In celebration of the 50th anniversary of French-Chinese diplomatic relations, Hong Kong’s iconic heritage hotel Hullett House will present a series of authentic French wining and dining experience during Le French GourMay. Combining classic French craftsmanship with Rhône Valley wines and Lyon culinary delights, Hullett House offers an unexpected yet fascinating gastronomic journey in May.

“Golden Time of the Kings” Exhibits 18th Century Antique French Furniture and Art Objects

As a homage to Chinese inspiration in French Art during the 18th century, Hullett House is collaborating with Kraemer Gallery, a Paris-based antique gallery established in 1875, to bring a special collection of rare and original French antiques from the period of King Louis XIV (1643-1715), King Louis XV (1715–1774) and King Louis XVI (1774-1793) to the Champagne Room. Names of the most famous masters of the epoch include: Charles Cressent, Bernard II Van Risen Burgh (B.V.R.B), Jean Pierre Latz, François Lieutaud, and more. The displayed pieces could normally only be seen in major international museums such as the Palace of Versailles in France, the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, the Hermitage in St Petersburg, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and the Getty Museum in Los Angeles. As a colonial building dating back to the 1880s, Hullett House is the best place to support “East meets West” cultural exchanges and to recreate the French spirit.

“Le French GourMay” – Dining in the Champagne Room with French Antiques

St. George proudly presents a tailor-made 7-course Lyon-inspired menu, priced at HK$1,488 plus 10% service charge per person, and can be paired with amazing Rhône Valley wines for an additional HK$488 throughout May. Highlights include Brittany Oysters, Croque Monsieur, Onion Soup, Sole Veronique, Challan Duck, Fromage and Palm Sugar Crème Brulee. Guests can also choose to dine in the Champagne Room while enjoying the “Golden Time of the Kings” Exhibition. Its interior is tastefully decorated with a mixture of French antiques complimenting the original wood flooring, furniture and white walls.

This unique dining package includes a 30-minute guided tour with the owner of Kraemer Gallery, Mr. Mikael Kraemer, as well as the specially designed 7-course “Le French GourMay” menu in the Champagne Room valued at HK$1,888 plus 10% service charge per person, and an additional HK$488 if the guests opt for the wine pairing. The promotion period is valid until 31 May 2014, and is available for a maximum of 6 guests per night. Reservations should be made at least one week in advance.

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