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From September 10th to 27th October 2019, What Da Duck will be pop up at PMQ Taste Kitchen.
Make sure you get over to this new concept in Hong Kong serving aromatic crispy duck paired with pancakes as well as a number of fun and exciting snacks. You can choose from a quarter, half or a whole duck with a selection of pancakes and a range of tasty sauces. We should know, we have already tried their food twice and plan to go back again before the end of October.
A whole new on-going concept in weekend dining called FEAST is launch !
8 renowned chefs chosen from restaurants, hotels, catering companies, bakers or just individuals with a real passion for food, each will create a specialist signature dish at live cooking stations.
Shared tables, inspiring decoration and table settings, free-flow drinks with live music, FEAST will be a culinary celebration up-close and personal with talented chefs while enjoying wine & drinks and meeting fellow FEASTers.
I think we usually look to have a nice curry a few times a month and this week is no different with us visiting a new Indian restaurant in Hong Kong tomorrow.
We love a great pizza and with the different toppings and bases. Restaurants around Hong Kong are creating their own unique and tasty versions for us all to try, from vegetarian to seafood options.
The Diageo bartending competition returns to celebrate its 11th edition this year taking place for the first time at Hysan Place.
People in Hong Kong will have the chance to participate and vote for their favourite bartender that will end up competing for Hong Kong the world final in Scotland this September.
So, Hong Kong has a new energy drink coming to the market with Coca-Cola taste called Coca-Cola ENERGY. The taurine-free Coca-Cola ENERGY energy drink contains Guarana extract and Vitamin B3 & B6 and has two versions - sugar and no sugar.
Gin is becoming very popular in Hong Kong with even some Gin dedicated festivals happening in 2019. But before the festivals arrived there was already a number of great gin bars in the city to choose from.
The beer which is over 50 years old now has a new bottle and glass for all to enjoy a nice cold one. The beer is tasty as ever, the difference is the presentation with a nice new slicker bottle and glass.
This new design is the first since 2005 and also includes a touch up on their logo too.
Come down and enjoy Hong Kong’s first outdoor gin festival!
Located in a prime location PMQ (35, Aberdeen Street), Ginsanity takes place on Saturday 8 June running from 2pm - 10pm . It’s a free to enter event which means you can come down after brunch, before dinner or relax and enjoy gins all day!
It is embarrassing to say, but we still have not made it down to Mr Brown yet, even though we know just about everything about it since its opening in March.
So now they have launched their brunch priced at only HK$350 per person from 12pm – 3pm every Saturday and Sunday, with eight new dishes to for the brunch in Wan Chai.