Dine for the last time at Café Gray Deluxe at Upper House before it closes in December


7th November 2020 – (Hong Kong) Café Gray Deluxe located on the 39th floor of The Upper House has announced that it will close down on 31st December this year and a new concept will be unveiled during first quarter of next year. Café Gray Deluxe which opened its doors in 2009 was created by the famous  Singaporean-born Swiss restaurateur, Gray Kunz who passed away this year. Gray Kunz was a Singaporean-born Swiss restaurateurchef, and cookbook writer based in New York. Kunz spent his early childhood in Singapore, which influenced his fusion style of cooking later in his life. He had a career that spanned three continents and was one of Manhattan’s most acclaimed chefs of the 1990s, when he worked for nine years at Lespinasse.

The well-heeled crowd in Hong Kong has spent many brunches and dinners at the restaurant.

Before the restaurant draws down its final curtains, customers can now enjoy a  farewell five-course wine-pairing menu (HK$1,200 per person) with Chef Kunz’s signature dishes such as tarragon-scented lobster bisque, braised beef short rib and chilled soup of chrysanthemum and pear.

Café Gray Deluxe

49/F, The Upper House, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty.

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