Warm up with some Mulled Wine and Comfort Foods!

The Hutong is proud to bring you a beloved winter tradition.  This November and December, have a glass of mulled wine on us!  Our Hutong chefs have crafted a wonderful blend of mulling spices to celebrate the change of the season.  As the winter chill sets in, our cozy kitchen is the perfect place to beat the cold and relax with good food and good friends.  Starting November 1st, we will serve a complimentary glass of mulled wine in each evening (19:00) and weekend cooking class with extra glasses available for 10rmb each.  We can’t think of a more perfect way to warm up in Beijing.

And this December, learn to cook a variety of Chinese winter treasures which will warm the body and bring comfort to the soul. Our winter comfort foods may not remind you of home – we are talking hot hearty lamb and date stews, braised chicken and chestnuts, steamy hong shao rous and steamed egg custards – but they are homestyle and homemade, and they will soothe your mind and fuel you with energy to fight the freezing cold. Our kitchen represents both the hearth and the heart of The Hutong, and we welcome you to warm up with us this winter by learning the staple dishes of China’s coldest winters in our cozy courtyard.

Our Winter Comfort Foods workshop is taught by both Chef Sue and Chef Sophia.

The pictures above and below are of Sue’s Lamb and Date Stew Recipe, to be featured in our upcoming Seasonal Cookbook.

Cost: 249 RMB, 199 for members + 1 RMB lolly bill (click here to find out more).

Click here to visit our calendar and to sign up for Winter Comfort Foods.

Click here for directions to The Hutong, and here for our Live Long and Prosperous Map.

Click here to find out how to become a member, and click here to find out about our Year of The Dragon 6 Course Cardand here for information on our MonthLong Card.

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