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    <<10th December 2020 – Hong Kong>> Following the latest COVID-19 dine-in regulations regulations, ÉCRITURE by Le Comptoir announces the return of its 2-Michelin-starred takeaway and delivery service starting from 10th December till 23rd December 2020

    Écriture a la Maison” highlights hand-selected premium ingredients from France, elevating your home dining ritual with a specially curated takeaway and delivery menus by Executive Chef Maxime Gilbert. Guests can choose from five different set menus depending on the occasion and party size, as well as a  much-expanded menu of a la carte options to enjoy at home. The full list of Écriture a la Maison  offerings can be viewed and ordered at bit.ly/ecriturealamaison

    Ecriture’s opening hours for dining in have changed to Mondays – Sundays from 12pm-6pm daily,  with weekend lunch on Saturdays & Sundays serving from 12pm-2pm, 2pm-4pm and 4pm-6pm in  three seating options throughout the day. 

    The New Écriture a la Maison Experience 

    With careful consideration of the current environment, Écriture presents new gourmet takeaway menus designed to enjoy in the comforts of home. Écriture’s most popular signature set menus are available to  order online for takeaway or delivery, including Calligraphy Set Menu (HK$1,588 for 2, HK$2,888 for  

    4), Library of Flavours Set Menu (HK$3,388 for 2, HK$6,188 for 4), and for the first time ever,  Écriture’s Winter 2020 Wild Game Menu (HK$2,888 for 1). Further details of the set menus and direct  online orders can be made via https://shop.lecomptoir.hk/collections/ecriture-home-delivery/set-menus.  

    The a la carte takeaway and delivery menu features some of Chef Maxime’s finest signature starters,  entrees, and desserts such as Wagyu Beef Sando (HK$888) with homemade milk bread and spicy tomato  sauce; Caviar & Uni Tart (HK$998-HK$1,988) featuring Royal caviar Club Schrenckii caviar,  Hokkaido sea urchin, kabu bavaroise, beurre blanc, and buckwheat tart shell; Bresse Chicken

    (HK$1,188), a whole oven-roasted chicken with truffled mashed potatoes, Japanese rice pilaf, and a  chicken offal cooked in carcass with lemon confit and green olives; Hare a la Royale (HK$598) served  with homemade pasta; Deer (HK$598), pan-seared and served with root vegetables fricassee and sauce  poivrade; Line Caught Brittany Turbot (HK$598) with a mariniere of shellfish, potatoes, and fresh herbs; Homemade Sourdough Bread (HK$108); Tarte Tatin (HK$98) with crème legere; Kouign Aman (HK$68), a traditional French pastry dessert served with Issigny sour cream, and more. 

    Complement any takeaway meal from Écriture with an exceptional bottle of wine to share to complete  the experience. The full sommelier-curated wine list can be viewed HERE

    Écriture a la Maison pick-up and delivery is available everyday from Thursday, 10th December till  Wednesday, 23rd December from 7pm-8pm. For requests outside of these hours, please contact the  restaurant directly at ecriture@lecomptoir.hk or 2795 5996. Dinner orders must be placed by 12pm for  same-day 7pm pick-up/delivery. Orders placed after 12pm will be processed the following day. 

    For a minimum spent of HK$2,000, delivery is complimentary for Central locations. Stanley, Repulse  Bay, Aberdeen and Kowloon locations are subject to HK$250 delivery fee with minimum spend of  HK$2,000. New Territories locations are subject to HK$400 delivery fee with minimum spend of  HK$2,000. 


    About Écriture: 

    Located on the penthouse floor of Hong Kong’s new cultural hotspot H Queen’s, Hong Kong hospitality group Le  Comptoir presents ÉCRITURE, a space in which French cuisine is elevated to new heights by uniting it with  exceptional Japanese produce to explore the endless possibilities that occur when Western craftsmanship meets  Eastern philosophies. The East and the West have long held a mutual fascination and respect for one another, and at  ÉCRITURE this comes together not only on the plate, but also in the effortlessly understated interiors. The  restaurant takes its name from a series of paintings by Korean artist Park Seo-Bo – a work from which hangs in the  private dining room, injecting a bold splash of red into a design scheme that celebrates the untold harmony found in  contrasts and oppositions. 

    About Le Comptoir 

    Le Comptoir was founded in early 2013 with the goal of redefining what a fine dining experience can be. The name  takes inspiration from the vibrant, convivial bar counter found in most French bistros and brasseries, where friends  meet up to enjoy the good life.  

    True to its motto ‘fine dining redefined’, Le Comptoir is transforming Hong Kong’s already dynamic F&B scene  one restaurant at a time. With each completely original concept, the team at Le Comptoir places great importance in  the power of dynamic, art-centric interior design to create a unique vibe within each venue. Uncompromising in  their vision, each Le Comptoir property is a feast for the senses, an ode to spectacular design and beautiful art, and  takes a no-detail-spared approach in creating memorable experiences for diners at every turn.  

    The art of fine hospitality is at the core of every restaurant by Le Comptoir. By employing Michelin and 5-Star  hotel standards throughout, each venue takes pride in providing exquisite cuisine and faultless service to diners, no  matter the setting.  



    For events with more than 14guests, contact DirEvents@lecomptoir.hk for more information 


    26/F, H Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong  


    Email: ecriture@lecomptoir.hk 

    Website: ecriture.hk  

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