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Hong Kong Food News & Reviews

Cheese Club, for lovers of cheese in Hong Kong has launched

I love cheese, so much that I even organised a cheese event for the public to attend.Finally there is now a Cheese Club in Hong Kong.

Once a month the Cheese Club organizes a collective order of premium cheese from farms in Europe at what they state is at a better price if you were to buy it in other outlets in Hong Kong.

80s themed all-you-can-eat dim sum menu at Duddell’s

Duddell’s has launched a new all-you-can-eat dim sum menu with an 80s theme!

Only HK$268+10%, each guest is entitled to an unlimited selection of 30 varieties of dim sum, street snacks and desserts.

Also you have the option of adding on a free-flow drinks package for HK$148 per person. This includes two hours of unlimited house wines, selected spirits, soft drinks and house beer.

Cookie DPT launches their pop up location at The Upper House

After the great success of their cookies at their pop up at The Landmark, Cookie DPT has now relocated their pop up to The Upper House.

Expect a selection of their very popular cookies (we know how good they are as we have tried them). In addition to these tasty items they will also be offering coffee and other refreshments. Also more exciting exclusive flavour launches and collaborations!

The Southside Pizza Co. launches on Deliveroo

 

The Southside Pizza Co. launches offering New York-style pizzas, lasagne and more as well as providing employment for those that have been effected with the current situation in the Hong Kong hospitality industry.

Six sourdough pizzas are available for delivery to the Southside including the one that caught our attention the most, the Butter Chicken (HK$135). Other dishes on the menu include Lasagne and Spaghetti with Meatballs (both at HK$135).

Sunday roast delivered to your home by Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

 

The Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong hotel is now offering new signature roast menu for home delivery any day of the week. This sounds pretty great to enjoy the Mandarin roast at home if you cannot go out, just look at the picture! It really is incredible the demand and changes now to home delivery that have spread throughout the restaurant and hotel industry in Hong Kong.

Virtual pizza making party by Motorino

   

Motorino will be hosting their first virtual Pizza Making Party on Saturday 11 April. Firstly you would order a Motorino pizza making kit (from HK$208 per kit), which will include: Dough, toppings and a live stream masterclass that you can watch and cook your pizza at home. Of course you need to have an ok oven, tray and some oil for this to work. I guess if you have an oven the size of mine you may need to make your pizza a little bit smaller for it to fit. The size of this pizza will be 12-inches.

Easter Holiday Room Package at The Upper House

  

The Upper House is looking ahead to Easter which is not that far away and have launched their latest holiday package.

A staycation at the hotel including food and drinks benefits from their restaurant, Café Gray Deluxe. If you break it all down it does look pretty attractive for what you would usually have to pay to stay at the hotel. For the kids there is also an egg hunt and egg-and-spoon race on The Lawn on the Easter Saturday and Sunday (11th and 13th April 2020).

Jimmy's Kitchen, Central to relocate after April 2020

 

Jimmy’s Kitchen is moving to a brand new location and the last day at our original location is April 13th 2020.

From now until then they will be serving a menu of their classic dishes and in their new location hope to serve Hong Kong for another 92 years.