Chef Pierre Gagnaire is serving Italian dishes (such as this red tuna with black rice, above) from his restaurant Piero TT in France at his Hong Kong outlet Pierre. Photo: courtesy of Mandarin Oriental Hong KongChef Pierre Gagnaire is serving Italian dishes (such as this red tuna with black rice, above) from his restaurant Piero TT in France at his Hong Kong outlet Pierre. Photo: courtesy of Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong
Chef Pierre Gagnaire is serving Italian dishes (such as this red tuna with black rice, above) from his restaurant Piero TT in France at his Hong Kong outlet Pierre. Photo: courtesy of Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

Why Michelin-starred French chef Pierre Gagnaire is cooking casual Italian food in Hong Kong

  • Pierre Gagnaire is bringing homestyle Italian dishes from his restaurant Piero TT in France to Hong Kong
  • The Michelin-starred chef talks about the difference between casual dining in Italy and France

Topic |   Food and Drinks
Chef Pierre Gagnaire is serving Italian dishes (such as this red tuna with black rice, above) from his restaurant Piero TT in France at his Hong Kong outlet Pierre. Photo: courtesy of Mandarin Oriental Hong KongChef Pierre Gagnaire is serving Italian dishes (such as this red tuna with black rice, above) from his restaurant Piero TT in France at his Hong Kong outlet Pierre. Photo: courtesy of Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong
Chef Pierre Gagnaire is serving Italian dishes (such as this red tuna with black rice, above) from his restaurant Piero TT in France at his Hong Kong outlet Pierre. Photo: courtesy of Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong
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