Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong will close its restaurant Pierre on July 31 after 14 years as part of a six-month renovation programme starting in August 2020.
The renovation will also see its restaurant Man Wah being expanded into the space currently occupied by M Bar.
The hotel group said the renovations will “upgrade and refresh” the dining facilities located on the top floor of the group’s flagship hotel.
Ahead of the renovation, the hotel said a number of “special menus and celebrations” have been created to pay tribute to the dining venues including a “Grand Finale Degustation Menu” at Pierre and a “Legend” eight course tasting menu at Man Wah on July 31, 2020.
Mandarin Oriental also said it has created a series of menus called “Memoires of Pierre Gagnaire” in tribute to Pierre, a two-Michelin-starred French restaurant, which will be available for dinner from June 8 until July 30.
A “fond farewell” will also take place at “The Grand Finale” event on July 31, 2020 featuring a nine-course dégustation menu “showcasing Pierre’s best-loved dishes”.
Man Wah’s executive chinese chef, Wing-Keung Wong, will “highlight the restaurant’s illustrious heritage” by serving an “All Time Favourites” tasting menu, alongside his “Signature Celebration” menu at Man Wah until July, 30 2020.