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