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    <<1st March, 2018Hong Kong>> Timothy Oulton’s first restaurant venture Gough’s on Gough celebrates quintessential British craftsmanship and design, as well as modern British fare and libations. Following the recent launch of a new pre-theatre menu and Sunday Roast Brunch, Gough’s on Gough continues to draw inspiration from age-old British traditions with the introduction of British Cheese & Wine Nights.

    From Sunday to Wednesday every week, guests can now enjoy an exquisite selection of house or premium international wines paired with fine British cheeses. With the choice of 3 glasses of house (HK$168) or premium (HK$228) wine; or 5 glasses of house (HK$268) or premium (HK$328) wine, guests are presented with an extensive wine list with delectable cheese-pairing suggestions. From sparkling, white, rosé, and red; sweet wines as well as port & sherry, there’s a wine to match every mood and flavour, expertly paired by our sommelier Francois Ferrand.

    The cheese menu presents six varieties of artisanal British cheeses; each sourced from a different family-run farm in the UK. Served with walnut raisin bread and grandma’s onion jam, guests can mix and match 3 cheeses of their choice (HK$198) or simply go for tasting portions of all 6 varieties (HK$328). Kirkham’s Lancashire is the last farmhouse raw-milk Lancashire in the world, and made with the milk of the Kirkham family’s 40 Holstein Friesian cows. Renowned for its ‘buttery crumble’ texture and yoghurty, bright and layered flavour, this cheese is a true crowd-pleaser. For fans of a softer cheese, the Tunworth is a worthy choice for its camembert-style. Produced in Hampshire in the South of England it offers a papaery rind and a classic creamy paste. Flavours are nutty, vegetal and milky – long lasting and harmonious. For a taste of old British tradition, opt for the Colston Bassett Stilton, created in one of the smallest dairies in the UK near Nottingham. This pasteurized cow’s milk Stilton is made the traditional way with hand-ladled curd and animal rennet not found at any other Stilton maker. The flavour is earthy, lactic, and balanced by the richness of the blue mold and butter.

    As always Gough’s on Goughs’ knowledgeable team are on hand to provide further information on both the cheese and wine as well as offer recommendations as to the most suitable or interesting pairings.  


    Restaurant Details

    Address – 15 Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong

    Contact Number – 852-2473-9066

    Contact Email – hello@goughsongough.com

    Website – www.goughsongough.com

    Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/Goughs-on-Gough-205822856591698/

    Instagram Account – @GoughsonGough

    About Timothy Oulton

    The story of Timothy Oulton started back in 1976 with a small antiques shop, owned by Tim’s father. Profoundly influenced by his love of antiques, his father’s military background, and an inherent affection for British heritage, Tim created an authentic, visionary brand with the deepest integrity and a passion to deliver the extraordinary. Handcrafted with only the best traditional techniques and fabrications, each Timothy Oulton piece is inspired by the past, but reconceived from a modern perspective, producing uniquely authentic collections, which push the boundaries of furniture design.

    About Gough’s On Gough

    Gough’s on Gough is a modern British restaurant that exudes style, craftsmanship, hospitality, and charm. Customers will enjoy an unparalleled experience in the captivating and generously appointed dining room and bar, with a menu by Head Chef Arron Rhodes, that revisits classic British styles using fresh seasonal ingredients of select provenance, including a raw bar with fresh British seafood, and a selection of bespoke crafted cocktails, fine champagnes and wines. Gough’s on Gough is the first restaurant by Timothy Oulton.