There's no better time to reunite family and friends than Chinese New Year. In celebration of CNY, Jamie's Italian is hosting a full month of family-friendly events, just so your time with your loved ones can be as enjoyable as possible.
It hasn't felt like winter in Hong Kong for almost two months, has it? Now that the cold weather is finally hitting the city, as all parents go, you may be anxiously wondering where to take your youngsters for a cosy winter's break.
If you're stressed from life and are looking for a cosy getaway, Scarlett HK is your top choice. The cafe and wine bar is tucked away in Tsim Sha Tsui, open for dinner on weekdays and brunch on weekends.
It seems that the chills are finally hitting Hong Kong this month. If you're on the lookout for a warm treat, you're in luck. Chinese restaurant Mott 32 is introducing a winter's specials menu, exclusive from December till the end of January.
Have you ever wished you could merge your favorite stores into one? You know there’s this amazing restaurant right here, the most delectable treats of the country, right here. Not far away there’s a comfortable atrium, a safe haven with sofas and cushions, where you’d invite your best friends to have an afternoon chat. Then there’s that expensive, name brand fashion store, with all the clothes you’d like to discuss, all the way over there. There, suspended mid-vacuum in the next galaxy. Bummer.
If you’re heard of the popular, intensely delicious white Alba truffles, get ready for their aromatic sibling. From January 6 to March 31, Spasso, DiVino Patio, and DiVino restaurants will be offering black winter truffles, introducing customers to this delightful treat.
From left to right: Pixie Clips, Lattissima Touch, Maestria
If red packets are all you're giving out this Chinese New Year, you need to step up your game. Nespresso's giving a much better suggestion. Why not send a coffee machine to your friends and family to celebrate the year of the Rooster?
We've all been there. For many consumers, it's second nature to choose things labelled natural, organic, or preservatives-free. Instinctively we feel that natural products are safer, better. Better to put on our faces, better to put in our mouths.
The well know coffee and donut cafe from Indonesia has finally arrived in Hong Kong at G/F, 55 Hennessy Road, Hong Kong. The cafe already found in countries such as Singapore and Malaysia is now here! The cafe pairs premium soft and buttery donuts with Italian brewed coffee. One of their signatures donuts includes the Al Capone, a white chocolate ring donut encrusted with toasted almonds.
We can't wait to get our hands on a box! Donut pricing below:
Restaurant & Café Key Information
Address - Shop 1 & Shop 2 G/F, 55 Hennessy Road, Hong Kong
Tel - 852 6982 8282
Website - www.jcodonuts.com/hk