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Royal Banquet… what else but in Chocolate? @ Harbour City, Hong Kong

As I enter the exhibition gallery, the sweet aroma of dark chocolate permeates the air. What I see before me is the sumptious feast for a King, richly decorated and detailed, all made laboriously yet lovingly by hand.

The Royal Banquet of Versailles By
World renowned chocolate artist Master Chocolatier Sculptor WACS Global Master Chef Culinary Olympics Winner
Gerhard Petzl

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A Feast to the Eye: All made in Chocolates, inclduding the huge table probably weighting a ton!

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Plump juicy grapes

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Fruit Stand

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Place setting: Cutlery and napkin

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Tableware

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Marveling at the realism of the bananas!

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Table ornaments

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The entire table is made out of chocolate – note the careful detailing of the knots and rope

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Even the bread look real!

Flickering lights of the candles. Zoom in close – you can even see the wax dripping off the candles!

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Candles

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More intricate detailing of the cake stand and cover

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Center-piece of the table

Do check out Gerhard’s other works here

I look forward to the annual Chocolate Exhibition as part of the Chocolate Trail fest every year. Each year, the theme is different and the previous year was cultural heritage where heritage monuments were represented in chocolates by a different chocolatier..

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