Within this section you can find out the latest news about Hong Kong's restaurant and bars. If you have an articles that you would like us to publish do get in touch.
If that really is your thing, another non-alcoholic alternative has arrived in Hong Kong.
From Australia, the Lyre's range offers a variety of alcohol-free spirits and liquors that you can now enjoy if you would like to have a nice drink, but without the alcohol content.
This month we were looking forward to the second 2020 Ginsanity event that launched in 2019. Last year saw a great turn out of gin lovers from all over Hong Kong, where the event showcased the best selection of gins, tonics and other related products available in this great city. Unfortunately it is not the best month for Ginsanity 2.0 to arrive, so the organiser will now schedule the event for the Summer.
This week Young Master has launched their new Wheat Beer - Fleeting Clouds!
Fleeting Clouds is a wheat Beer (ABV 4 & IBU 8). They say that it is smooth and refreshing. Brewed with flaked and malted wheat as the base, an infusion with Mandarin orange peel, scented with fresh ground coriander seeds and has a hazy gold hue.
I would say over the years there used to be a lot more traditional pubs in Hong Kong such as The Watering Hole to The Kangaroo Pub.
But fortunately there are still a quite a few remaining where there is a some nice wood interior, great draft beers, tasty pub food and some interesting customers.
Surprisingly there is actually quite a few websites that do drink delivery in Hong Kong and the selection is pretty impressive too. In Hong Kong we do really have a great selection of local and international beverages to choose from.
With the rise of food delivery companies, apps and even restaurant groups getting behind home delivery, we decided to list the site that you can get your favourite beverages.
There is nothing better than having a nice long Sunday roast. In Hong Kong most of us do not have a large kitchen so it could take a long time to prepare all the trimmings, so why not go out and enjoy a Sunday roast with friends at one of the great options that Hong Kong has to offer.
Nothing can beat the joy of juicy steak on your plate with the perfect cut and grill marks. Hong Kong is called a food paradise, especially for meat lovers, there are numerous restaurants offering exquisite steak. If you are craving a delectable steak, then Hong Kong can prove to be the perfect destination.
From January 6th to March 31, 2020, Spasso, DiVino, DiVino Patio and Carpaccio restaurants will feature a sumptuous selection of dishes that showcase the prized and prize-winning black winter truffles or 'Tartufo Nero' from Norcia in Umbria. You can eat black truffles in both raw and heated ways Its aromatic compounds are heat-sensitive, so it can integrate fully into the culinary preparation.
On the evening of January 22nd, 2020, Mono is hosting an exclusive eight hands chefs collaboration dinner. Executive Chef/ Co-Founder Ricardo Chaneton welcomes distinguished culinary talents Agustin Balbi (HAKU), Virgilio Martinez (Central Restaurante) and Pia Leon (Kjolle) for a one-night-only event showcasing multi-faceted cuisine by four chefs with shared South American roots. The 12-course menu (2 dishes + 1 canapé by each Chef) will be priced at HK$2,880 +10% per guest, with an optional wine pairing at an additional HK$880 + 10%+ a 3% carbon tax.
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Have you ever had a brunch next to a Jazz band performance? here is your chance. The first and only contemporary Japanese izakaya, Silencio featuring live jazz by Le Comptoir launches their whole brand new Jazzakaya Brunch on weekends and throughout the holidays. With Silencio's lively atmosphere, guest got to experience a champagne-fueled brunch of unlimited seafood, tempura and yakitori with a choice of main course and signature desserts.