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Family-inspired Summer Menu @ Maison ES

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Andre Cheung


Cooling off the summer with a refreshing home-cooking inspired menu launched at Maison Es, a beautiful modern European restaurant at Wan Chai Star Street.
Started by having a basket of light and puffy brioche with smooth French butter.


Brioche with French Butter

An appetizer comes next, a Japanese-inspired dish creatively made with Hokkaido scallop sashimi in three ways. With uni, nori, puffed sushi rice; it is served with a lovely cucumber and pickled ginger jelly sauce.


Hokkaido Scallop Sashimi
Accompanied by uni, nori, puffed sushi rice, cucumber and pickled ginger


Hokkaido Scallop Sashimi
Accompanied by uni, nori, puffed sushi rice, cucumber and pickled ginger

Next is a 48-month Spanish bellota ham with compressed melon, chewy tapioca and crunchy pork rinds; and a stunning slow-cooked Japanese abalone serving over a bed of chopped cherry tomato, fregola, plus a final touch of liver sauce blended with mirin and soy sauce on the side.


48 Months Bellota Ham
Served with compressed melon, chicharon, tapioca and cantaloupe bouillon


Japanese Black Abalone
Slow cooked in konbu then grilled, served with cherry tomatoes, rocket leaves, fregola and liver sauce

Some favourites are an Asian-inspired pasta dish made with flavourful Chinese xo sauce, spring onion and crispy conpoy, the linguine is cooked al dente; Japanese A3 wagyu sirloin, bite-sized serving, incredibly melt-in-the-mouth, with a great sear and served aside a sweet kabayaki sauce with runny onsen egg. So impressive!


Sautéed Geoduck
Tossed with linguine, xo sauce, spring onion and crispy conpoy


Grilled Wagyu A3 Sirloin
Served with yaki onigiri, mizuna, garlic chips, wasabi, onsen egg and kabayaki sauce


Grilled Wagyu A3 Sirloin
Onsen egg, kabayaki sauce

Finally, Maison Es has created some new desserts including a a lemon curd with honey ice cream, earl grey sabayon and pistachio oatmeal bar; and a thick, rich and nutty black sesame mousse with homemade evaporated milk ice cream and fried glutinous rice balls that resembled CNY tang yuan!


Honey Lemon Tea
Lemon Curd served with Acacia Honey Ice Cream, Lemon Jam, Salted Lemon, Earl Grey Sabayon and Pistachio Oatmeal Bar


Black Sesame Tang Yuan
Black Sesame Pudding served with Crispy Glutinous Rice Ball, Hokkaido Red Bean Paste and Evaporated Milk Ice Cream

Maison ES
Address: G/F, 1A Star Street (entrance at Electric Street), Wan Chai
Telephone: 2521 8011
Opening Hours: Mon-Sat 12:00-14:30 ; 17:00-22:30
Website: http://www.maison-es.com


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