There’s only one Italian restaurant outside of Italy that has been awarded three Michelin stars by the prestigious guide.
And that restaurant, Otto e Mezzo Bombana in Hong Kong, was conceived by Italian chef Umberto Bombana.
Umberto now has a casual Italian eatery in Hong Kong called CIAK in the Kitchen.
The onomatopoeic ciak (pronounced chahk) is the sound of a clapboard used when a film director yells out “action!” or “cut!”
It’s another one of Bombana’s allusions to cinema (Otto e Mezzo is named after the classic 1963 Fellini movie).
We are thrilled to share the news that, starting this week, Umberto’s team at Ciak will be pouring Barone Pizzini rosé by the glass.
Check Ciak it out!
Image via Ciak – In The Kitchen’s Facebook.