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Richmond, BC | Richmond restaurant, café and art gallery Origo Club will celebrate Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day in its signature inimitable style by offering a series of special Afternoon Tea services and Valentine’s Day dinner features this February.
To mark the occasion of Chinese New Year, Origo Club will extend its popular weekend Afternoon Tea service to Tuesday, February 5 through Saturday, February 9 from 1:30 to 4 p.m. and on Sunday, February 10 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. During those times, guests can pair a selection of gourmet small bites, pastries and sandwiches with a choice of coffee or tea for $45 each, with the option to add a glass of Barons de Rothschild Champagne for an additional $35 per person.
Origo Club’s exclusive Chinese New Year Afternoon Tea services offer an array of savoury delicacies such as canard et poire pochée au thym (seared duck breast, thyme poached pear) and scone au cheddar et à la ciboulette (cheddar and chive scone, butter, smoked salt, fresh cream) in addition to sweet selections like matcha mochi (glutinous rice ball, matcha whipped ganache) and biscuit chinois au sésame (white sesame fortune cookie) that pay homage to the traditional annual celebration.
On Thursday, February 14, Origo Club Head Chef David Pan will add a few Valentine’s Day specials to the dinner menu, including an entrée of tenderloin pepper steak with parsnips and fennel for $55 and a dessert course of white peach, meringue and blood orange sorbet for $16. Each table will also receive a special take-home box of milk chocolate-passionfruit truffles hand made by Pastry Chef Remi Ho.
RESERVATIONS | Reservations for Origo Club’s Chinese New Year Afternoon Tea and Valentine’s Day dinner services can be made by calling the restaurant at 604-285-8889. For more information and to stay up to date on the latest developments, visit origoclub.ca, become a fan of /OrigoClub on Facebook or follow @origoclub on Instagram.
ABOUT ORIGO CLUB | Located in Richmond and anchoring itself at the crossroads of art, cuisine and café culture, Origo Club offers guests a refined-yet-relaxed atmosphere and an interactive culinary and cultural experience unlike any other. The first North American offshoot of a high-profile private club that debuted in Beijing in 2014, Origo Club showcases a gallery of contemporary Asian artwork, a stylishly chic restaurant featuring French-inspired food and wine and a state-of-the-art coffee counter and tea bar. Embracing a single-source philosophy regarding its ingredients, products and exhibits, Origo Club aims to underscore its unique nature by celebrating heritage, transcending boundaries and satiating the senses.