Two of London’s most celebrated Michelin-starred restaurants in Mayfair, Benares and Hakkasan, are teaming up for two special dining experiences, with all profits donated to charity.
The eight-course tasting menu is available exclusively at two events in October (the 3rd and 17th), and has been co-created by Sameer Taneja of Benares and Andrew Yeo of Hakkasan - and sets out to explore a gastronomic exploration of the intricate historic connection between Indian and Cantonese cooking. Expect signature plates from the restaurants as well as recipes that combine Cantonese and Indian flavours and traditions. Tickets
are priced from £168 per person and includes a welcome glass of Champagne. A vegetarian eight-course tasting menu is also available.
Baked Malabar scallops with griddled Paratha bread; grilled Chilean Sea bass in honey; Muntjac
cooked over embers with garlic yoghurt & chilli chutney and smoked beef ribs with jasmine tea; red wine, lotus root & honey.