Join Foodie's Chef of the Year, Corey Riches and his team from the coveted front row seats of BEDU's Kitchen Counter. Watch our chefs in action, with uninterrupted views of the kitchen.
These seats will secure you an exclusive experience, the envy of the the main dining room where within arms reach of the Chef, you will enjoy a bespoke menu experience being unveiled to you, dish by dish, that changes almost every other day. You and your guest will be one of the first to try never-before-seen specials and premium ingredients to complete a memorable sensory experience.
We look forward to hosting you at BEDU. from the Chef's counter.
Enjoy a 90minute free-flow at the weekends, over brunch with your nearest and dearest.
This free-flow requires whole table participation, and 245HKD per person will be added to the final
We kindly request all groups of 7 and above collectively choose either the Minimum Spend or Chef's Menu. By choosing Minimum Spend, you will be able to order from the menu to meet a minimum of $490 per person inclusive of food and drinks.
We kindly request groups of 7 and above collectively choose to order the Chef's Menu ($410/person) or Minimum Spend ($490/person).
The Chef's Menu is a sharing style experience and features BEDU signature dishes, and or daily specials. Please do inform the team of any dietary requirements within your groups of guests.
Add more festive cheer to your experience with us by pre-ordering a bottle of Champagne Th\u00e9ophile by Roederer ($590*).
*Price indicated is exclusive for pre-ordered bottles.
Enjoy a Chinese wine experience with your multi-coursed EAST MEETS MIDDLE EAST FEAST. The tasting includes two 125ml pours, a red and white to round off your night.
Sommelier Thomas has chosen a 2017 Legacy Peak Chardonnay from one of the oldest vineyards in the region, Ningxia Helan Mountain. This is an oaky, rich, buttery drop with citrus acidity on the finish, to complement the seafood and poultry forward menu.
Our chosen red for the evening is Skyline of Gobi, Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot Classic, Xinjiang flavors of black spices and from the Merlot, catch that touch of vanilla from the oak.\n