The Private Kitchen in Chippendale’s burgeoning Kensington Street precinct has secured the ultimate coup by way of two Michelin-starred chefs for the launch of a series of dining events, the Four Hands International Chef Collaboration.
The ‘Four Hands’ experience pairs Kensington Street’s resident chefs with a succession of acclaimed visiting chefs including Chef Han Liguang who was last week awarded his first Michelin star for his restaurant Labryinth in Singapore and Chef Seita Nakahara from the celebrated terra, also in Singapore.
Owned by Greencliff, The Private Kitchen was always destined as a platform to promote international chefs to Sydney diners. Located on the third floor of The Old Rum Store, a distinguished heritage building that recently roared to life with the addition of Olio Kensington Street and Eastside Grill, The Private Kitchen has until now, been reserved for private events. The ‘Four Hands’ series will therefore provide an unique opportunity to dine in one of Kensington Street’s hidden gems.
Greencliff Executive Chairman Dr. Stanley Quek said, “Kensington Street is already the second home to a number of international chefs including Stanley Wong from Eastside Grill, Lino Sauro at Olio Kensington Street and Frederic Colin from Bistrot Gavroche, whom each have established restaurants and culinary businesses outside of Australia.
“The Private Kitchen was designed to be a space that would shine a light on visiting chefs, whether from overseas or interstate. It’s a fantastic opportunity for chefs to get an insight into the Sydney dining market and for guests to have a dining experience they would otherwise have to travel to enjoy.”
The first event will be held next week with only a few tickets remaining:
Wednesday 12 July, 6pm
Location: The Private Kitchen, Level 3, The Old Rum Store, Kensington Street, Chippendale Price: $120pp dinner only / $175pp with paired wines
Friday 11 August
Old Rum Store, Kensington Street, Chippendale
For more information or to buy tickets, click here.