Tosca Brings Italy’s Niko Romito to Hong Kong

  • Chef Niko Romito inherited Reale from his father at the young age fo 25.

    Chef Niko Romito inherited Reale from his father at the young age fo 25.

  • Veal, gin, misticanza salad.

    Veal, gin, misticanza salad.

  • Cold emulsion of beef and olive oil.

    Cold emulsion of beef and olive oil.

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Hong Kong foodies, prepare for some fine Italian cuisine fiesta as Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong this month brings to the city one of Italy’s celebrated chefs, Niko Romito. Having inherited Ristorante Reale from his father at the young age of 25, the chef has since learned to put apply modern cooking techniques that highlight the region’s finest ingredients that eventually earned his family restaurant three Michelin stars. The showcase at Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong’s Tosca restaurant marks his first outside of his home country, and will see him demonstrate his artistic dishes, hosted by Tosca’s Pino Lavarra.

From January 28 to 30, guests and culinary enthusiasts may opt for a four- or six-course dinner menu at US$216 and US$255 respectively, while a special four-course lunch menu will also be available exclusively for two days on January 29 and 30 at US$87. Expect unique twists to classic Italian dishes and ingredients, such as veal, gin, and misticanza salad, buffalo ricotta ravioli, as well as options for vegetarian guests.

For more information, visit The Ritz-Carlton

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