Cordis, Hong Kong’s modern European restaurant and bar Alibi – Wine Dine Be Social introduces the “Treasures from the Blue” afternoon tea with an assortment of refined delights beautifully featured in a treasure chest. An array of special promotions is also presented including Happy Hours “Two-for-One” Special, Dinner Special Offer and the Perrier-Jouët Flute Jamming Workshops.
“Two-for-One” Happy Hours Special
The “Two-for-One” Happy Hours special offers a wide selection of cocktails, wines, beers, coffees and teas from beverage menu available now every day from 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Guests are welcome to unwind with friends over different kinds of drinks amidst the hustle and bustle Mong Kok.
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Dinner Special Offer
From now on, guests ordering set dinner can enjoy a complimentary bespoke mocktail crafted by Alibi’s talented mixologist team. The set dinner menu offers a series of signature prepared by Chef de cuisine James Oakley including the choices of Saikyo miso marinated black cod and OBE Wild Hereford organic beef tenderloin.
Dinner set menu is priced at HK$358 for three courses and HK$388 for four courses per person available every day from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm.
“Treasures from the Blue” Afternoon Tea
Chef James has designed the ocean-inspired afternoon tea set with the use of sustainably-sourced seafood. Embark on a voyage of discovery with savoury items including, Pulled Pork, chorizo and anchovy mayo with crispy lavash, Miso marinated black cod with avocado purée and squid ink tapioca “Coral”, Comté cheese and serrano ham toasties, Atlantic salmon tartare with bergamot, sesame and crispy seaweed, and Paella croquette with smoked mussel aioli.
Crafted by Pastry Chef Roy Ma, the sweet jewels include a Sea salt caramel “gold bar”, “Jade” Green tea tiramisu, “Pearl” White chocolate and white peach mousse, “Ruby” Strawberry and hibiscus bavarois, “Gold coin” Chocolate-espresso crémeux sandwich and Scones with Seville orange marmalade.
Alibi’s award-winning mixologist, Leo Cheung, has also crafted a refreshing “Golden Pineapple” cocktail to pair with the afternoon tea.
Available from 1 April 2020, daily from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm, the afternoon tea is priced at HK$488 for two persons. Guests can upgrade the cocktail to two glasses of Perrier-Jouët Champagne for HK$498.
Perrier-Jouët Flute Jamming Workshop
Joining hands with the luxury champagne brand, Perrier-Jouët, Alibi presents the Flute Jamming Workshop, where art and design influencers will be teaching guests in person how to create their unique designs on Perrier-Jouët Champagne flutes. Guests can also enjoy the “Treasures from the Blue” afternoon tea and a glass of Perrier-Jouët Champagne after the workshop.
Available on 25 April 2020, from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm, the flute jamming workshop is priced at HK$350 per person and each workshop is designed for 20 persons. Reservation must be made at least 5 days in advance.
Guests who order the first 50 sets of “Treasures from the Blue” afternoon tea in April, will also receive two Perrier-Jouët Champagne flutes and enjoy a painting experience at the restaurant.
Reservations may be made at +852 3552 3028 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Alibi’s opening hours are from 10:00am to 1:00am from Monday to Thursday and 10:00am to 2:00am from Friday to Sunday and on public holiday eves.
All prices are in Hong Kong dollars and subject to a 10% service charge.
The Mainstay Sichuan Restaurant Showcases the Best of South Africa’s Vineyards Alongside Premium Abalone
Hong Kong’s preferred Sichuan eatery has launched a new pairing which showcases the best of South Africa.
Guests can order a limited edition dish, premium South African Abalone with Black Truffle(HK$168), from 1 to 30 April 2020. The coveted shellfish is exclusively sourced from Walker Bay where the pure sea water provides the ideal conditions for plump and flavourful abalone.
Chilli Fagara has also acquired two exceptional South African wines to mark the occasion. The Fairview Chenin Blanc Coastal (2019) (HK$88/glass) is a crisp and refreshing pour, a perfect partner for the delicate abalone dish, while the Fairview Pinotage Paarl Primo Limited Edition (2017) (HK$288/bottle) pairs well with the earthy and aromatic notes that characterise black truffles.
Address: 7 Old Bailey St, Central, Hong Kong
Hours: Monday – Sunday 11:30AM–3PM & 5–11:30PM
“ALL ABOUT DURIAN” AFTERNOON TEA
Acclaimed Pastry Chef Danny Ho Tempts Tastebuds with a Sublime Afternoon Tea
Experience Centred Around Southeast Asia’s “King of Fruits”
Hotel ICON’s bustling brasserie GREEN embraces extraordinary seasonal dining and exotic Asian flavours with its “All About Durian” Afternoon Tea, available from 1 April to 31 May 2020.
Bright and beautiful springtime dining is just around the corner at spacious, sunlit GREEN. Home to the city’s largest vertical garden, this is the ideal locale for award-winning Pastry Chef Danny Ho — who has earned the moniker “Durian Prince” and over 120,000 followers on WeChat for his divine durian desserts — to present a sumptuous afternoon tea experience dedicated to this fleshy, richly-flavoured fruit.
The “All About Durian” Afternoon Tea begins with a choice of homemade lemonade, freshly brewed illy Coffee, or fine TWG Tea and a platter of Hotel ICON’s signature Freshly Baked Scones served with Clotted Cream and Jam. Sizzling Southeast Asian savouries follow including highlights like Malaysian Chicken Satay with Spicy Peanut Sauce, Singaporean Char-grilled Dry Beef, Filipino Lumpia with Minced Pork, and Classic Hong Kong-style Sesame Shrimp Toast. Next, durian takes the spotlight with specialities like Mao Shan Wang Durian Pudding showcasing the unusual combination of both bitter and sweet flesh, andD24 Durian, Matcha & Lychee Roulade featuring layers of creamy, sweet flavour. The D101 Durian choux with popcorn is a mouthwatering treat that capitalises on the fruit’s mildly sweet, buttery notes, while Chef Danny’s cult-favourite Durian Kampung Cheesecake promises a perfect sweet finale to the afternoon.
With health and wellness top of mind, the city’s durian devotees will be pleasantly surprised to learn that durian is filled with rich nutrients and detoxifying anti-oxidants like vitamins C and B6, folic acid, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, potassium, iron and magnesium. An immune boosting superfood, durian helps lower blood pressure, strengthen bones, reduce inflammation and lessen symptoms of anxiety, depression, and stress. Plus, all durians served at Hotel ICON are sourced and seasonally harvested from specially selected farms in Malaysia.
Sunshine, sizzling Southeast Asian flavours and impeccably prepared seasonal pastries and desserts await at GREEN.
Book direct to enjoy 25% off all meal periods (excluding alcoholic beverages) with promo code “ICONDEALS” from now until 30 April 2020. Terms and conditions apply. For details, please visithttps://dining.hotel-icon.com/en/reservation/?rid=108&pcode=ICONDEALS.
“All About Durian” Afternoon Tea at GREEN
|Period:||1 April – 31 May 2020|
|Time:||First Seating: 3:00pm – 5:00pm
Second Seating: 5:00pm – 7:00pm
HK$328* per person | HK$598* for two persons
|*All prices are subject to a 10% service charge
GREEN, G/F, Hotel ICON, 17 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong
(852) 3400 1300 or email@example.com
Limitless Plates of Italian Salumi, Cheese and More
Recently opened Sai Ying Pun hotspot LucAle, will open for brunch for four days only over the Easter long weekend.
The neighbourhood eatery will serve up an all-Italian Easter Brunch (HK$380) featuring limitless plates of Salumi as well as creamy Burrata and fresh Mozzarella, plus nourishing vegetable sides. Guests can keep their glasses topped up for two hours with house red, white and sparkling Italian wine throughout the brunch at no extra cost. A classic dessert of either Tiramisu or Sorrento Lemon Cream Mousse with Wild Berries and Chocolate promises to end the afternoon on a sweet note.
Those with room for more are invited to supplement their Italian Easter Brunch with a comforting limited edition pasta dish like Pappardelle with White Bolognese Ragu (HK$128) or seasonal Spaghetti Chitarrino with Clams, Bottarga and Zucchini (HK$128). Meatier options like Spring Lamb Chop (HK$178), Classic Luganega Sausage with Yellow Polenta ($128) is also available.
For those looking to really make an occasion of it, a premium wine package featuring Franciacorta, Italy’s answer to the finest champagne, can be enjoyed for an all-inclusive price of HK$480/two hours.
Brunch is available from 10-13 April, from 12pm onwards.
Address: Shop A, 100 Third Street, Sai Ying Pun
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday 6pm – 11pm
Phone: +852 3611 1842
Japanese restaurant, Sagano, presents sakura-themed dining experiences this March and April, featuring a seasonal sakura-themed lunch and dinner created by Kyoto-born Japanese Chef Masahiko Noka, for Hong Kong diners to celebrate the splendid sakura blossom both day and night.
The highlight of the exquisite Sakura Set Lunch is the assorted seasonal appetisers, with a variety of petite Japanese treats including Poached Vegetables; Marinated Wild Vegetables with Nameko; Prawn with Sakura Leaf Tempura and Deep-fried Wild Vegetables; Stewed Sweet Potatoes in Lemon Sauce; and Black Pork Cutlet Fillet with Potato Salad. The set lunch also comes with assorted Sashimi including Tuna, Sea Bream, Yellowtail and Sweet Shrimp, as well as Grilled Silver Cod with Miso Paste, Mini Glutinous Rice Dumplings, Grilled Egg Rolls and assorted Chirashi Sushi on rice served with miso soup. Desserts are homemade Sakura Pudding and Sakura Ice Cream using aromatic sakura leaves from Japan.
Appreciating sakura is not only a daytime activity in Japan; at night the blossoms are illuminated for strollers to admire the display. Inspired by this tradition, Chef Noka has tailor-made a sakura-themed kaiseki menu for guests to celebrate the season during the dinner period.
The festive kaiseki starts with refreshing appetisers and assorted sashimi, including Toyama Squids with Sour Miso Paste and Poached Vegetables; Marinated Sweet Shrimp and Sea Urchin with Sake; and Sea Bream Sushi with Broad Beans. This is followed by jet-fresh assorted Sashimi from Japan, as well as Stewed Alfonsino with Sea Urchin in Sake; Grilled Spanish Mackerel with Yuzu, Prawn and Spring Wild Vegetable Tempura; and minced Fatty Tuna and Spring Onion on rice with Salmon Roe and Sea Urchin Sushi served with Red Miso Soup. The homemade Sakura Pudding with Greenhouse Melon gives diners a perfect ending to the sakura feast.
The Sakura Set Lunch is priced at HKD510 per person. The Sakura Kaiseki is available at dinner for HKD1,380 per person. Prices are subject to 10 percent service charge. For enquiries or reservations, please call 2313 4222. Due to the outbreak of Novel Coronavirus, the hotel has made special arrangements on food and beverage operating hours to protect the safety and health of all guests.
Members of Epicure, the hotel’s dining membership programme, can enjoy an exclusive 25% discount; blackout dates apply. Guests who are not members yet can also sign up for the programme for free by simply completing the form (https://newworldmillenniumhotel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2014/05/Epicure-Application-Form.pdf) and emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org. The application takes seven working days to process.
COAST Beach Club & Bistro ensures fish lovers indulge in ocean’s bounty this March and onwards with many fantastic fish dishes from “Oh-Fish-Cially”. The ever-popular promotion adds to the venue’s already renowned dinner menu a new selection of fish – all fresh from the sea to your table.
Since its opening, Seasalt at Alila Seminyak has been strongly committed to sourcing seafood that is wild-caught and sustainably harvested from the waters of Indonesia. In line with this commitment, Seasalt partners with Bali Sustainable Seafood, a local social enterprise that provides high-quality seafood that is sustainably fished.
Driven by the world’s appetite for tuna, overfishing in the Indian Ocean is damaging the ocean’s ability to sustain tuna populations, especially of yellowfin tuna. Recent reports state that the yellowfin tuna forms a significant portion of the annual tuna catches in the Indian Ocean, around 42 percent. Therefore, it has been recommended that tuna fishing be reduced by 20 percent to hopefully allow tuna stocks to recover in the next five years.
Through its action, Seasalt hopes to contribute to restoring a sustainable future for tuna, the world’s most favourite fish, particularly its most threatened species. Although yellowfin and bluefin tuna will no longer be on its menu, Seasalt has nevertheless prepared a sustainable replacement using skipjack, a local fish sustainably harvested directly from the waters around Indonesia.
Chilli Fagara Sends Noods in the Form of HOT N’ MEEN – A New Delivery-only Brand
From the masterminds behind Chilli Fagara, Hong Kong’s Sichuan mainstay, comes HOT ‘N’ MEEN – a delivery-only noodle concept worth drooling over.
The tongue-in-cheek name simultaneously pays homage to Chilli Fagara’s spicy legacy and makes its offering clear with the use of ‘meen’, the Chinese word for noodles. Yup, that’s right — HOT ‘N’ MEEN’s carbs come onlyin the form of long, tender knife-cut noods.
Diners can opt for fiery items like Noodles with Pork and Vegetable Dumplings in House-Made Sichuan Chilli Sauce (HK$78), Mouthwatering Chicken Noodles in Chilli Sauce (HK$78), topped with peanuts and coriander, or go nuts for good ol’ Dan Dan Noodles (HK$68), served either with minced pork and dried shrimp in a spicy peanut broth, or as a vegetarian option.
Those with milder cravings will enjoy the Soup Noodles with Stir Fried Lamb and Chinese Leek and Ginger (HK$78), aromatic Braised Five-Spice Sliced Beef Soup Noodles (HK$78) or Braised Sliced Pork Noodles with Wood Ear Mushrooms and Egg in Thick Gravy (HK$78).
A neat range of moreish appetisers (all HK$30) include Bean Sprouts with Sichuan Sauce, jewel-like Jade Vegetables with Sesame Oil and Crunchy Wood Ear Mushroom Salad. Select appetisers are available, in combination with a noodle dish, for HK$98 as part of HOT ‘N’ MEEN’s seven-days-a-week set lunch.
With ten slurp-worthy bowls to choose from, HOT ‘N’ MEEN is sure to satisfy any appetite. Available from noon until 10:30 pm, it is perfect for an office lunch, hungover indulgence or late-night hankering for those lucky enough to live in Admiralty, Central, Mid-Levels, Sheung Wan or Sai Ying Pun.
HOT ‘N’ MEEN will be available exclusively via Deliveroo from early March.
To celebrate the vivacity of spring, The Langham, Hong Kong is re-launching the scrumptious The Langham Savoury Afternoon Tea after its first successful debut back in 2015, tailored for diners who do not have a sweet tooth.
Unlike traditional sweet-oriented afternoon tea sets, the hotel’s Culinary Director Cesare Romani aims to impress savoury cravers with a fresh seasonal twist to Palm Court’s iconic teatime tradition. “We observe that afternoon tea patrons are not necessary a big fan of sweets, and diners are more health-conscious nowadays. Bringing the savoury afternoon tea back at Palm Court celebrates healthy lifestyle, offers an alternative option for our guests while elevating the delectable creations and the exquisite dining experience in the elegant setting.”
Indulge in an enticing array of savoury delicacies served on the classic three-tier silver stand with an unusual green start. The artistically-presented Vegetable Garden features colorful baby carrots, carrot purée and black olive. The middle tier includes a traditional British Mini Beef Pie, creamy Duck Liver Terrine with toasted brioche, fig and red wine compote and the ultra-refreshing Mini Lobster Roll with lemon mayo and remoulade. Other highlights are Puffed Baguette with caviar, smoked salmon and sour cream, Voul-Au-Vent with green asparagus, quail egg and black truffle as well as the exotic Sicilian Arancini with Green Pea, Mozzarella and Tomato crafted by the Italian chef.
The tea set also comes with warm selection of plain and bacon & cheddar cheese scones from Palm Court’s very own bakery, served along with Devonshire clotted cream, strawberry jam and rose preserve.
Complete the afternoon tea on a sweet note with the Palm Court’s signature Mango Mille-Feuille, featuring caramelized layers of flaky puff pastry with vanilla diplomat cream and mango.
The afternoon tea set is paired with a selection of refreshing mixed floral tea such as Palm Court Exotic Blend tea and English Flower Blend. Priced at HK$398* for one person and HK$688* for two, the set is available from 15 March to 31 May 2020. Every dine-in for a set of two can enjoy an extra complimentary tea set for one, exclusively available for online bookings with full prepayment. Guests can upgrade the afternoon tea experience at HK$120 per person with 2-hour free flow Prosecco. For online bookings, please visit: http://bit.ly/35VXSPP
The Savoury Afternoon Tea at Palm Court is served on weekdays from 3:00 to 5:30p.m., and on weekends and public holidays in two sittings, from 2:15 to 4:15p.m. and 4:30 to 6:30p.m.
*All prices are subject to a 10% service charge.
For reservations or enquiries, please call 2132 7898 or email email@example.com.