An Italian journey with 'Classic and Revival' Art & Gourmet Festival

Updated: 2011-09-02 12:24


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An Italian journey with 'Classic and Revival' Art & Gourmet Festival

Landscape by Francesco De Grandi.

An Italian journey with 'Classic and Revival' Art & Gourmet Festival
Landscape by Francesco De Grandi.[Photo/]


An Italian journey with “Classic and Revival” Art & Gourmet Festival kicks off at Barolo restaurant of The Ritz-Carlton, Beijing, running from August 29 to September 10.

A series of paintings from contemporary artist Francesco De Grandi are displayed. The paintings are permeated with a subtle tone of reminiscence, unfolds into an assorted anthology of personal tales. During this festival, Barolo managed to fuse food and art in a delectable and inventive way.

Italian chef Gianluca sculpts with all foods, to make an edible art, perfectly matched with the paintings. He brings the taste of traditional Italian home cooking by presenting diners the vibrancies and romance of Italy with a burst of flavors through his new creations, such as Scallops with Cured Pork Cheek, Pumpkin Cream, Toasted Almond, Aged Balsamic, Home Made Fettuccine with Boston Lobster and Spicy Tomato, and Atlantic Cod with Leek Stew, perfectly matched with exquisite regional Italian wines.

Commenting on this festival, David Wilson, General Manager of The Ritz-Carlton, Beijing said: “As one of the most respected brands in the luxury industry, we are pursuing the excellent service that has made the Ritz-Carlton name synonymous with Luxury. At The Ritz-Carlton Beijing, we extend our time-honored luxuries into art and cultural activities, aiming to create inspirational and memorable experience for our guests and make the Ritz-Carlton be part of their lifestyle.”

Special offers during the festival: During this festival, enjoy 20% discount on Food & Beverages consumptions at Barolo. Valid from August 29 to September 10, 2011

For More Information and Reservations:86-10 5908 8151

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