Dine with Ease of Mind at Modern Australian Restaurant Hue

Located at a landmark harbourfront location at the Hong Kong Museum of Art in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hue, the latest in a series of innovative culinary concepts by leading hospitality group Woolly Pig Hong Kong, combines breath-taking Victoria Harbour panoramas with exquisite modern Australian cuisine. This spring, as flu viruses cause panic across the region, the team at the 5,000 sq. ft. Hue is focusing its efforts on delivering diners enhanced levels of sanitation paired with immune system-fortifying dishes by Australian Executive Chef Anthony Hammel.

The first focus is to ensure diners are entering into a germ-free environment, with hand sanitiser stations set up at the entrance of Hue. A key element of Hue’s interior design also lends itself to a safe environment for diners. Tables at Hue are some of the farthest apart in the city, ensuring both privacy and a hygienic buffer for guests.

To ensure strong immune systems that can fight off illness, meals start off with a complementary immune-boosting juice shot upon the guests’ arrival. The timeless combination of fresh beetroot and ginger juice ensures sufficient vitamin delivery and bolsters the body’s natural defences before diners begin their meal.

Hue’s menu is laced with healthy, balanced dishes, some of which are new additions. These include confit Australia Spanner crab with almond cream, grapes and pickled hibiscus; grilled Spanish octopus with charred and pickled eggplant and fresh mint; Australian striploin served with burnt carrot puree, trumpet mushrooms and fermented Shimeji mushroom; and house-made fig leaf ice cream, with nutrient-packed rhubarb, fermented strawberry jelly and buckwheat crumble.

In addition, the restaurant has introduced a selection of vegetarian dishes, each packed with the goodness of mother nature, to ensure healthy guilt-free dining.

The healing powers of tea have long been heralded in Eastern culture, and Hue taps into that rich heritage with an extensive selection of artisan fruit and herbal tea blends from Hong Kong boutique tea company TeaCha. The range includes Earl Green, a balanced blend combining the classic bergamot orange peel style with green Japanese sencha; Blueberry Muffin Rooibos, a rooibis tea blended with blueberry to boast a fruity aroma with the added benefit of Vitamin C; and Persimmon Peach, with delivers a naturally sweet finish on the palate. Hue’s team is also trained by TeaCha’s dedicated tea sommelier to ensure each pot is made with precision and reverence to the beverage’s healing attributes.

Dine with ease of mind, Hue also features two private dining rooms, which each cater up to 12 diners. Groups of eight or more are able to book in advance (subject to availability) to dine in one of these private dining rooms without a minimum spend.

New Dishes and Cocktails at Ruam Thai Bar & Eatery

From Drinks, to Appetisers, to Craveable Desserts, Ruam Gets a Flavour Injection

Ruam, Hong Kong’s popular Thai bar and eatery has bolstered its craveable menu of Thai market favourites, with all-new, creative drinks and dishes.


Making the most of the cold weather catch, Pla Muk (HK$98) fried squid tentacles with green peppercorns, tamarind and chilli sauce joins the menu alongside made-from-scratch Tod Man Plafish cakes (HK$88) seasoned with red curry and kaffir. The flavoursome seafood snacks are ideal for enjoying alongside new cocktails like the One Night in BKK (HK$88) made with tequila, triple sec, chilli, lime, mango, fresh orange juice, mint leaves and a captivating chilli rim, or the spice-soothing Lima Coco (HK$98), featuring rum, lime, toasted coconut and cooling pandan. The fiery and fragrant Nam Tok (HK$148) hanger steak with fresh herbs is perfect scooped up with a ball of homemade sticky rice, or enjoyed on its own as a healthy meal for one. The violet-hued Oh Noo (HK$98) made with ink gin and kaffir is a perfect partner for this ultra-flavourful dish.

Those looking for a plentiful sharing dish will enjoy two new sea bass dishes. The grilled whole sea bass, Play Yang Smun Prai (HK$338/mp) is made with lemongrass, palm sugar and lime — a clean and lean meal that makes the most of fragrant ingredients. The indulgent Pla Tod Smun Prai is deep-fried sea bass, generously topped with chilli, ginger, mint, lemon leaves, lemon grass, roasted peanuts, lime, dried chilli, shallots and tamarind sauce. This incredible dish is as bright as it is flavourful — a next level Thai dinner for only HK$398 which feeds up to four.


Already famous for its incredible mango sticky rice, Ruam fans have two more reasons to swing by for something sweet. The traditional Janom Tom (HK$68) homemade coconut pudding is the perfect balance of sweet and savoury — a warm dessert fit for al fresco dining. The Banana Roti (HK$88) brings together caramelised banana, freshly made roti, creamy coconut ice-cream and chocolate sauce. Cut up into bite sized squares, this is one for the group, although no one would judge a one-man take down of this epic sweet.

For bookings contact hello@ruam-thai.com or call 3160 8535



Lobster fans in Hua Hin are in for a real treat this February, as Railway Restaurant at Centara Grand Hua Hin presents a new à la carte selection, All About Lobster, offering some of the best and freshest crustaceans in delicious dishes prepared to serve using top-of-the-line ingredients.

Every Friday to Monday in February, lobster is the dinnertime highlight at Railway Restaurant, Centara Grand Beach Resort & Villas Hua Hin as its executive chef Steffen Hoffer has sourced fresh-from-the-ocean crustaceans, prepared in different styles to please the lobster fans’ appetite.

Look forward to gourmet delights, served in addition to the restaurant’s à la carte selection, such as Lobster Carpaccio – a classic Italian dish with lots of varying textures and enjoyable bursts of fresh flavours that perfectly complements the sweetness of every morsel of lobster. Diners likewise can enjoy the ocean’s gem their favourite styles; either served in a classic, creamy Mornay sauce with Champignon mushroom gratin or char-grilled in a pool of melted garlic-parsley butter

to bring the flavours to life. The two dishes see diners joined by a refreshing side salad; summer succotash with grilled corn.

Be sure to visit Railway Restaurant at Centara Grand Hua Hin this February and thoroughly enjoy indulging in fresh Canadian lobsters, in dishes delectably curated by Executive Chef Steffen Hoffer for All About Lobster promotion.

All About Lobster at Railway Restaurant

Available every Friday to Monday from 1-29 February 2020

Prices start from Baht 1,050++ per dish

For more information or reservations, please call +66 (0) 3251 2021.


Classic English Fare with the Launch of English Sunday Brunch

The Common Room

Sunday is bound to be time for a relaxing brunch. The Common Room at One-Eight-One Hotel & Serviced Residences has unveiled a three-course English Sunday Brunch menu, available from February 2020 for guests to nibble on authentic English cuisine with family and friends on laid-back Sundays. As an ode to traditional English cuisine, The Common Room has spared no effort in making its brunch dishes stay true to the culinary roots of England.

The idea of going ‘English’ with an otherwise typical Sunday brunch stems from the very inspiration that helps shape the restaurant concept – Mr. Christopher Liu, the Executive Director of One-Eight-One Hotel & Serviced Residences, recalls the memorable days at The University of Oxford when he spent time simply chilling and hanging out with friends at the (JCR) Junior Common Room. This intimate bonding with England has developed into an enthusiasm for English cuisine, paving way for the idea of incorporating an array of traditional English fare to the Sunday Brunch menu.

The three-course brunch menu is carefully curated to manifest the variety of traditional English fare. Highlighted dishes that pay tribute to the classic English cuisine include Bubble and Squeak, Full English Breakfast, Steak & Kidney Pie, Bangers & Mash, Fish and Chips and Eton’s Mess. As a representative dish of English cuisine, Shepherd’s Pie is also featured on the menu. Made with a filling of minced lamb and topped with creamy mashed potatoes, this classic Shepherd’s Pie will surely satisfy your tastebuds as well as fill your belly.

The English Sunday Brunch, available from 2 February 2020, every Sunday 11:30am to 3:00pm, is priced at $300 per person plus $150 for unlimited Fuller’s London Pride or Young’s London Stout and $250 for unlimited Prosecco, Rose and House White/Red.

Reservations can be made at (852) 3181 1628 or info@thecommonroom.hk. All prices are per person in Hong Kong dollars and subject to a 10% service charge.

Sabatini Ristorante Italiano presents New Chef Claudio’s Tasting Menu

he Royal Garden’s Sabatini Ristorante Italiano is introducing a new five course Tasting Menu by Chef Claudio Favero, Chef de Cuisine, bringing you some of the most traditional delicacies originates from old Rome and seasonal dishes.

The new tasting menu comprising of appetizer, pasta, main course and the new creamy, rich and refreshing Pink peppercorn strawberry flambe with Vanilla panna cotta which is prepared at tableside. Other highlight of the menu includes Fassone beef carpaccio with aged Parmesan cheese and black truffle, Handmade rustic Cavatelli pasta with beef cheek ragout or Linguine with Sicilian red prawns and Datterini cherry tomato (additional $208). The linguine dish, one of signature items uses Sabatini’s old recipe: cooked with Italian tomatoes , celery and onion for 3 hours – the homey and refreshing tomato sauce paired excellent with Sicilian red prawns.


For the main course, options include Pan-seared toothfish with fish tripe and green asparagus which is delicate and simply melt in your mouth; Barberie duck breast with seasonal vegetables and red wine sauce has crispy skin with juicy and succulent meat, overflows with the aroma of red wine sauce.


Tasting Menu is available during lunch and dinner periods. Reservation may be made by calling 2733 2000.

Sabatini Ristorante Italiano

Address:            3/F, The Royal Garden, 69 Mody Road, Tsimshatsui East, Kowloon

Telephone:         2733 2000

Opening hours:  12:00noon to 2:30pm and 6:00pm to 11:00pm daily

*Free valet parking available



Unveil the Charm of Indigenous Korean Beef at Mirage

Calling all beef connoisseurs! Get ready to be impressed by a selection of premium Korean beef debuts at Mirage Bar & Restaurant that will surprise your taste buds! Revered for its exquisite marbling and rich juiciness, the 1+ Korean beef will feast your palate with tempting flavour and melt-in-your-mouth sensation. Choose your preferred cut and portion to embark on a luscious gastronomic journey brimming with robust and beefy aromas. Meokja! (Let’s eat!)


Mirage’s kitchen team always strives to offer unusual creations for discerning palates to uncover the unexpected and experience the new. Executive Sous Chef Owen Panzica handpicks premium-quality Korean Beef, also known as Hanwoo, to unveil the charm of Korea’s indigenous gastronomic treasure to beef lovers. Historically reserved for royalty and the noble class, the luxurious Korean beef is rarely exported due to high domestic demand in Korea. What makes Hanwoo even more special is that it takes five to ten generations for the breed to reach its consistency in marbling, flavour and texture.


The free-range Korean cattle are fed with organic forage and raised comfortably in farms, each with a herd of fewer than 100 heads, ensuring the cattle with a wide green pasture for them to graze in natural environment, delivering the beef with unrivaled flavour, juiciness, complex texture with dense marbling that is comparable to Japanese wagyu, only with a beefier and sweeter taste. The quality of Hanwoo is classified by 5 grades, depending on the meat colour, degree of marbling, as well as firmness and texture of meat. Chef Owen specially selects grade 1+, which is the second highest among 5 grades, characterized by its evenly distributed amount of marbling and bright reddish consistency in colour. To preserve the bold and genuine taste, chefs sear the beef cuts with minimal seasoning, showcasing the authentic flavour of the steak!


Whet your appetite with the succulent and flavourful Hanwoo Striploin (HK$ 298/100g), which is known for its intense flavour and balanced marbling. Perfectly seared with a crisp and savoury crust on the outside with juicy pink meat and irresistibly tender texture on the inside. Its distinctive marbling is bound to impress your palate with a pleasantly balanced texture and robust flavour.


If you crave for an intense marbling, the luscious Hanwoo Ribeye (HK$ 348/100g) will be your ideal choice. The steak is generously marbled with the highest amount of fat among other cuts, which melts from the inside out on the grill with the juiciness locked in. Meat lovers will surely be surprised by the melt-in-your-mouth sensation and the heavenly buttery taste.


Looking for a more unusual option? Discover the flavoursome Hanwoo Tri-tip (HK$ 188/100g), the two small triangular cuts from the bottom sirloin which account for only 2% of the beef yield of a whole cow, boasting a beefy taste and tender chew with a decent amount of marbling. Chefs sear the meat at a high temperature over direct heat for a relatively shorter time, which makes this lean cut of meat juicy and tender, bringing you an unexpected gastronomic enjoyment with rich beefy essence at every single bite!


Choose your preferred cut and portion of the Hanwoo steak starting from 100g per serving, together with a number of luscious sauces – Béarnaise, Port Wine Gravy, Chimichurri and Black Pepper to pair with your favourite cut. Elevate the enjoyment by sampling various side dishes including steak house chips, maccheroni and cheese, sautéed mushrooms and herbs, grilled asparagus and more at an additional HK$ 58 each.


The promotion is available from 3 February to 15 March 2020, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Relish on the sizzling and juicy steak indulgence and satisfy your inner carnivore at Mirage now!


For reservations or enquiries, please contact us at (852) 2802 8888 or email restaurant-reservations.hk@renaissancehotels.com. Above prices are subject to 10% service charge.


Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong

1 Harbour Road, Wanchai

T: (852) 2802 8888


New World Millennium Hong Kong Hotel invites lovers to enjoy a romantic night out on Valentine’s Day. Guests may opt for French, Japanese or Cantonese delicacies, meticulously prepared by the hotel’s experienced chefs in celebration of the season of love.


French Romance

Guests can savour a classic French dinner in the comfort of the candle-lit La Table French Brasserie. The exquisite six-course set dinner is priced at HKD1,988 for two and offers delectable treats including Hokkaido Scallop Sashimi with Japanese Cucumber, Uni, Salmon Roe and Soy Dressing; Alaskan Crab with Périgord Truffle, White Sturgeon Caviar, Farmer Egg White and Crab-Chive Beurre Blanc; Mieral Duck and Foie Gras Roulade with Braised Cranberry-Red Cabbage and Morel Jus; Josper-Grilled Australian Wagyu Beef Ribeye with Potato Mousseline, Micro Vegetables and Green Peppercorn Sauce; as well as Raspberry-Chocolate Mousse and Yuzu Panna Cotta. What’s more, guests can toast to their love with a glass of champagne, which comes as a complement to the set dinner.

Enchanting Wine and Cocktails with a View

Couples can say “I love you” with a spectacular Victoria Harbour view backdrop at Residence Lounge & Bar on the hotel’s top floor. From 5 to 8 p.m., the romantic night out begins with a bottle of Lanson Brut Rosé Champagne (200ml) plus unlimited canapés for just HKD488 for two persons. Guests can then spice up the night with two festive cocktails – “The Gentleman” and “Kiss Me” —  made for the sweetest day of the year, priced at HKD110 per glass.

Love with a Japanese Twist

Sagano’s Japanese Head Chef Noka Masahiko nicely crafts a seven-course Valentine’s Day Kaiseki dinner, priced at HKD3,400 for two persons.  The set offers authentic Japanese specialities ranging from Silver Cod Roe in Vinegar Sauce and Zuwai Crabmeat with Vinegar Jelly as appetiser, followed by Fresh Oyster with Vinegar Sauce and Botan Shrimp, Fatty Tuna and Striped Jack Sashimi; Wagyu Shabu Shabu or Sukiyaki; Grilled Kinki with Salt; Deep-Fried Prawns with Shredded Potato; Minced Fatty Tuna with Spring Onion Roll; Sea Urchin, Flounder and Slightly Grilled Sea Eel Sushi, as well as Strawberries, Chocolate Cake and Chocolate Ice Cream as dessert.

All-you-can-eat Valentine’s Specials

Diners can savour a sumptuous Valentine’s Day dinner buffet with their beloved at Café East, where Valentine’s Day specialties will be offered, such as Hokkaido Scallop Mousse with Passion Fruit Jelly, Foie Gras Mousse with Beet Root Jam, Abalone with Sake Sauce, Double-Boiled Bird’s Nest with Peach Resin and Crystal Sugar, Raspberry Honey Mousse and Ruby Chocolate Doughnut.


A buffet dinner also offers a vast array of classic delicacies from every corner of Hunan, Shanghai and Sichuan.  Highlights include but are not limited to Poached Chicken with Shaoxing Wine, Wok-Fried Shrimp with Longjing and Black Truffle, Sweet and Sour Garoupa with Pine Nuts, Stewed Chicken in Wonton Broth and Wok-Fried Jumbo Crab in Sichuan Style.


The Valentine’s Day dinner buffet will be available on 14 February from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. and is priced at HKD698 for adults and HKD438 for children. The first 60 diners to book the dinner buffet with full prepayment will enjoy an exclusive 15 percent early bird discount.


Oriental Indulgence

Chef So at Tao Li serves a scrumptious Cantonese set dinner for two in celebration of love.  The HKD2,080 menu features premium creations such as Lobster Bisque with Diced Seafood, Bird’s Nest and Puff Pastry; Baked Whole Six-Head Abalone with Sea Cucumber and Baby Tianjin Cabbages; Chilled Marinated Boston Lobster with Sake and Sautéed Fillet of Beef with Asparagus and Gravy; and many more classic delicacies.


Valentine’s Day buffet and set menus are all available on 14 February only.  A special gift box of macaroons is presented to all ladies at the dinner buffet or set dinner that day.


All prices are subject to a 10 percent service charge and are not applicable to any discount privileges. For enquiries or reservations, please call +852 2313 4222.

Tiffany 2020 Valentine’s Day Activities and Special Menu at The Tiffany Blue Box Café

Tiffany & Co. throws itself into the spirit of Valentine’s Day, transforming its boutiques into a panoply of activities and special services that aim to make this season the perfect one for love. On offer at the various stores this Valentine’s Day are unique photo-opportunities, unique GravoTouch engraving station with illustration service provided by renowned illustrator Micko Chan, love letter writing by professional calligraphers and a Tiffany T candle workshop with Tiffany Blue Cotton Candy as a souvenir, to help commemorate the special occasion in a truly unique fashion.

To wrap up this day of love in the perfect manner, indulge in a special Valentine’s Day menu with your beloved in the Tiffany Blue Box Cafe – something not to be missed out in this season of celebration and adoration. With these and more, Tiffany & Co. boutiques throughout Hong Kong and Macau are set to make this Valentine’s Day an unforgettable experience.

Exclusive Postcard Mailing to Your Loved One

In each Tiffany boutique, a special set-up has been dedicated to these wondrous activities, featuring a special backdrop before which a counter with exclusive postcards and a mailbox are situated. It is here that the Valentine’s Day magic happens, with limited edition Valentine’s Day postcards free for guests to pick and choose. Selected stores will also have a dedicated calligrapher station which will help customers write their special messages to their loved ones, as well as post these with unique Tiffany & Co. stamps.

Bespoke and Engraving Service

Other boutiques feature a one-of-a-kind illustrator and engraving service, where the celebrated illustrator Mickco is there to offer exceptional GravoTouch engraving for all customers who purchased any Tiffany engravable product – designing and engraving customized graphics or digital portraits for Tiffany clients.

For those of truly discerning tastes, Tiffany & Co. will be offering a candle workshop – an extraordinary experience where invitation-only guests will be given the chance to make their own customized candles in heart and ‘T’ shapes and in the color of the House of Tiffany. Finally, to delight the taste buds with all the sweetness of the season, cotton candy in Tiffany Blue can be found in all Hong Kong stores – all on offer at these special Valentine’s Day counters.

Special Menu at The Tiffany Box Cafe

At Tiffany Blue Box Cafe, Valentine’s Day takes a far more delicate and delectable turn, with a special menu dedicated to the lovers who seek to spend their special day out in the company and sophistication of the House. An exquisite 5-course dinner set serves to capture the heart, a delectable gastronomic journey surrounded by the enchanting Tiffany Blue, beginning with rich yet delicate amuse-bouches which include Iberian ham, Hokkaido scallops, and foie gras. Lusciously creamy cauliflower soup warms the soul even as beautifully made sea urchin linguini and slow-cooked chicken with black truffle serve to delight the palate and tantalize the taste buds.

Finally, the set is completed with the Petit Blue Box Cake – a special treat with which to mark this exceptional occasion – alongside freshly-baked madeleines, and all matched perfectly with champagne. With limited seats available for walk-in guests, those wishing to experience this exclusive Valentine’s Day dinner set will want to reserve their seats online early to guarantee a chance to celebrate with their loved ones in true Tiffany style.


With this bevy of activities and treats, Tiffany & Co. is all set to celebrate love in all its forms – sincere, deep, playful, everlasting, and passionate. For this most romantic of dates, Tiffany & Co. rises up to the spirit of Valentine’s Day, each and every one of its boutiques dedicated to making every guest’s visit a truly unique experience.


Activities Details:

Tiffany & Co. 2020 Valentine’s Day Special Activities at Tiffany Boutique Details:

Engraving and calligraphy service at selected boutiques: January 27 – 28, February 6 – 9, 11 – 14

Customer Enquiry: (852) 2845-9072


Special Valentine’s Day Menu at The Tiffany Blue Box Cafe

Address: 2/F Tiffany & Co. One Peking Road Flagship, One Peking, No.1 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Availability: available on February 14 only

Online Reservation: https://cho.pe/dineatthetiffanyblueboxcafehk


The Tiffany Blue Box Cafe Hours of Operation:

9:00AM – 10:00PM (Monday to Sunday)

Last Order at 9:00PM



As Valentine’s Day approaches, The Langham, Hong Kong is gearing up to celebrate the most romantic day of the year with ultra-sweet delicacies and special room offers. To embrace this loving day, every dine in couple will receive a box of Loving Langham chocolate as an exclusive romantic celebration.

Bostonian Seafood & Grill

Guests are invited to give in to Valentine’s Day temptation with a St. Valentine’s three-course dinner menu at Bostonian Seafood & Grill. The menu begins with a delectable Seafood Tower including half lobster, oysters, Alaskan crab leg, king prawns and sea scallops. Main course comes to a selection of “For Him” (Slow-roasted Spanish Suckling Pig) or “For Her” (Turbot Fillet). Couple can also choose “Together” (John Stone Tomahawk Rib Chop) to share. The delicate dessert White Chocolate Cheesecake ends the romantic night on a sweet note.

The special menu is priced at HK$1,988* for two with a glass of complimentary sparkling Rosé for each. Upgrade the dinner experience with free-flow of selected beverages for additional HK$100*. The menu is exclusively available from 12-15 February. Guests can enjoy 20% off with online prepayment.

Palm Court

To celebrate love, Executive Pastry Chef David Puig has specially designed 5 cakes for the most romantic occasion of the year. The mini cakes are priced at HK$78 each, including the Elegance pistachio frangipane baked tart, pistachio cream, raspberry and rose mousse, topped with fresh raspberries as well as the Ms. Strawberry roll cake with mascarpone and vanilla whipped white chocolate ganache and Génoise sponge. The Amour featuring 64% chocolate mousse with mixed berries confit, dark chocolate and raspberry ganache and chocolate sable is available in mini size or 1-pound, priced at HK$78 and HK$368 respectively. Priced at HK$328, the limited edition chocolate showpiece Love is in the Air is the perfect gift to show your love and gratitude to the special one. The cakes are available from 10 to 16 February. Guests can enjoy 15% off with online prepayment.

The Food Gallery

The “Lobsterfest” dinner buffet at The Food Gallery is pairing the sought-after lobster delicacies in international styles with exclusive selection of heart-melting desserts to spoil the lovebirds during Valentine’s Day. Sweet highlights include the glowing pink Peach Dome, St. Valentine Heart, the ever-popular Mille Feuille, Rose Macaroon, playfully presentedNitrogen Yogurt and Pink Rose in live station and more. Valentine’s Day dinner buffet is available on 14 February only, priced at HK$1,688* for two adults, HK$888* per adult, HK$408* per child aged 5 to 11 and HK$508* per senior aged 65 over above respectively. Adults can enjoy 15% off with online prepayment.

T’ang Court

For guests who are looking for a decadent and unique Valentine’s Day experience, the six-course Valentine’s Day feast at the three Michelin-starred restaurant T’ang Court is the perfect choice. Chinese Master Chef Kwong Wai Keung and Executive Chef Wong Chi Fai have prepared the special menu to impress the most sophisticated foodie couples. The meal begins with Special Appetisers including Roasted Suckling Pig, followed by Double-boiled Sea Whelk with Fish Maw and Chicken Soup. The signature Braised Dried Abalone with Bêche-de-mer and Seasonal Vegetables and Stewed Lobster with Inaniwa Noodle in Chicken Broth are definitely the highlights of the evening. The Double–boiled Imperial Bird’s Nest with Almond Juice and T’ang Court Delight are the ultimate sweet treats to ensure the night to be remembered.

The Valentine’s Day menu is available for one night on 14 February only at HK$1,888* per person with a complimentary glass of champagne on arrival.

For dining reservations and enquiries, please call 2132 7898 or email tlhkg.tang.court@langhamhotels.com.

*Prices are subject to a 10% service charge.

Valentine’s Day Room Package

Luxuriate in a romantic getaway with the special “Celebrate Love” room package tailored for lovers who long for spending some quality time together. Priced from HK$2,298, the room package is valid for stays from 12 to 15 February 2020 and subject to 10% service charge, with terms and conditions apply. Book the room package from 24 January to 15 February directly through hotel website to enjoy the below benefits:

  • Luxurious accommodation with special set-up, themed amenities, a bottle of sparkling wine and scented candle
  • Romantic 3-course set dinner for two at modern steakhouse Bostonian Seafood & Grill (valued at HK$1,988)
  • Daily buffet breakfast for two

For room reservations or enquiries, please call +852 2378 9988 or email tlhkg.resv@langhamhotels.com.


Morton’s The Steakhouse

Morton’s Launches Decadent Valentine’s Day Menu

Morton’s The Steakhouse makes Valentine’s Day planning a breeze with an exceptional three-course menu that is best enjoyed alongside its stunning views of Victoria Harbour.

Guests can take their pick from aphrodisiacal Fresh Oysters on the Half Shell, luxurious Pan-Seared Foie Gras with toasted brioche, nuts, cranberry apple chutney and a balsamic glaze, or indulge in Lobster-Stuffed Mushrooms, creamy Lobster Bisque or an impressive Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail.
A choice of three impressive steaks and one seafood option guarantees that February 14th will be a night to remember. A 16 0z Prime Ribeye with Two-Pound Fresh Whole Baked Maine Lobster (+HK$100 per person)is made to share and proves that only the best will do on Valentine’s Day. A Center-Cut Filet Mignon (8oz) is elevated with an Oscar-style preparation of crabmeat, béarnaise and asparagus, while a Centre-Cut Prime New York Medallion with Bone Marrow will satisfy the richest of appetites. Last but not least, an omega-3-rich Honey-Balsamic Glazed Ora King Salmon filet ensures there is plenty of room for dessert: a choice of heart-shaped New York Cheesecake, or Raspberry White Chocolate Mousse. Guests can take their pick from Morton’s moreish sides like Parmesan Truffle Fries, Truffle Mashed Potatoes, Creamed Spinach and Sautéed Button Mushrooms.

The 3-course Valentine’s Day menu is available in the main dining room for HK$1,088 + 10% per person.

Morton’s The Steakhouse, Hong Kong, is at The Sheraton Hotel Hong Kong, 4th Level, 20 Nathan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Reservations can be made by telephone: (852) 2732 2343.