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Welcoming the Spring season in with our Supperclub series!

Featuring chef Jamie Pea, whose menu is inspired by this Supperclub's scene hosted at the new Museum of O {MoO} in Jing'an.

There will be two seatings one on March 15th and another on March 16th.

Interested in grabbing a seat for you and a guest?


Submityour answer to our question and your preferred date (15 or 16th) to enter for seat selection.**

Who is your favorite artist?


Selected diners will be sent a special invitation upon confirmation.

**Note: Submitting an answer to the question does not guarantee a seat at Supperclub.



Who is your favorite artist? 你最喜欢的艺术家是谁?

Waitlist now open

Answer the question here, for Supperclub seat selection. 

Each selected diner can bring +1 guest.

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More about {MoO}

{MoO} stands for Museum of O, an experience-first exhibition fuelled by the power of imagination. {MoO} invites the visitors to be the actors on a journey through installations that will ignite their five senses and trigger their inner creativity. Museum of O commissioned 6 Chinese and International artists to create new immersive art pieces, interpreting traditional Chinese culture and colors through their own artistic lenses. From a Chengdu-born Paris-based Graffiti artist, to a Californian light and space artist; from a Nanjing painter to a French Pastry chef; all artists involved were attributed a color to interpret. The exhibition has carefully selected 9 significant colours to present Chinese culture, like blue [天青色] in Ruyao [汝窑] porcelain, gold [鎏金] in architecture, pink [妃色] in lotus. 9 colours for 9 immersive moods where we invite the visitors to experience beauty, modernity, and self-expression.

Taking down the boundary between art and audience, MoO is a universe of possibilities.

Meet Chef Jamie

Jamie Pea has just joined Egg as Executive Chef and co-Creative Director from Beijing, via London, the U.S. and Hong Kong. An experienced cook, food stylist and writer, she's worked at restaurants and organized supperclubs, consulted on menus, and styled photos for various magazines.

She got her start at the Peninsula Hotel Hong Kong's patisserie section. Other formative roles include those at Nick's Fine Foods, a creative caterer in London's Sloane Square; and Bo London, sister restaurant to Bo Innovation and Bo Shanghai. 

Having once worked in the art world before entering the culinary one full-time, she is especially thrilled to be translating visual and emotional symbols into an edible format, in a relaxed yet delightful cooking style.

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