Four Seasons delivers fine dining, with art on the side

By Li You | China Daily | Updated: 2017-10-28 06:58

Four Seasons delivers fine dining, with art on the side

Ham and beer may be common items on many Chinese menus, but what about ham and floriculture? Ham and oil painting? Ham and Affogato?

That's just the sort of combination recently offered at Four Seasons Hotel Beijing, which elevated mealtime to a fine art during its "The Taste of Artistry" event held Oct 19 to 22 in Beijing, bringing its guests a series of exclusive experiences.

Gathering top chefs, artists, mixologists and designers to explore the intersection of Italian food and culture, the event presented guests with a visible and edible feast.

Two award-winning Italian culinary chefs, Aniello Turco and Marco Veneruso, brought their customers a four-hands dinner menu, which involved aperol spritz, foie gras, figs and bread and ravioli of oxtail with roots consomme.

Based on their cumulative experience in world-renowned Michelin-starred restaurants, they created a Molto Italiano dinner menu of modern Italian fare, hoping to satiate the most discerning palates.

Besides the Molto Italiano, they also served simple and flavorful Milan street eats made from both Italian and locally sourced ingredients. Their guests were able to choose from various free-flow drinks including wine, beer and Italian sparkling wine.

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