The Landmark Mandarin Oriental offers Stella McCartney tea


The Landmark Mandarin Oriental offers Stella McCartney tea

February 2011: The creative chefs at MO Bar at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong are working with British designer Stella McCartney to offer Hong Kong’s first ever organic and vegetarian afternoon tea throughout the month of March.
 
Featuring savory bites, mini pastries, light-as-feather scones and a sweet temptation cupcake buffet with a choice of Jing tea or coffee, the HKD 200 (plus 10% service charge) tea set is a definitive Hong Kong afternoon treat.
 
MO Bar’s afternoon teas are a result of collaborations with some of the world’s most prestigious brands whereby the creative minds from the kitchens of MO Bar create delicious dishes inspired by fashion collections or fragrances of luxury brands such as Marc Jacobs, Chloe, Guerlain and Jo Malone.
 
As McCartney is a lifelong vegetarian, MO Bar’s chefs stayed true to her beliefs by creating a delicious vegetarian menu using organic ingredients while at the same time taking inspiration from her British roots and her Spring/Summer 2011 collections.
 
The Stella McCartney tea set will include mouth-watering bites such as Beetroot, Goat Cheese and Hazelnut Gratinated Toast, Quiche with Eggplant and Stilton, Whole Wheat and Corinthian Raisin Scones with Clotted Cream served with Home Made Organic Jams and Golden Bramley and Cinnamon Crumble, many of which are Stella McCartney’s personal favourites. All guests will receive a special gift set from Stella McCartney with the tea set (while stocks last).

Afternoon tea is served from 3 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. from Mondays to Saturdays and 3.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. on Sundays.  Reservations are recommended and guests can book on +852 2132 0077 or via e-mail at lmhkg-mobar@mohg.com.

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