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Crab buffet at JW Café of JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong returns

After recently enjoying steamed crabs this month, I now seem to have a craving for more and it just so happens that the crabalicious feast at JW Café of JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong is back from 1 October and 30 October 2020.

Ocean Park offers Unlimited Entry Pass for their reopening

Ocean Park has now been temporary closed for two months and is planning its reopening soon.

For Hong Kong residents they will be launching a pretty attractive Unlimited Entry Pass offer at HK$498 and a 35% off discount on admission tickets at just HK$320.

LUSH joins Digital Detox Day with IRL Bath Bomb

LUSH Hong Kong will be selling a limited edition bath bomb called IRL Bath Bomb (HK$85) and you can get your hands on it from 21st September as part of LUSH'S involvement in Digital Detox Day.

Hello Kitty and My Melody Mooncakes by Kee Wah Bakery

There will always be someone that loves mooncakes as well as Hello Kitty, so Kee Wah Bakery has put them together this year and as you can see above they do look pretty cool.

There are two options, you can either buy a gift box or purchase the individual mooncakes.

Love donuts? Savoury and Sweet? ello Donut opens Pop Up Store at K11 Art Mall

 

ello, a new donut eatery, has launched today at K11 Art Mall and will be there for the next 3 months (24 August to 15 November 2020). So what is the difference then? Well the hand-crafted donuts come with a wide variety of styles and filings, so there truely should be something for everyones taste.

Mid-Autumn Festival themed hard candy debut by Spun Candy!

Spun Candy have launched a festive candy mix for their Hong Kong shop that features 5 key elements of the festival: FULL MOON, JADE RABBIT, LANTERN, MOONCAKE and CHINESE TEA POT.

For pricing they are as follows:

Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival 2020 goes virtual

 

The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) today announced that this years “Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival” will take on a virtual format this year due to the current virus situation. Local residents and merchants can continue can still be involved but of course not in the Central Hoarbourfront location, it will now be online.

Your chance to cook your own Impossible Burger at home!

 

Impossible Foods lets customers purchase their inventory of Impossible Burger directly from Hong Kong’s restaurants!

Now those in the city will have the opportunity to cook Impossible’s award-winning plant-based meat at their home with their favourite recipes. This initiative is to give Hong Kong restaurants an opportunity to gain additional business, while time are currently tough. This has already already been launched in the US and Singapore and has now arrived in Hong Kong.

I have tried the burger and their products a few times and they are very tasty and worth a try for anyone that is looking for something that is tasty alternative to meat.