Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong Presents Two Michelin-starred Sunday Brunch


Pierre in Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong Presents Two Michelin-starred Sunday Brunch

Beginning in the new year, legendary chef Pierre Gagnaire will introduce the new Le Grand Petit Déjeuner menu at Pierre in Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong. Held every Sunday, this will be the first time Chef Gagnaire will serve brunch at any of his restaurants worldwide. The new menu, with a special inaugural offer of HKD688 +10% per person, will be the ideal mix of a traditional French Sunday lunch and a

Parisian breakfast revisited using the chef’s creativity and combining it with the most refined seasonal products found in and around France.

Guests will begin the gastronomic journey with 10 starters to share, including Japan style oysters served in a shell socket, tartlet of caviar, and seaweed tartare and smoked mackerel.

Chef Gagnaire’s signature egg dishes will be featured including a choice between poached egg, foie gras velouté and fondue of spinach, flat Vietnamese omelette, or nested quail egg with tomato jam. To accompany the experience, a selection of freshly baked breads, confiture and butters will be offered.

For the main course, guests will have five choices including grilled rib eye with buckwheat galette and rocket, cocotte of scallops with razor clams and salsify, and salted cod brandade with cucumber. To complete the journey, guests can choose from over 13 decadent desserts laid out on Pierre restaurant’s centerpiece dining table including Paris-Brest éclair; pear poached in osmanthus; coconut milk bavaroise with tapioca and redcurrant jelly, and much more.

Signature beverages will also be a highlight in the brunch menu. In addition to a wide range of curated teas, including Masala Chai tea, coffees, and fresh juices on free-flow, Chef Gagnaire created a new black hot chocolate with juniper and white hot chocolate with chestnut for guests with a sweet tooth. To complement the dishes, champagne chosen by our

 Page 2 sommelier (approximately 500ml offered to every couple) will be served exclusively from a hand blown glass decanter made by the renowned artisan studio Fluïd from Belle Ile en Mer in Brittany, France.

With panoramic views of Victoria Harbour from Pierre, Le Grand Petit Déjeuner is the most enchanting and delicious way to spend Sundays in Hong Kong. Available from 11 a.m. every Sunday beginning 15 January 2017, the inaugural menu price is HKD688 per person, subject to 10% service charge. For further details or to book a table, please call +852 2825 4001 or email

About Pierre

Pierre is the stunning two-Michelin-starred restaurant, situated on the 25th floor that offers floor-to-ceiling windows framing Victoria Harbour and is Pierre Gagnaire’s pied-a-terre in Hong Kong. Gagnaire is a wizard of innovative French gastronomy, and one of the most original and artistic chefs in the world today. His astonishingly intricate and elaborate dishes are often described as “modern French”, although his style remains firmly rooted in the French cooking tradition, resulting in dishes that are exquisitely presented and utterly original. The menu changes seasonally, with express lunch and dégustation dinner menus served alongside the à-la-carte choices, while a private dining room for 14 people offers the ultimate in exclusiveness at any time of the year.

About Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

The iconic Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is the epitome of contemporary luxury combined with Oriental heritage. Having delighted guests with award-winning services and impressive facilities for over 50 years, it is a much-loved address for those seeking an exclusive sanctuary in the heart of this exciting city. The hotel’s spacious rooms and suites offer magnificent views of the famous Victoria Harbour and the city’s skyline. A collection of 10 outstanding restaurants and bars, including three with Michelin Stars, a Shanghaineseinspired holistic spa, an indoor pool and a 24-hour fitness centre, make Mandarin Oriental,

Hong Kong the quintessential “home away from home” for discerning leisure and business travellers alike.


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