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Salvis And Yang Sing Team Up

Salvis is a new Marco Polo journeying into Chinatown

Published on November 8th 2012.


Salvis And Yang Sing Team Up

FAMILY-RUN BUSINESSES, Salvis and Yang Sing will be blending their food, wine and philosophy for seventy-two hours in a pop up restaurant from the evening of Friday 30th November, until Sunday 2nd December.

The pop up will feature a theatre style open kitchen, dishing out the best of the Salvi's family fare; beautiful Italian ingredients fused with Cantonese creativity. 

‘Salvis goes East’ will be hosted in the main private dining suite in the grade II listed building at Yang Sing over the last weekend of November.

It is a celebration of the Italian and Chinese cultures with the similarities between Chinese and Italian cultures lending themselves well to a foodie fusion of the two. 

The pop up will feature a theatre style open kitchen, dishing out the best of the Salvi's family fare; beautiful Italian ingredients fused with Cantonese creativity. The event will also see live music, dancing, great Italian wines.

Bookings and tickets are available at £40pp on Friday 30 November to Saturday 1 December from 6pm to 11pm. Then £35pp, and £20 for kids under 10 on Sunday 2nd December from midday til 7pm. Book on 07776425073. 

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AnonymousNovember 9th 2012.

Chinese and Italian on the same plate? #RedHotWorldBuffet

avoNovember 12th 2012.

So what do you get for your £40 then?

1 Response: Reply To This...
IanNovember 17th 2012.

All the mozzarella and dim sum you can manage

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