Have a wonderful delicious weekend everyone!



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