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As much as I love the varied flavours of any Asian cuisine in Hong Kong, occasionally I'd still feel an insatiable hunger for a meaty supersized burger. Fortunately, with America’s Fourth of July Independence Day just around the corner, the Deliveroo team has revealed their top 5 picks for authentic American comfort food to satisfy festival cravings of citizens living abroad , or just any food-lover's appetite for an American feast filled with beef.
Craft beer seems like an unstoppable trend worldwide and it’s probably the best time for beer lovers now since there are so many styles and brands to choose from. Somehow, we’re a bit slow to catch up the trend in local scene and that’s why we’re excited to acknowledge that Carlsberg Hong Kong has collaborated with renowned New York beer brewers, Brooklyn Brewery to create HK Yau (“Yau” is similar meaning of “fellow” in Cantonese) which is also exclusive to Hong Kong.
Harbour Plaza Metropolis has prepared a series of exciting offers for July 1st. At the Promenade Restaurant, enjoy more than 200 international dishes during the International Lunch Buffet (HK $398/adult HK $308/child), as well as an unlimited supply of chilled juice and soft drinks. For an extra $88 per person, an unlimited supply of sparkling wine and house wine is also on offer.
Another excuse to have a real good old-fashioned burger and apple pie (or no reason needed) - to celebrate the Fourth of July, nostalgic American diner Burger Circus is offering quintessential apple pie by the slice and in a playful milkshake in the restaurant or whole pies for takeaway to impress at holiday picnics and barbecues.
We can never get enough of the summer cocktails. The Envoy brings you a range of new cocktails inspired by the classic literature piece, The Jungle Book. Stranger Fruit (HK$118), made with coriander redistilled Beefeater gin, passion fruit purée, simple syrup, egg white, Angostura aromatic bitters, and seven spice powder. Does It Burn (HK$148) sparks interest with Michter’s bourbon, mezcal, Aperol, Earl Grey & red apple syrup, Dr. Adam Elmegirab’s Teapot bitters and bourbon barrel smoke. Garnished with cinnamon and an artistic slice of wood, this cocktail is as beautiful as it is delicious.
World Gin Day is fast approaching! This 10th June, pick from this selection of 5 gin cocktail offerings across Hong Kong to celebrate and freshen up in the heat!
Morton's of Chicago brings to the table a refreshing cocktail infused with lemongrass and a hint of pink grapefruit, the Pink and Tonic (HK $140). Also available is The Last Word (HK $140), a blend of different spirits, a liqueur distilled with 130 herbs, plants and flowers, and liquer made from sour Marasca cherries.
ON Dining Kitchen & Lounge presents the Mancino Rickey (HK $120), distinctive Japanese flavors such as Yuzu and fresh shiso leaves pair wonderfully with Big Gin and fresh lime, among other ingredients, for a truly invigorating drink. If you'd prefer a classic, their Gin and Tonic (HK $140) made using the highest quality gins and tonic water might be more to taste.
UPPER Modern Bistro offers the Yuzu Gimlet (HK $118), which features a mix of Spanish gin and Japanese yuzu.
Morton's of Chicago The Steakhouse
Address: 4/F., The Sheraton Hotels & Tower, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Opening Hours: Daily (5pm - 10pm)
Phone: (852) 2732 2343
ON Dining Kitchen & Lounge
Address: 29/F, 18 On Lan Street, Central
Opening Hours: Monday -Thursday (12 - 2:30pm 6pm - 10:30pm) Friday-Saturday (12 - 2:30pm 6pm - 11pm)
Phone: (852) 2174 8100
Upper Modern Bistro
Address: 4-6 Upper Station Street, Sheung Wan
Opening Hours: Monday-Thursday (12 - 10:30pm) Friday (12 - 11pm) Saturday-Sunday (11am - 11pm)
Phone: (852) 2517 0977
Article by Meaghan T'ao
Pork Knuckle ($288)
This summer, escape the everyday and experience something truly extraordinary. The Ritz-Carlton, Macau is curating a season of rare and prestigious dining and lifestyle opportunities that are perfect for friends and family to share. From Michelin-starred cuisine, to fresh and exotic cocktails, to rejuvenating spa treatments for guests of all ages – The Ritz-Carlton, Macau is summer’s top destination to indulge with loved ones and make memories to last a lifetime.
Stone Nullah Tavern in Wanchai offers three new special promotions for all your late-night needs. Game Night Thursdays features weekly selections of local or US brewery craft beers (HK $50)as well as snacks, for a night of fun with family and friends playing board games and cards.
If you're looking for a place to unwind in the Tsuen Wan area, the Sports Bar may be the destination for you. Located on the third floor of the Panda Hotel, the bar's easy ambience provides for a great place to chill out with friends while viewing the live broadcasts of major sports events. In addition to the wide selection of drinks on the menu, delectable snacks such as Buffalo Chicken Wings and Fried Brie Bites are also available.
In celebration of its grand reopening, the luxurious whisky bar AQUA on Pennington brings us "The Good Old Days", a collection of four Chinese Dried Fruit cocktails. This includes Pearl of the Orient, a gorgeous golden-toned drink that features liquorice lemon flavours; The Old Spice, a cocktail laced with flavours of brown sugar ginger; Golden Lion, with salted kumquat flavours; and a fiery-coloured Dragon Dance that brings to mind hints of dried plum. All four drinks are priced at HK $108 per glass.