Alain P.

Authentic French Cuisine

Alain P. from Hong Kong

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"Chef Alain Pang Chun-lung returned to his village of Fanling Wai in 2004 after 30 years in France because he yearned for his Chinese roots and hoped to give his two children a grounding in Chinese culture. Yet Pang and his wife, Lee Hay-lan, retain a lot of their old life, with conversations sometimes lapsing into French. He has even turned part of their three-storey village house into a private kitchen serving rustic French-Italian dishes."
- South China Morning Post

*We provide a 5-7 course dinner with a set menu, if there is any food you are not willing to eat please tell us in advance. Number of courses may vary due to how heavy each courses are and the ingredients used on the day. Please note that our menu may change depending on the seasonal ingredient at the time of dinner.

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  1. NameAlain P.
  2. LocationHong KongFanling
  3. LanguagesEnglish, Cantonese, Mandarin, French
  1. GuestsMinimum: 4, Maximum: 20
  2. MealsDinner
  3. House rulesSmokers and dogs are welcome, we have 3 dogs ourselves. There is place for parking as well (free). BYOB.
  1. Bio

    "Chef Alain Pang Chun-lung returned to his village of Fanling Wai in 2004 after 30 years in France because he yearned for his Chinese roots and hoped to give his two children a grounding in Chinese culture. Yet Pang and his wife, Lee Hay-lan, retain a lot of their old life, with conversations sometimes lapsing into French. He has even turned part of their three-storey village house into a private kitchen serving rustic French-Italian dishes."
    - South China Morning Post

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Danny C.

It was a rewarding experience dinning here. The place is clean. Helen was very hospitable, cheerful and nice to talk with. Food-wise, well, the chef is popular for being adamant about food, from ingredients selection to cooking styles, so how can that disappoint anyone? Just highlighting the fact that the loaf of bread served was HOME-MADE (with less yeast as possible to keep it's freshness - as proudly shared by Helen), what can you say! The desert was a nice surprise - no wonder people would buy it for give-away!

The memorable experience was concluded by firstly meeting their PR doggy, Cookie, at the front yard, and then having Helen to lead us the to main road and showed us the direction back to Sheung Shui station. Super-sweet!

We will definitely come visit again!