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<<10th March 2020 – Hong Kong>> KINSHIP, the charming neighborhood restaurant in the heart of SoHo co-venture by chef friends Chris Grare and Arron Rhodes, launches a revamped New World menu inspired by the flavours of spring. Additionally, from 11pm-2am on the last Saturday of every month, Kinship will now open its doors as Kinship Playhouse, a new late-night adult playground featuring classic American drinking games and an open bar.
New Spring Menu at Kinship
At the helm of the kitchen is American-born chef Chris Grare, previously the celebrated Executive Chef of Lily & Bloom, and managing the front of house is British chef and co-founder Arron Rhodes, renowned for his past tenure as the Executive Chef of Gough’s on Gough. With a brotherhood spanning seven years, the two chefs developed their bond into their first restaurant brainchild, Kinship.
Kinship’s new seasonal menu reflects Chris and Arron’s shared love for travelling and discovering ingredients native to Asia, coupled with British-American cooking traditions. Spring appetisers not to miss are the Hokkaido Scallop Ceviche (HK$138) with Thai pomelo, turmeric lime cream and puffed rice, Roasted Green Asparagus (HK$128) with poached egg, preserved lemon aioli and parmesan crumble, and Olive Oil Poached Black Cod (HK$158) with ginger and coriander pur ee, lemon cous cous and potato mousse.
From the Main Events, indulge in Okinawa Pork Loin (HK$288), served with charred tomato sauce, corn succotash and tamarind reduction – a dish inspired by Chris and Arron’s recent supplier’s trip to Okinawa. For a flavor-packed vegetarian dish, opt for the Whole Roasted Maitake Mushroom (HK$188) with Sichuan glaze, pineapple salsa and Manchego cheese. The Spring Chicken (HK$225) has been given a “Lo Mai Ga” makeover, with Hong Kong-inspired lap cheong sticky rice, market vegetables and shallot-brandy sauce.
For dessert, tuck into Sweet Treats of Milk Chocolate Cheesecake (HK$88) with hazelnut praline, or the uber-comforting Coconut Genoise Cake (HK$78) with pineapple relish, passionfruit and orange sorbet.
New Late-Nights at Kinship: Introducing Kinship Playhouse
On the last Saturday of every month, Kinship welcomes late-night revelers at the newly launched Kinship Playhouse, transforming the restaurant into a lively, after-hours drinking den. Open from 11pm till 2am, entry is priced at HK$398 per person and includes 3-hours of free-flow drinks from the open bar. Round up the crew and bring your A game for endless rounds of beer pong, flip cup, stack cup, giant Jenga and so much more.
The upcoming dates for Kinship Playhouse are: 28th March, 25th April, 30th May, 27th June, 25th July and 29th August.
Celebrating the lasting bonds of family and friendship in a city where most interactions are fleeting, KINSHIP is the brainchild of American and British veteran chefs Chris Grare and Arron Rhodes. Combining years of experience at the forefront of Hong Kong’s culinary scene, the two entrepreneurial chefs have joined forces to share their vision for soulful and rustic home-style cuisine with a new world edge. Now open on 2-4 Shelley Street, Kinship champions a ‘family-first’ mindset where everyone – from the farmers who supply our ingredients to the guests who walk through our door – is regarded as kin.
Kinship – Contact Information
Tel: +852 2520 0899
Dinner: Mon-Sun 6pm-11:30pm
Weekend Brunch: 11:30am-1:30pm & 2pm-4pm
Address: 3/F, 2-4 Shelley Street, Central, Hong Kong