Food & Beverage
Tasting Menu featuring Asian Ingredients
Sweet corn puffed mousse
with Aburi Botan shrimp
in shrimp consommé jelly
smoked Oscietra caviar, potato confit
House made pasta with “Aonori” seaweed sauce
topped with Hokkaido “Bafun” uni
Simmered “Aka” Abalone from房総半島
cooked with 20 years aged Shaoxing wine and Kombu
with pork trotter cassolette
served with winter black truffle
Grilled French milk fed veal
with fresh Yunnan porcini, egg yolk confit
Peach compote, resin crystal,
almond blancmange lychee, raspberry, rose
HK$2,380 / person & 10% service charge
At Ta Vie we offer a selection of beverages highlighting Asian heritage.
We aim to offer a new experience of wines from Asia, our selections originate from the finest of Asian vineyards, each representing their respective terroirs in Asia. There is also a fine collection of French wines, particularly ones made by small, artisan Champagne houses.
Our Sake selection is not only based on variety. We select sakes made by passionate sake makers from small artisan breweries. In addition to that, each sake on our list goes well with our unique tasting menu.
We make our cocktails in-house with seasonal fresh fruits, herbs, and vegetables from all over Asia. Highlighting pure tastes and natural flavours of in-season ingredients, we stay away from flavored-liqueurs and syrups.
One of the highlights in our beverage menu is Ta Vie 旅’s original bottled tea, brewed and bottled in house using only selected tea leaves and water from Asian origins. Through this in-house original process we promise the same care and dedication to this tea as the food we serve.
We are serving only specialty coffee, Indonesia Tano Batak Mandheling selected and roasted by World barista Champion Mr. Berg Wu, Simple Kaffa, Taipei.
Herb Tea (tisanes)
Ta Vie旅 features a selection of unique-flavoured herb teas, made with market-fresh herbs, infused with care and served with a selection of three raw honeys, all harvested from local organic farms.
Continuing on Asian theme, we offer a fine selection of Umeshu (Japanese plum wines) and Japanese whiskies. There are also a list of Asian sweet wines on offer.