Chefs Chris Grare and Arron Rhodes of Hong Kong have unveiled their vision: Kinship – the first restaurant venture by the duo set to open in the heart of Hong Kong, in Soho, this month.
It intends to be a charming neighborhood restaurant where family prevails; a place to celebrate the lasting bonds of family and friendship in a city where most interactions are fleeting. Combining years of experience at the forefront of Hong Kong’s culinary scene, the two entrepreneurial chefs have joined forces to offer rustic home-style cuisine with a new world edge.
Helming the kitchen will be Chris Grare, previously the chef of Lily & Bloom, and at the front of house will be Arron Rhodes, renowned for his executive chef’s stint at Gough’s on Gough. At Kinship, guests can expect an elegant yet relaxed dining atmosphere, and best of all, worthy flavours at honest prices.
Kinship’s farm-to-table concept places importance on forming sustainable relationships with family-run local farms and suppliers, providing traceability in all produce. From roasted carrots home-grown in the New Territories, to salmon fresh from the cold and crisp waters of Faroe Islands, every dish has a story to tell.