Just when we thought we couldn’t love charming eatery Scarlett Café & Wine Bar any more, and top Aussie chef Danny Grimshaw joins the team to bring an exciting new dining experience to hungry Hong Kongers.
The adventurous chef has relocated from Saigon, Vietnam, but originally hails from Melbourne where he spent over twenty years working the stoves of five-star, award-winning hotel restaurants. He will now bring his talents to the Scarlett kitchen, whipping up new seasonal dishes that pair perfectly with the selection of French wines on offer – and just in time for summer!
With his strong farm to table philosophy, Grimshaw will use original flavors and seasonal produce to entice foodies to dine with their nearest and dearest at the trendy Tsim Sha Tsui venue. After all, with his Australian roots, he’s a firm believer that the most memorable dining experiences are those shared with friends and family.
His humble beginnings are reflected in his cooking style, which focuses on creating dishes that are beautifully simple and flow with the rhythm of the seasons. Over the coming months, he will be raising the heat to match Hong Kong’s weather with many exciting changes in store – so watch this space!
Not been to Scarlett yet? You’re missing out! Tucked away down Austin Avenue, the French-style bistro offers a cosy space for intimate dinner or drinks, with glasses of directly imported French wines starting from only $55.
With a menu of ‘French inspired’ dishes, ranging from imported cold cuts and cheese to Mussel Marinière & Beef Le Chateaubriand, it’s the perfect spot to while away a warm summer evening. Swing by after 3pm any day of the week and you can also enjoy 50 percent off drinks and all à la carte food items. Fancy brunch? Head there from 11am on the weekend and tuck in!
For reservations, please call +852 3565 6513 , email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Facebook page.
Scarlett Café & Wine Bar, G/F, 2 Austin Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, (+852) 3565 6513
Open from 3pm until late on weekdays and from 11am until late on weekends