It was a delightful afternoon and wcity.com has been invited to the media luncheon with Uber Eats.
It was held at Cheung Kung Koon. Uber Eats team greeted us with a cup of jasmine tea and introduced us to a Chinese Astrologer Master Poon (Kelvin Poon), presenting first-ever Uber Eats Feng Shui of Food.
So, what is Feng Shui of Food?
Feng Shui of Food reveals the fortune of all 12 Chinese Zodiacs in 2020, and Master Poon has made a collection on what type of food could boost your fortune in health, relationship, career and wealth in the coming year. Exclusively for Uber Eats user, you can now order your food based on your Chinese Zodiac signs with delicious meals brought straight up to your doorway with good luck.
For the media luncheon, Master Poon openly shares his experience in Feng Shui and explain what Feng Shui is really about. He said, “Feng Shui is not about superstitious but focuses on the energy around you, what would affect you and how the energy flows, so it enables Chinese Metaphysics knowledge to apply to daily life and tools of business decision-making.”
Below are the traditional Cantonese cuisine that has been served by Cheung Kung Koon, looks how delicious and fresh they are.
Whether you are a big foodie or not, sometimes you just want to stay cosy at home and being lazy all day without cooking anything. Food delivery would come up to your mind when you are starving in the middle of your binge-watching show. Here are some guides for the best food delivery websites in Hong Kong for you.
Nothing can beat the joy of juicy steak on your plate with the perfect cut and grill marks. Hong Kong is called a food paradise, especially for meat lovers, there are numerous restaurants offering exquisite steak. If you are craving a delectable steak, then Hong Kong can prove to be the perfect destination.
Their assorted Pudding Gift Set (HK$528) features traditional pudding, a delicacy traditionally enjoyed during the New Year holiday. Made from refined black sugar cane, our rice pudding is inspired by the modern philosophy of healthy eating. Also included in the set is a turnip pudding that combines premium dried shrimp, cured meat and Chinese sausage. (Turnip Pudding / Coconut Pudding HK$280 each)
Complement a perfect home celebration and spread the joy and good fortune to friends and business partners with Man Ho’s two signature gourmet puddings, the Chinese New Year pudding with gold leaf and mashed red dates (HK$288 net) and turnip cake with dried tiger prawns (HK$288 net), for sale from 13 January to 23 January 2020.
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Turnip Pudding with Yunnan Ham and Preserved Meat, Taro Pudding with Conpoy and Preserved Meat, and Brown Sugar Pudding, each handmade pudding (HK$288) will be packaged in a Reusable gift bag designed by Don Mak, a local illustrator and the founder of a homegrown Illustration studio, DONMAK & CO.
From January 6th to March 31, 2020, Spasso, DiVino, DiVino Patio and Carpaccio restaurants will feature a sumptuous selection of dishes that showcase the prized and prize-winning black winter truffles or 'Tartufo Nero' from Norcia in Umbria. You can eat black truffles in both raw and heated ways Its aromatic compounds are heat-sensitive, so it can integrate fully into the culinary preparation.
Michelin recommended Cantonese wine restaurant PIIN Wine Restaurant is launching their new lunch service by Chef Ming's acclaimed fare during the day. Starting at HK $178 and includes a chef's appetiser combination, seasonal double-boiled soup as well as a main dish of choice.
Mains include Sweet & Sour Pork with Red Ginger and steamed rice (HK$178) and Wagyu Beef Braised with Flat Rice Noodles (HK$218). Chef Ming's iconic signature deboned chicken wing is reimagined in the form of Signature Deboned Chicken with fragrant scallion sauce, served with silky-smooth Inaniwa Udon (HK$168) while vegetarians will love the comforting Mapo Tofu with Wild Mushrooms (HK$158)
Lunch is available on Monday to Friday from 12:00-14:30.
On the evening of January 22nd, 2020, Mono is hosting an exclusive eight hands chefs collaboration dinner. Executive Chef/ Co-Founder Ricardo Chaneton welcomes distinguished culinary talents Agustin Balbi (HAKU), Virgilio Martinez (Central Restaurante) and Pia Leon (Kjolle) for a one-night-only event showcasing multi-faceted cuisine by four chefs with shared South American roots. The 12-course menu (2 dishes + 1 canapé by each Chef) will be priced at HK$2,880 +10% per guest, with an optional wine pairing at an additional HK$880 + 10%+ a 3% carbon tax.
The first and only contemporary Japanese izakaya, Silencio featuring live jazz by Le Comptoir launches their whole brand new Jazzajaya Brunch on weekends and throughout the holidays. With Silencio's lively atmosphere, guest got to experience a champagne-fueled brunch of unlimited seafood, tempura and yakitori with a choice of main course and signature desserts.
Starting off HK $458 per guest, which included unlimited seasonal starters from the bar such as Daily Raw Seafood, Seasonal Sashimi and Maki, Yakitori & Grill, Seafood & Vegetable Tempura, and Farmer’s Market Autumn Salad Selection. Guest can also add on a Gold Champagne package priced at HK$658 with free-flowing Moet Imperial Brut NV, or go full Bonjee with unlimited pours of Dom Perignon 2009 for HK $1888. There is an additional champagne experience optional addition of Royal Cristal Caviar course starting from HK $360/30g served with homemade sake blinis.
Looking for some fun activity for the middle of the week? Fashion rocks at Happy Valley racecourse on 8th and 15th January 2020 might be one of your choices. Except for horse racing, there is a giant party happening also that brings out the best in Hong Kong. At the trackside, fans can receive a mini makeover and have photos taken at the Happy Wednesday fashion magazine photo booth for participation in a photo contest. With uploading photos to Instagram for a chance to win a fabulous racing experience in adrenaline for four!
From 1 to 31 January 2020, Parisian concept fashion brand Rue Madame and French patisserie Gontran Cherrier are happy to announce that to jointly present Galette des Rosie (King cake) and bringing slice a French tradition to Hong Kong. Founded in 2010, rue Madame is dedicated to bringing the true Parisian style of fashion to Hong Kong women. And adapting from the French tradition, Gontran Cherrier's talented pastry chef has created the classic Galette des Rois in original flavour. The 7-inch flaky and golden puffs filled with a cream made of sweet almonds, butter, eggs and sugar, with every bite deliciously crispy and creamy. A hidden ceramic trinket is placed inside the filling, the person who gets the piece of cake with the ceramic trinket will be named the “king” or “queen” for a day and will be given a crown which is a sign of good luck for the coming year.