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8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo BOMBANA

Today, I had lunch at the famous restaurant Otto e Mezzo BOMBANA. Which was rewarded with 3 Michelin stars. It’s located at the Alexander House, Central District, Hong Kong. The food was delicious, very much worth the 4 month wait.
I ordered an organic egg with Parma ham, mashed potato, and wild mushrooms as my appetizer, veal with black truffle and mixed greens as my main course, and a triple chocolate (ice cream, tart and mousse) as my desert.
The organic egg tasted amazing! It was very soft and the vegetable flavored mashed potatoes, the unique piece of Parma ham and the amazing sauce on the mushrooms only made it much better.
The mushroom soup my mom ordered was also worth mentioning. It was creamy, but not too creamy. And the warm aroma that wafted around it was something that was out-of-this-world!
Also, I really loved the black truffle! It smelled and tasted like heaven! Put on top of a piece of perfect veal. Miraculous!
Here are some pictures from my dining experience!

FUN FACT:  Did you know that Chef Bombana owns multiple Michelin starred restaurants? From the one starred “The Drawing Room” to the “8 1/2 Shanghai”?





Although learning will be my main subject, I will occasionally write about things I like and things about me. One my my favorite things is food. I simply enjoy eating! I also enjoy writing reviews about various restaurants. But I can’t be considered a foodie because I don’t make food, although I am in an After School Activity or ASA called The Foodies Club. I especially like Japanese and French cuisine, but Italian, Chinese and African Cuisine are also ones I enjoy.
Sometimes, I like to pretend to be very mannered at a restaurant, but usually, it ends up with me eating like a hungry kid who’s been trapped without food for ages. It’s quite funny to watch. Anyways, I hope you’ve enjoyed my blog and go to share.sis.org.cn/jhuiet/ to learn about my class!