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Private Gluten Free Vegetarian Dining

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Private Gluten Free Vegetarian Dining

We had another lovely event Saturday 5th March.

Here is a customer review;

Lakshmi!❤️❤️

We had the most special and memorable evening with you on Saturday, Anna was just so happy to eat "normally" with everyone, and was over the moon with that incredible cake. Your niece has talent :) 

I want to thank you again for such a wonderful evening, dealing with all our extra admin and extra guest malarky's, Charley's late arrival and generally for the beautiful food and being such a good energy in the room. You are fantastic. 

Hope to see you again in HK in the future, and come to your yoga with or without Anna Clarke eventually! 
my sister lives in Hk, and amongst all the friends we're so lucky to have there, we shall be back again and again.

take care of you! 

Bex x

Ps some photos attached!

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SPOILT DINNER

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SPOILT DINNER

What a great event with the team from Spoilt, check out their website at http://www.spoilt.com.hk/en/ 

The team experienced the 'Ayurvedic Private Dining Experience', and thoroughly enjoyed it. Here are some images of the night... 

To book your experiences, visit them for a chance to experience exclusive private dining at the LTF HOME KITCHEN. 

 




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Private Dining LTF HOME KITCHEN STUDIO

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Private Dining LTF HOME KITCHEN STUDIO

Here are some images of private dining at LTF HOME KITCHEN STUDIO. We had a bunch of food preferences, Gluten Free, Vegan and Meat Eaters, so I came up with an exclusive menu to keep all my clients happy. Here are some snippets of the food... 

"Although I am vegetarian myself, I still cook meat for clients that want it. Everyone is flabbergasted by this notion, but for me, it is just a part of my job, and I can honesty say that feeding is what keeps me going. "

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Indian Fever Prep

We are prepping for the love true food special 'Indian fever' private dining. It is going to be an excellent experience for the participants as we have been cooking up a storm all day. 

 

We will start off with an amuse bouche, minced keema with guacamole and toasted sunflower seeds followed by a beautiful dhal soup and Kati kebabs. 

This is the set up of the kitchen. 

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 We are even serving special beer purchased by LTF. The beer brewery is called Moonszen by Laszlo and Michelle. Only hk$60/bottle. 

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Here are some of the "party in the mouth" canapés... We will top them with organic toasted sunflower seeds... 

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And keema... Yum 

 

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Stay tuned for more amazing menus... 

 

Lots of love and great food experiences ...

 

chef Lakshmi 

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A home-style private dining experience

One of the things I miss most about living in the US is having the space to entertain. My friends would come over, open a bottle of wine and sit around the kitchen table while I cooked. We could be ourselves and didn’t have to worry about reservations, crowded tables or bad service. Now every time a special occasion occurs or I want to plan an intimate gathering, I have to rack my brain to think about where to book. I’ve tried multiple private kitchens in Hong Kong, but some of them have an insane waiting list or aren't very flexible with special food requirements. At the end of the day, planning these get-togethers turns out to be more work than I bargained for.

Luckily, one of my friends introduced me to Love True Food’s private dining. It’s unlike any other private kitchen I’ve been to because the home kitchen studio consists of an island where 12 people can sit around the kitchen. So, not only do you get a delicious meal, but you get to be part of the cooking experience. During our four-course dinner, we got to watch Chef Lakshmi Harilela create a flavourful South Indian lentil stew and succulent cumin rubbed lamb chops. The fragrant aroma of the spices left us all salivating, and we couldn’t wait to dig in. I felt so at home because all the food was served in the middle of the table, so it was just like family-style dining. We were also able to bring our own wine at no extra cost and play our own music

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One of the things I liked most was how easy it was to plan the dinner. Love True Food offers a variety of menus featuring different cuisines from Tex-Mex to Moroccan. There are also menus for vegetarians, vegans and people who follow the macrobiotic diet. Since Lakshmi Harilela trained at New York’s Natural Gourmet Institute and is a certified Ayurvedic Nutritional Therapist, she’s equipped to deal with all types of dietary requirements. Another aspect that differentiates Love True food is that they only serve high quality ingredients, including grass-fed organic lamb and sustainable seafood.

So, if you’re looking for a place to celebrate a special occasion or just want to enjoy a home-cooked meal with your nearest and dearest, my stomach and I would highly recommend visiting lovetruefood.com to learn more about their private dining experience.

Is the juicing craze worth all the hype?

The juicing craze has hit Hong Kong with organic restaurants and juicing detox programmes sprouting up everywhere. So does this mean we should abandon our lattes and mochaccinos in favour for what many call a liquid salad? When I first heard about juicing, I was skeptical. I laughed it off because I thought I ate enough vegetables with my daily salad. The turning point for me was when my dad asked me a simple question, do you eat the amount of fruits and vegetables I just had in my juice? He was right. We can get more nutrients, minerals and enzymes in our body if it is converted into a liquid form. Moreover, by juicing, the nutrients are delivered directly to our cells, giving our digestive system a much-needed break. Because our digestive systems are not working in overdrive to break down juices, it frees up the body’s energy to do other important tasks. So, juicing not only rejuvenates our cells by helping our body absorb key nutrients, but it also gives us more energy.

So, did I turn you into a juicing convert yet? If I did, you can learn some practical tips about how to incorporate juicing into your daily life at Love True Food’s upcoming ‘Juice Me Up’ workshop on March 29th with Sandra Carvajal, a holistic health coach. During the workshop, Sandra will teach you the right way to juice for your body type and give you some juicing recipes to help you detox for spring.

According to Sandra, having a healthy lifestyle is all about balance: ‘I have never been a healthy food junkie, I have learned that the most important thing in life is balance; balance in what I eat, in the physical activities I do, in the way I deal with my emotions and in the way I manage my relationship with the entire world. I am a firm believer that keeping this balance is what helps me prevent illness, and Juicing is a big part of it. I’ve been juicing for a long time, and I recognize the preventive and healing power of juicing for a healthy lifestyle.’

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To learn more about the ‘Juice Me Up’ workshop, please visit our Facebook page or contact Lakshmi at 9504 0288.

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