The Baker & The Bottleman: Unveiling New Dining Concept


New Culinary Concept at The Baker & The Bottleman in Lee Tung Avenue

Starting from June 14th, Simon Rogan's The Baker & The Bottleman will present a novel neighbourhood restaurant concept in Lee Tung Avenue. This venture merges European-inspired cuisine with low intervention wines, curated by Executive Chef Oli Marlow, Restaurant Head Chef Ollie Eisendhardt, and Bakery Head Chef Benjamin Lee.

Executive Chef Oli Marlow, Restaurant Head Chef Ollie Eisendhardt
Executive Chef Oli Marlow, and Restaurant Head Chef Ollie Eisendhardt

The first-floor restaurant boasts a comfortable ambiance, highlighted by light wood panelling, padded leather banquettes, and a fully stocked wine bar. The Baker & The Bottleman underscores a commitment to seasonality and sustainability in its culinary philosophy, honouring high-quality, locally-sourced ingredients whenever feasible.

The ingredients-driven à la carte menu presents a selection of dishes, including Beef Tartare served with spicy egg-yolk emulsion and crispy local potato hash brown, Grilled Cuttlefish accompanied by a salad of raw fennel and asparagus, and Jerusalem Artichoke complemented with roasted onions and fresh pears. Notably, the restaurant's breadbasket, curated by Chef Benjamin Lee, enhances the overall dining experience.

Beef Fillet Tartare
Beef Fillet Tartare

Open for dinner from Tuesday to Saturday, The Baker & The Bottleman aims to provide a unique dining experience, incorporating a blend of European-inspired dishes with sustainable wines in an inviting atmosphere.

When: 6 PM - 11 PM, Tuesdays to Saturdays

Where: G14 and G15, 1/F Lee Tung Avenue, 200 Queen's Rd E, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

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