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.
As we get lots of press releases, emails, WhatsApp etc etc every five minutes at our office, we thought why not round-up 10 of the things our office is looking forward to this September while certain restrictions are in place.
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.
Always wanted recipes from some of your favourite people in the Food and Beverage industry of Hong Kong? The latest publication 'Add Oil' gives you just that with a brand new collection of recipes created and donated by chefs and mixologists from over 30 of Hong Kong’s restaurants and bars.
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.
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.
Over 80 flavours from around the world are now on offer at JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong as part of their latest Eatcation package. You can enjoy everything from Iberico pork to Boston lobsters! JW Café and The Lounge, Man Ho Chinese Restaurant, Flint and the Fish Bar will be serving up this broad selection of dishes for you to choose from. The package is now available and will run until 30 September 2020.
Personally I have 2 staycations now under my belt this year this summer, maybe this will be number 3?!
Personally I love a good mooncake (I actualy learnt how to make them from scratch once) and I do believe that 2020 has been the year of the most amount of mooncake versions I have every seen!
I do not really like it when someone takes a mooncake and makes it savoury. It really should be sweet to me and from what I can see from the photos from Ralph’s Coffee their lava custard mooncakes do look very tasty indeed.
It must have been successful the first time as Three Buns Burgers & Cocktails has returned to Hong Kong yesterday (6th August 2020) for dine-in and takeaways at Potato Head Hong Kong. The menu includes its signature gourmet burgers, sides, as well as some tropical cocktails that customers can order.
With the current restrictions on dining the full Three Buns Burgers & Cocktails menu will be exclusively available to order for all-day delivery via JIA Everywhere HERE.