No one can resist the temptation of ice cream. Ekselence guilt-free low sugar and low-calorie ice cream collection provides you with a non-guilty alternative now. The Ekselence Guilt-Free Collection has only one-third of the calories and sugar of regular ice-cream, but the texture is still as fine and smooth as the other Ekselence flavours, allowing you to indulge yourself in the charm of the frozen dessert, without any negative feelings.
The newest Concept in the "Lee" family of restaurants, Miss Lee has opened on the Sheung Wan corner of Wellington Street. Presenting modern Chinese vegetarian cuisine, Miss Lee combines meticulous cooking techniques with everyday natural ingredients, to take guests on a healthy and wholesome culinary adventure. With a plant-based philosophy that places fresh vegetables at the forefront of every homemade dish, the menu embraces vegetarians, vegans and flexitarians alike. The beautifully plated dishes are inspired by flavours found in Chinese cooking, full of aroma and texture, to ensure that every diner are fully satisfied.
Guests will begin the dining journey with appetizer dishes, such as Smoky Quartz (HKD 72) and Flower Bouquet (HKD 68). For sharing, Miss Bijou is a good option, which included the vegan Amazing Maize (HKD 83). For richer option, dinner can taste Golden Flowers (HKD 98) consisting of cauliflower drizzled with salted egg yolk. Besides, Miss Mighty presents larger dishes also, highlights begin Fung Farm (HKD 128) and the vegan Lotus Leaf (HKD 138). For a whole complete experience is Miss Sweety, with three dessert offerings. They are Hawthorn Tree (HKD 70), and for more Asian-inspired flavours can sample the Yellow River (HKD68), a gluten-free and vegan combination of purple rice, coconut udon and mango puree.
For a more convenient option, they offer takeaway counter open daily as well to ensure healthy options. From 12 pm until 2:30 pm, guest can pick up the healthy salad or set lunch. And many of the dishes are available as a grab and go options too. Another highlight of Miss Lee, Miss menu offers a wide range of fresh juices, energising smoothies and refreshing drinks. Bravocado (HKD 78) is a combination of avocado, banana, mint and almond milk. And Miss Juicy (HKD 58) presents fruity combinations such as Can’t Beet, a zingy beetroot, apple, lemon and ginger juice. Miss Hottie features hot drinks, perfect for keeping warm in the colder months which include 24 Carrot Gold (HKD78) with carrot juice, apple juice, almond milk and pumpkin spice, and Blooming Romance (HKD58) with chamomile, Pu-erh Tea, and chrysanthemum syrup.
Inspired by French sommeliers Romain Loriot and Jean-Benoit Issele, ThinkWine has introduced a brand new experience of wine and food to Hong Kong. After 3 months of opening, they are now launching a fun wine-focused take on brunch, "ThinkBrunch" serving only on Sundays from noon till late.
On 14 & 15 December 2019, the most demanding gourmet celebration FEAST is coming back for all the family. A FEAST for Christmas will bring together many of Hong kong's top chefs, restaurants, bakers and gourmets at the AIA Vitality Park under the spectacular Hong Kong Observation Wheel.
Just like before, it features different signature dishes from each chef, FEAST promotes the concept of social dining. Setting up live cooking stations for serving different cuisine, shared tables, free flow drink and great DJ lineups. This big "Feast" must be a remarkable community celebration for all foodies out there in town for Christmas.
-8 renowned chefs cooking live
-1 specially crafted dish per chef
-Delicious veggie options available
-Great DJ lineup
-All for just HK$680 (children 3-11 -$380)
-Tickets are available at www.feasthk.com and www.ticketflap.com/afeastforchristmas
-Corporate bookings available for the ultimate office party!
AIA Vitality Park Under the Hong Kong Observation Wheel
14th(Sat) & 15th(Sun) November 2019 12:30 pm to 4:30pm
HK$680 (Adult) / HK$ 380 (Child aged between 3 –11 years)
List of Participanting Restaurants:
-NAM FONG CHINESE
-CHEF TIFF’S KITCHEN
After decorating your Christmas tree and wrapping gifts, feeling lazy about cleaning up the dishes after Christmas dinner at home? Dining out might be another good option for you to enjoy a Christmas dinner as well. Here are some picks for you.
1.Pret A Manger
From 6 November 2019 to 7 January 2020, Pret A Manger got a special Christmas tea set for everyone of us. Customers got to enjoy one sweet pastry and a coffee or tea for just HK$37. At the same time, a line up of Christmas specials with the authentic taste of Britain, including sandwich, dessert, pastry, hot wrap, hearty soup options to keep this town merry in the coming season. For every $1 you make from the Christmas menu will be donated to support Feeding Hong Kong. You can find donations boxes in every store. A couple of new stores are opening in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong East flagship shop is moving to a new and larger location at Devon House II in this month. Plus two brand new shops are opening up in AIA Hong Kong tower and Festival Walk.
Big news for all Don Don Donki fans out there! Besides the first store opened up at Mira Place 2 in Tsim Sha Tsui location three months ago, you have a new option to embrace yourself in the Japanese culture now. Coming up on 12th December 2019 at 10am, they are opening up a new location in the newly developed “OP mall” located above Tsuen Wan West Station. It will be the largest store with the famous perishables, Confectionery, Daily and Packaged food and other Japanese delicacies. And of course a large variety of health and beauty products with affordable price.
Red lobster, the most famous US seafood chain restaurant is coming to HONG KONG finally on 25 November, 2019 in Causeway Bay, located on the corner of Cleveland Street and Gloucester Road, close to Fashion Walk and right in the hub of Hong Kong’s busiest neighbourhood. They are bringing with their most traditional dish such as the Ultimate Feast (HK$338) -- a platter loaded with tender North American lobster tail, steamed wild-caught snow crab legs, signature hand-crafted garlic shrimp scampo and crispy fried shrimp, along with the signature cocktail sauce and hot drawn butter.
We have been a loyal customer of The Entertainer since its first launch as a book in Hong Kong. Now it is a lot easier with their app and every year it offers more and better deals around Hong Kong.
For a one time annual fee (which can get back in savings after just a couple of times you use the app) you have access to a wide variety of deals from ‘Buy 1 Get 1 Free’ offers now available at a great early bird price of just HKD288 (RRP HKD583).
Thanksgiving is approaching us in three weeks. Still looking for some turkey places in town to enjoy with your family and loved ones? Here are some guides for you.
1. Posto Pubblico
A traditional Thanksgiving dinner is returning to us this year in Italian American osteria. For HKD$439 per head plus 10% service charge, customers can experience a cultivated dinner of authentic dishes made with high quality and locally sourced ingredients in a relaxed atmosphere. The set includes a Homemade Burrata and a serving of Posto's signature comforting Veal Meatballs, tucking into a Garlic Butter Roasted Turkey served with locally-grown vegetable sides like Brussels Sprouts, Thanksgiving Stuffing, Roasted Baby Potatoes, Sambuca Glazed Carrots, and Purple Cabbage Agrodolce.
The meal also comes with any of Posto Pubblico’s cocktails or a two-hour free-flow package (HK$198+10%) including Wild Turkey Old Fashioneds, House Wines and Asahi Beer. Don't forget the desserts, you can get a Pumpkin Pie Square or Homemade Chocolate Chip Cookie as well.
When: November 28th-30th, 2019, 6pm-10:30pm
Address: 28 Elgin Street, Central
For more info: www.postopubblico.com/