Burnt offerings: Hongkongers to get a taste of dishes from Bradley Cooper’s chef film
Marcus Wareing’s Michelin-standard creations available at The Bostonian in December
Fans of food and Bradley Cooper will converge with the opening of Burnt on December 10, about a chef who is a recovering addict who tries to rebuild his culinary career in a London restaurant and gain three Michelin stars.
The comedy drama also stars Sienna Miller, Uma Thurman and Daniel Brühl.
No doubt viewers will be salivating over the dishes produced in the kitchen, and the film was actually shot in the kitchens of Roux at the Landau in London’s The Langham hotel.
Some of the dishes in the movie were created by British Michelin-starred chef and restaurateur Marcus Wareing, a consultant for the film.
Now diners in Hong Kong can try some of those dishes from the film. Executive chef of The Bostonian Pedro Samper will recreate the dishes featured in Burnt – Herdwick lamb, beetroot and girolle, and mascarpone blood-orange streusel – from December 10 when the movie opens in Hong Kong, until the end of the month.
The Bostonian Lower Lobby, The Langham Hong Kong, 8 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, tel: 2132 7898