Our Seasonal Plate:
Farm to Table
Cooking Demo & Lunch
Saturday, 28 May 2016 (12.30pm - 2.00pm)
Colette's Artbar, The Fringe Club (Central)
One of the best parts of living in a globally connected city like Hong Kong may also be one of its greatest challenges. While we have access to such an abundance of food from all over the world, we also run the risk of losing touch with the origins of our food, our local communities, as well as the impact of our food choices on the environment.
Rooftop Republic Urban Farming, in collaboration with Slow Food Hong Kong and The Hong Kong Fringe Club, is hosting an interactive session where we hope to introduce a new perspective towards our food culture where city-dwellers are more conscious of how their food is grown, and appreciate the process through which it comes to our table.
This 1.5 hour session will begin with a visit and introduction to the rooftop farm at The Fringe Club, where seasonal vegetables and herbs are being grown for use in their menu. Sandra of Slow Food Hong Kong will share their insights on the slow food culture and philosophy through a cooking demonstration, while Chef Joe of Colette's will serve up a delicious vegetarian lunch, all using fresh locally produced seasonal vegetables and herbs.
HKD400/pax (inclusive of 1 year membership to Slow Food)
HKD350/pax for Slow Food Members & Fringe Club Members
Packaged Price with (1) Urban Farming Workshop Lesson 4 or (2) Kids Workshop on 28th May (worth HKD 730).
HKD700/pax (inclusive of 1 year membership to Slow Food)
HKD650/pax for Slow Food Members & Fringe Club Members
Price is also inclusive of:
1 complimentary non-alcoholic drink from Colette's, Fringe Club
An exclusive Rooftop Republic membership that includes 10% discount at the Colette's bar & The Fringe Vault cafe
English supplemented by Cantonese
Registration Deadline: 23rd May 2016 (Mon)
Sandra Hong is a passionate advocate of food appreciation and education. She has worked sporadically in various restaurant kitchens, cafes, and bars over the last 15 years and completed a Culinary Techniques course at the International Culinary Center in New York. As an active volunteer, she helps run Slow Food Hong Kong's daily operations and organizes food-related activities such as local farm visits and dinners aligned with the Slow Food mission. She is a writer and originally from the US.
About Slow Food:
Slow Food Hong Kong is a chapter, or convivium, of Slow Food International, a global, grassroots organization linking the pleasure of good food with a commitment to local communities and the environment. Slow Food HK was conceived in 2000 by a group of passionate food enthusiasts who wanted to explore and share their love of good, clean, fair food. Our mission is to preserve, promote, and celebrate Hong Kong’s diverse food culture and heritage. We aim to educate the community and share information and networks that enable us to make informed choices about what and how we eat. Click here to find out more.
Event Terms & Conditions:
By registering you agree to the Terms & Conditions of the event.
Slow Food Members
Special Packaged Price if you purchase the lunch and 1 urban farming workshop on the 28th May -
please indicate the workshop you wish to attend in the Paypal notes.
If you are a Slow Food Member, please also enter your membership number in the Paypal notes.
Slow Food Members: