Wan Chai Fiesta Fires Up Tastebuds
Mr Brown collaborates with Te Quiero Mucho in ‘3 Friends 6 Hands’ partnership
(Hong Kong, 6 September,2019) Mr Brown, the Wan Chai neighbourhood grill and smokehouse has joined hands with Sheung Wan’s buzzing Mexican eatery and bar, Te Quiero Mucho and Mexican cocktail haunt COA, for one night only.
Following the TQM anniversary on 18th September in Te Quiero Mucho, on Thursday 19th September, Mr. Brown’s Chef Asher and Chef Alfonso of TQM want to ‘taco ‘bout’ a friendship formed over food. In a merging of cuisines, a special a la carte menu has been developed for the night and will be served alongside the regular Mr Brown menu. Mr. Brown’s sumptuous signature barbeque meats have been magically merged with Chef Alfonso’s specialty taco creations. Mr Brown’s Argentinian grill will take on a Mexican flair, serving up tacos in a rustic barbeque style like never before.
To kick-start the meal, customers can opt for tamales with smoked beef brisket and spicy tomato. Wrapped in corn flour, Mr Browns signature beef brisket is steamed for two hours and served with spicy tomato sauce and pickled onion to enrich the crispy textures, elevating the typical Mexican street food to another level.
Next up is all things tacos – the main course for this night. Options include al pastor with pork and pineapple relish roasted in a shawarma stylewhich is popular in the Middle East. Topped with relish of pineapple, onion and raw cucumber, the dish offers a vibrant, sharp and fresh flavour profile.
The second taco serving of the night is barbecoa, with lamb marinated in ancho chilli. Cooked in adobo dressing, this classic Mexican combination of dried chilies, garlic, oregano, cumin and vinegar is sure to entice taste buds. Wrapped in banana leaf and cooked through hot smoke, the moisture and flavour of the lamb is sealed and infused with a subtle, smoky aroma.
For a special taste of the Mexican state, the tostada of choice is taste of yucatán with braised pulled short rib filling, black adobo and habanero.Savour the fried puff corn dough, topped with pickled red onion and habanero chilli mayonnaise, this dish is one that will certainly spice up life.
If you still have space for sweet endings, Mr Brown will serve up churros sprinkled with cinnamon sugar and smoked dulce de leche.
For a mid-week Mexican style tipple, choose from the bespoke cocktails crafted by Jay Khan from COA and Mr Brown Head Mixologist Raffy Meyer. Drawn from Jay Khan’s agave spirits expertise and Raffy’s passion to expand the boundaries of the craft, they have created a host of mezcal, Mexican-inspiredsmoke fused cocktails for guests to enjoy.
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About Mr Brown & Chef Asher
About Te Quiero Mucho & Chef Alfonso
About COA & Jay Khan
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