This weekend, from October 18 to 20, a one-of-a-kind experience in coffee and beer culture takes place at Ocean Terminal Deck. Featuring over 30 local and overseas exhibitor booths, Harbour City is joining hands with H.K. Lovecraft, a local beer brewery; Roastwork, a local specialty coffee roastery; and ListCup, a coffee sharing platform for this remarkable event.
Next month (November) Feather & Bone is letting the public join a private sausage-making masterclass at Feather & Bone Mid-Level’s cutting room!
For those planning a nice BBQ this autumn at home or at one the great government public pits, this class lets you learn how to make your own sausages with Master Butcher Steve, Feather & Bone’s in-house expert.
Micasadeco & Café from Osaka opens their first flagship in Langham Place, Mong Kok!
To accurately depict the authenticity of Micasadeco & Café’s offerings, their team has especially invited their 4 new chefs who will be stationed in Hong Kong to their original branch in Osaka to learn how to make the authentic perfect pancake tower and other delicacies. With its signature renowned Ricotta Chineese Pancake that received the highest ranking of 3 stars at the Sarah Japan Menu Award last year, Micasadeco & Café also launch their pancake menu with over 7 flavor.
If you are a foodie but not a big fans to desserts, never mind. You can still get some savoury bites from the menu.
One of the hottest dining spots in London, the all-avo casual dining concept Avobar has opened its Hong Kong branch at K11 Musea this September. Featuring a series of Superfood-themed dishes, including the signature Avo Bun Burger and Ultimate Avo Toast, as well as desserts and cocktail.
Singapore's most famous premium chicken rice, the legendary Mandarin Chicken Rice is now available in Hong Kong! Chatterbox Café opened its doors on 6th September in Tsim Sha Tsui’s newest landmark, K11 MUSEA.
Hong Kong is one of the best places on earth to eat, with thousands of restaurants, stalls, and diners serving delicious specialties. Don’t miss these dishes in HK!
If you are planning a trip to Hong Kong, you should start making room in your stomach now! There are many delicious things to eat and drink in HK, and locals think that their city can boast the best food on earth.
The next time you travel to Hong Kong, make sure that you sample all of these delicious dishes – and be sure to save room for dessert!
An exclusive collaboration between Pyjama and Magnetic Asia, FEAST is a weekend pop-up-style food festival in Hong Kong. A brand new culinary concept! FEAST festival will feature several renowned chefs, Asher Goldstein from Francis (link:www.francis.com.hk), Tam Tung from Yat Tung Heen (link:www.yattungheen.com), and more. Each will bring a specialist signature dish at live cooking stations during the festival.
Negroni Week is an international charity initiative that will take place from 24th - 30th of June in bars and restaurants around the world, including Hong Kong. 2019 is also the 100-year anniversary of the Negroni, the week is all about celebrating this classic and historic Negroni cocktail. We summed up three restaurants offering special Negroni drinks during the week, for you to enjoy a dinner, and drink for a good cause!
Before it closed, The Excelsior was the place to go for your Portuguese Egg Tarts by Lord Stow's Bakery in Hong Kong. The very well known bakery from Macau is now celebrating its 30th anniversary and the Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong hotel is organising a special pop-up counter on its ground floor.
Looking for a complete seafood experience? Morton’s, the internationally renowned steakhouse, has launched its new Lobster Indulgence menu. Overlooking the harbour, the location of Morton’s the Steakhouse assures a promising experience of sensuosity and complementary visuals.