May Chow and her mom (known fondly as May Ma) cooked up a storm together for the public for the first time ever, creating an intimate dinner menu consisting of delectable Shanghainese dishes, influenced by traditions from their ancestral home in Ningbo and the Chow's family's own twists.

Half of the dishes were classical home banquet-style Shanghainese/Ningbo dishes created by May Ma, and the other half Happy Paradise-style dishes with a creative wine pairing by Ambrose Chiang of Project Ambrose. A unique experience tying together tradition and the evolution of the cuisine.

This event was curated in celebration of May's being selected as one of Tatler's "Asia's Most Influential Tastemakers 2021" and took place in the Tatler Dining Kitchen.