Private dining has become increasingly popular in Hong Kong over the last few years as more people in the city are opting for private kitchens to celebrate an event or to have a more intimate dining experience (no doubt thanks to the size of most flats in the city, making hosting near impossible). While there are a few private kitchens that have been around for a number of years, I went to a newer raw, plant-based private dinner the other week at Masalas and Olives. I’ve never been into the whole vegan/raw eating, but I’ll admit I was really impressed with the food and atmosphere.
Private kitchens have been one of the latest Hong Kong buzz-worthy dining ventures that people can’t quite seem to get enough of. Whether it’s the interactive element between yourself, the dish, and the chef, or the more intimate environment, these smaller dining concepts seem to be sticking and always pack a full house. Herein comes Twenty Six by Liberty, formerly known as Liberty Private Works, with their mesmerizing ten-course modern and innovative degustation menu that is an absolute thrill for all senses.