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Pachakutiq’s Peruvian Pop-Up in China Central Place
Peruvian cuisine has been one of the few major omissions from the Beijing culinary scene as it has developed over the past few years. With the recent RAW Peruvian Pop-Up by Mosto, the return of Buena Onda at the Hatchery, and now the pop-up opening of Pachakutiq in the original location of Buena Onda in China Central Place, it looks like something catching on with Peruvian cuisine in Beijing! While all of the past and current Peruvian concepts are either set to be available for a limited time frame, we still have our fingers crossed that Peruvian cuisine will find a more permanent home in Beijing. So while it’s still a bit off and on, now is the time to get your fix.
Situated in the Cafe Flatwhite in the open courtyard space of the CBD’s China Central Place (in front of the Baccarat store and south of the Ritz-Carlton’s main entrance). Taking over the Cafe Flatwhite space every day after 5PM, this is pretty much the same deal that Buena Onda also first launched in. While it’s not necessarily convenient for those who aren’t based near the CBD, it is a great spot in the evening for a few drinks and refreshing snacks if you work in the area.
Having learned from the Chia sibling team of two brothers and a sister – Francisco, Maria and Juan Carlos Chia, they were born and raised in Lima, Peru with a family history of making Pisco, they are now keen to bring their family’s Pisco to China and also open a Nikkei gastronomic bar with a Peruvian chef that comes from Osaka, one of the most famous Nikkei restaurants in Lima.
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The Hatchery F&B Incubator Launches with Mean Mussels by Mighty Mo’s Mussels + Beer Bar
From the people who brought you Buena Onda and Soul Bowls, comes an exciting new concept, the first of its kind in Beijing. A culinary incubator called The Hatchery. Designed to showcase new concepts and ideas, the incubator aims to nurture culinary creativity and they’re already off to a great start this 2016 with the launch of their first in-house pop-up: Mighty Mo’s Mussels + Beer Bar!
“Having started off doing a number of our own pop-ups across Beijing, we’re excited to open the doors of our own space. Over the course of the coming year we’ll be launching a number of new concepts at Hatchery and look forward to continuing to be apart of Beijing’s ever-changing food scene.” - Andrew Moo, Marketing Manager
Excited to share with you my first dining experience at The Hatchery just before they closed for the Chinese New Year holiday, I’m also here to update everyone on their adjusted soft-launch promo deal! From February 19-29th, they’ll be open for business between the hours of 6-9PM and they’ll be extending their 50% off All Food Menu deal. To score this deal, you need to make your reservation via email – email@example.com to secure your table.
LumDimSum | Filed under: Foodies & Dining Scene, Hot Tips, Upcoming Events | Tags: Buena Onda, Causa de Salmon Tartar, Ceviche, China Central Place, Dave Ball, Empanada de Carne, Francisco Chia, James Johnson, Locura de Navidad, Passion Sour, Pisco Sour, Sangria, Soul Bowls, The Bookworm, wine | No Comments »