Sparkle with Moments of Love at Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong

May your Valentine’s Day sparkle with moments of love at Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong! Ignite a romantic evening at Mirage Bar & Restaurant with exquisite 4-course dinner; or celebrate the season of love with the enchanting Lobsters, Oysters and International Dinner Buffet at Café Renaissance, which spoils lovebirds with fresh seafood, grilled specialties and heart-capturing desserts. Surprise your beloved one with a sweet staycation and immerse in an unforgettable evening.


Indulge in a Sumptuous Romance at Mirage Bar & Restaurant

Pamper your valentine with an intimate Valentine’s Day dinner at Mirage Bar & Restaurant! Unveil the romantic dinner with an enticing Fine de Claire Oyster with Caviar. The rich flavour of Caviar enhances the umami flavour of the French oyster, bringing the flavours of the sea to the fore. Topped with buttery Avocado, smoky Bonito and creamy Rosemary Aioli, the intriguing Tuna Tartare Tacos with Crispy Wonton surprises your palate with sublime layers of umami flavour, crispy and rich textures in one bite. The night of indulgence doesn’t stop here. Choose your tantalizing main-course for two to share with your loved one, including premium Stockyard Angus Porterhouse T-bone from Australia, that is seared perfectly with tender texture; or Boston Lobster Tagliolini with delectable lobster in rich Cheese-Bisque Sauce and al-dente tagliolini. Indulge in the dreamy Valentine’s Rose Strawberry Cake with elegant aroma of the rose and delightful sweetness of the strawberry to round out your romantic affair. Don’t forget to raise a toast to your significant other with a glass of Vino Belga Joséphine Brut Rosé with fine bubbles and red fruit aromas for an extra dose of romance.


Sumptuous Romance Valentine’s Day Menu

Fine de Claire Oyster with Caviar and Radish

Tuna Tartare Tacos with Crispy Wonton and Avocado, Rosemary Aioli, Bonito

Stockyard Angus Porterhouse T-bone for two

Roasted Potatoes, Padron Peppers, Bearnaise


Boston Lobster Tagliolini for two

Cheese-Bisque Sauce, Grilled Asparagus

Valentine’s Rose Strawberry Cake

Strawberry Compote, Rose and White Chocolate Mousse, Sable

2 glasses of Vino Belga Joséphine Brut Rosé

The above set menu is for 2 persons, available on 14 February 2020 from 6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., priced at HK$ 1,288 per set. Advance reservation is required.

For reservation and enquiries, please contact us at (852) 2802 8888 or

Saint Valentine’s Menu & Free-flow Happy Hour

A Valentine’s Gastronomic Journey at one Michelin-starred ZEST by Konishi

At the root of every successful relationship is a strong partnership. So it is at Hong Kong’s ZEST by Konishi, home to a unique marriage of French and Japanese flavours. Spoil that special someone this Valentine’s Day with a delectable set menu that embraces culinary perfection and is laced with exquisite ingredients that will ensure the flames of passion burn bright.

The exclusive nine-course Valentine’s Day menu builds on Executive Chef Mitsuru Konishi own passion for captivating flavour and texture combinations, with touches of sweetness and earthiness, silkiness and crunch.

The meal begins with a sense of discovery, with Akagai, ark shell clam served with cauliflower and zucchini; cuttlefish with crispy kadaif with salmon roe; and a playful creation, the Carotte Cigarette. For a sense of depth, the menu continues with Snow crab and eggplant, topped with luxurious Kristal Caviar; before palates are tingled with black truffle, served with silky chicken velouté.

Another stunning dish, Brittany blue lobster, is served with cauliflower puree, thin-shaved cauliflower and amaranthus; and followed by tender, pan-seared French baby lamb served with parsley foam that delivers a touch of earthiness.

Sweet touches to the amour-enhancing menu at ZEST by Konishi includes vanilla Fromage mousse on a buttery shortbread crust, topped with Crème Fraîche ice cream, rose syrup infused rhubarb and mixed berries dust; and baked-to-order citrus madeleines encrusted with poppy seeds.

One Michelin-starred ZEST by Konishi breaks the fine-dining mould with a philosophy centred around putting one’s heart and soul into a given art. Chef Mitsuru Konishi’s menu is heartfully crafted, executed with finesse, and seasoned with pertinence, as he playfully blends new flavour profiles that will bring deep satisfaction and enjoyment to gourmets. The restaurant, which showcases the chef’s marriage of Japanese ingredients and timeless French technique, is Hong Kong’s first true chef-inspired restaurant, with menus reflecting Konishi’s culinary experience, background and extensive travels.

The Valentine’s Day nine-course menu is available on Friday, 14th February 2020, and is priced from HK$1,980+10% per person; Complete the experience with authentic five-glass wine pairings by adding HK$780.

rench x Japanese Saint Valentine’s Menu
ZEST by Konishi
28/F, 18 On Lan Street, Central, Hong Kong
(852) 2715 0878​
Nine-course Degustation Tasting Menu:
Available on Friday, 14th February 2020
HK$1,980+10% per person; additional HK$780 for five-glass wine pairing


Mr. Ming’s Chinese Dining

Now Open at K11 MUSEA

The latest concept from Ming Fat House offers convivial all-day dining with an extensive selection of  fresh dim sum, seafood dishes and Cantonese roast meat platters

With K11 MUSEA fast becoming Hong Kong’s hottest new dining destination, this month sees a new arrival to the gastronomic hub on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront: Mr. Ming’s Chinese Dining, a new destination for dim sum and contemporary Cantonese food. A buzzy all-day eatery from the award-winning Ming Fat House (Foxglove, Mrs. Pound), Mr. Ming’s offers a fresh take on traditional Chinese recipes with no artificial ingredients or preservatives added, featuring a mouthwatering selection of dim sum dishes, seafood and roast meat platters.

The menu is spearheaded by Executive Head Chef Tony Hung, a self-taught cook with a passion for quality ingredients and progressive Cantonese techniques, which he honed at notable stints including Hoi King Heen and Under Bridge Spicy Crab Restaurant. His vision for the menu is carried out by Head Chef Ken Yau, whose three decades of experience include cooking on Jumbo, the iconic floating restaurant in Aberdeen, as well as years at acclaimed establishments in Japan, Manila and Macau.

Designed in contemporary shades of turquoise and orange and spread over two storeys, Mr. Ming’s warmly invites you into the home of its eponymous owner: an avid fan of the Chinese Arts, a poet, antique and gold coin enthusiast, and obsessive gourmand. Mr. Ming’s family hails back to the Qing dynasty, and his respect for tradition is showcased in a range of Chinese artwork and artefacts displayed throughout the restaurant, from his coins collection to a personal wine cellar featuring rare boutique finds.

Fresh dim sum and flavourful roast meats

At the heart of Mr. Ming’s prestigious family lineage is his grandfather’s book of prized classic Cantonese dishes — proprietary recipes passed down through generations. Hungry diners will want to reach first for Mr. Ming’s bespoke dim sum selection, featuring an innovative take on the beloved Cantonese dining tradition. All freshly steamed, fried and roasted on site, Mr. Ming’s dim sum selection ranges across sweet and savoury buns, dumplings and rice rolls.

Tuck into the Milk & Pumpkin Buns, a riff on traditional steamed custard buns infused with Japanese Meiji milk for a smooth, intensely milky molten core, with a subtly sweet, golden-hued bun infused with pumpkin purée. For Mr. Ming’s version of BBQ Pork Belly Buns with Pickled Mustard, the kitchen riffs on the recipe utilising succulent pork belly inside a soft and fluffy bun, served with pickled mustard for an acidic pop.

Other highlights include the fresh Mandarin Fish in Szechuan Hot Chilli Oil, which comes loaded with chilli and peppercorns served with bean sprouts, yam noodles and black fungus for a numbing hit, the indulgent Stir-fried Yunnan Mushroom & Fresh Abalone, made with finely sliced abalone from the shores of South Africa, and the juicy Braised Beef Short Ribs with Wild Mushrooms Wrapped in Lotus Leaves, steamed and plated with three kinds of rich-flavoured mushrooms, giving off an instant aroma smell from the lotus leaf.

Mr. Ming’s menu also offers a great selection for vegetarians, dishes specially curated using OmniPork or Beyond Meat include: Crispy Tofu Pocket with OmniPork & Sweet Potato and Spicy Beyond Beef Cubes, perfect for those who are vegetarian, on a plant-based diet or looking for meat alternatives.

Private room bookings are available based on minimum spend starting from HK$4,000. For inquiries, email

KERRY HOTEL HONG KONG Launches CHA LING Spirit of Pu’er Afternoon Tea

Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong has partnered with Cha Ling to present Spirit of Pu’er – a delicious and rejuvenating afternoon tea experience from 16th January till end of March 2020. Purification, detoxification and nourishment are the top three to-dos for those of us who want to maintain our glowing skins. Premium Pu’er Tea-based Parisian skincare brand Cha Ling offers a holistic product line to harness the antioxidant powers of the plant to revitalise skin. This exquisite afternoon tea draws inspiration from Cha Ling’s signature Four Seasons face masks and its premium ingredient, the precious forest Pu’er Tea.

The splendid afternoon tea presents decadent sweet pastries that encho the unique, buttery texture of the refreshing sensation of Cha Ling’s Four Seasons masks. A Pu’er tea-infused scone is an acknowledgement to the spirit of Cha Ling, the rare and precious Pu’er Tea from the thousand-year-old tea forest. The Spirit of the Pu’er Tea set denotes a vision of artistic gastronomy by presenting the delicious bites in a custom-made wooden ‘treasure box’ that is unlocked in front of guests when served.

The exclusive menu features Pu’er tea as the premium ingredient held in high esteem to showcase an array of aromatic savoury items. Executive Chef Matthew Woolford, masterminds the true culinary spirit of the origin of the tea, has crafted a series of Chinese-influenced tea savouries with premium ingredients. Tea savouries include Abalone Salad with Crispy Wonton, Poached Chicken “Lo Mai Gai” with Morel and Truffle Sticky Rice, Pu’er Tea Marbled Quail Egg topped with W3 Oscetria Caviar and Osmanthus Blossom Sprinkled Braised Iberian Pork Cheek with Red Dates and Pu’er Tea.

This unique and enriching experience also presents Cha Ling’s Four Seasons masks through a colourful array of sweet pastries. These delightful pastries are Hello Spring – Peach Blossom Curd on Almond Madeleine, Happy Summer Time – Strawberry and Poppy Seed Mousse on Coconut Dacquoise, Hello Autumn – Pear Infused Caramel Tartin and When Winter is Here – Maple Syrup Sabayon with Chestnut and Caramelised Pine Nuts.

Love Is In The Air at The Ritz-Carlton, Macau

Celebrate this Valentine’s Day at The Ritz-Carlton, Macau with scrumptious options for a truly romantic affair. From a classic French dinner at The Ritz-Carlton Café, to a Michelin-starred dine out at Lai Heen, as well as a romantic date at The Ritz-Carlton Bar & Lounge and The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Macau, you and your loved one will be mesmerized for the night.


French Romance at The Ritz-Carlton Café

Nobody knows romance like the French, and The Ritz-Carlton Café is pleased to offer “La Rouge de Romance”, a 5-course Valentine’s Day prix fixe dinner that is sure to wow your significant other. Set the mood for your night with irresistible canapés like a Bloody Mary Oyster Shooter, Foie Gras Macarons, and Duck Confit with Pomegranate Vol Au Vents. The starter of Tasmanian Salmon Timbale is served with decadent black caviar and edible pink rose crystals, and amorous feelings will continue to blossom with the Strawberry Champagne Soup, a luxurious sweet and sour balance of aged balsamic reduction and aromatic herbs.


It’s not Valentine’s Day without roses, and the Confit Black Cod main course is dusted beautifully with red roses and Calamansi Beurre Blanc, turning the dish into a masterpiece. For meat lovers, the New Zealand Ocean Beef Tenderloin with Truffle Pomme Pureé is an excellent alternative choice. Finally, be sweet with the Hearts on Fire dessert, a red velvet sponge cake served with vintage Chambord Liqeur ice cream, to symbolize lasting romance. Toast with glasses of Rosé Champagne and to further the romantic French ambiance with a surprise to the valentines from the restaurant.


Chinese Indulgence at Michelin-starred Lai Heen

For an unconventional twist on a typical Valentine’s Day menu, book a table at Macau’s highest Chinese restaurant Lai Heen. Guests are invited to take their love to new heights with Lai Heen’s exquisite Valentine’s Day menu, while dining under the stars and overlooking Macau’s gorgeous skyline. Featuring dishes such as Wok-fried Prawn and Scallop with Marinated Beetroot in Lobster Bisque, Braised Whole Abalone with Rock Rice and Seasonal Vegetables, and Double-boiled Snow Goose with Matsutake Mushroom and Cardinal Fungus. This dazzling array of Michelin-starred dishes will definitely make your valentine fall head over heels. Don’t forget to wash down the gastronomic journey with a kiss and a glass of NV Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut Champagne.


Love Potions at The Ritz-Carlton Bar & Lounge

As day transforms into night, The Ritz-Carlton Bar & Lounge will also evolve into the perfect destination for intimate conversation. The mixologists and pastry team has crafted tantalizing cocktails and dessert combo for two to excite your palate on this special day. The Valentine’s Day cocktails include the whisky and brandy based Strong Lover and the Vodka Vanilla based Pinky Passion. The former tastes extremely rich with a hint of smoky flavor, while the latter is mixed with the sweet and fruity homemade hibiscus cordial. Both cocktails encompass different definition of love.


Pampering Valentine’s Day Treatment at The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Macau

Let The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Macau transform this romantic occasion into a truly indulgent experience for you and your loved one in the 80-minute Valentine’s Day couple treatment. Be pampered by the Holistic Jade Stone Massage to rejuvenate the body from head to toe, followed by a collagen face mask, which will leave the skin with a radiant glow for the unforgettable day of the year. In addition, couples will receive one bottle of complimentary Cuveé Ritz Brut Champagne and a MOP 300 spa voucher to cheer for the celebration.


With the dreamy offerings at The Ritz-Carlton, Macau, this Valentine’s Day will be extra special. For reservations and enquiries, please call (853) 8886 6706.

Ring In A Prosperous Year of the Rat At Sheraton Hong Kong & Towers

Supreme Handmade Chinese New Year Pudding Collection

This year, culinary team of Celestial Court Chinese Restaurant introduces Chinese New Year puddings in two enticing flavours, including the traditional Chinese New Year Pudding and the Turnip New Year Pudding, to bring you good luck, health and prosperity in the Year of the Rat.

Chinese New Year Pudding (HKD318) – The classic CNY pudding is crafted by Chef Jack with the finest ingredients, such as supreme pure cane sugar, freshly ground coconut cream and glutinous rice – all prepared in-house. This pudding is filled with unique fragrance and mellow sweetness, along with a soft and chewy texture, perfect for family sharing or gifting. Chef Jack has also recommends to pan-fry the both sides of the cake using a gentle heat until they are golden brown in colour in order to enjoy a caramelised and crispy crust. He also suggests to dip the cake into beaten eggs before pan-frying to enjoy a more flavourful taste for an enhanced texture.

Chinese New Year Turnip Pudding (HKD318) – Culinary team of Celestial Court is simply generous when it comes to New Year turnip pudding. Topped with golden Japanese conpoy and savoury preserved pork sausages, this turnip pudding has all its treasure hidden inside, and is suitable for pan-fried, sautéed or steamed. Each bite of the turnip pudding is guaranteed to be moist, tender with refreshing sweetness; you are also welcome to add a little handmade X.O. sauce for a hint of heat.

Prosperous Chinese New Year Menu

Share joy and laughter in this glamorous Lunar New Year with family and loved ones as Sheraton Hong Kong has prepared you with tempting auspicious treasures, highlights include:

Braised Duck stuffed with Pearl Barley, Diced Abalone, Conpoy, Lotus Seed, Yunnan Ham, Black Mushroom, and Salty Egg Yolk (HKD788) – Also named as “Eight Treasure Duck”. Instead of using rice-fed duck, this masterfully handcrafted dish uses wheat-fed duck to eliminate the unwanted meat odor, fat and to enhance flavor. Featuring “treasures” include sautéed abalone, conpoy, lotus seed, Yunnan ham, black mushroom and salty egg yolk, the stuffed duck is then steamed for 1.5 hours until tender, with the “treasures” well absorbed the fragrances of the duck juices.

Braised Supreme Dried Seafood with Abalone, Conpoy, Lotus Seed, Yunnan Ham, Black Mushroom, Salty Egg Yolk (HKD828) – Born and raised in a family running traditional Chinese dried seafood and herbs business, Chef Chan naturally acquired extensive knowledge in selecting and utilising premium dried seafood, brining extraordinary flavours to his delicacies. This New Year, He has hand-picked the finest quality of dried seafood such as Abalone, Conpoy, Sea Cucumber and Sea Moss for the casserole, guests can indulge in the sweet and freshness of the velvety sauce that is rich in all the seafood essence.

Braised Pork Trotter (HKD438) –   A must-have dish especially under the cold weather, the trotter is braised in a sumptuous sauce for hours until the meat is tender and soft which melts at the second touching your mouth. The skin of the pork trotters are full of collagen and gelatinous which helps to nourish the skin.

Other dishes include Braised Garoupa with Roasted Pork Belly, Black Mushroom, Spring Onion, Deep-fried Garlic (HKD638); Braised Dried Oyster with Pork Tongue and Sea Moss (HKD468); Sautéed Scallop with Dried Silver Fish, Dried Shrimp, Smoked Pork and Chive in X.O. Chili Sauce (HKD468); Sautéed Pea Sprout and Sakura Shrimp with Chicken Oil (HKD298) and Fried Glutinous Rice with Preserved Sausage (HKD298).8-course set menu is also available in the house, featuring a delectable array of dishes that resembling continuous luck and fortune including Traditional dishes include Braised Dried Oyster, Pork Tongue and Sea Moss; Sautéed Shrimp coated with Mayonnaise and sesame; Steamed Spotted Garoupa with Soy Sauce; Deep-Fried Crispy Chicken; Double-Boiled Chicken Soup with Sea Whelk, Fish Maw and Honey Locust Fruit, and more.

Dishes from HK$288 / 8-course set menu at HK$3,980 for 4 persons

Available at Celestial Court (2/F) from January 9 till February 9, 2019 / January 18 to February 2, 2019

Usher in the Year of the Rat with Auspicious Gourmet Indulgence at Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong

Celebrate the Year of the Rat with unusual flavours of the auspicious delicacies with your beloved family and friends at Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong! Savour our indigenous Chinese New Year Pudding and Turnip Cake, deluxe Poon Choi and auspicious delicacies at the award-winning Dynasty or discover the prosperous Chinese New Year dinner buffet at Café Renaissance, for an intriguing festive celebration!


Spread the Festive Joy with Exquisite Chinese New Year Puddings

Savour our indigenous Chinese New Year Pudding and Turnip Cake handcrafted by the award-winning Dynasty’s chefs to ring in the Year of the Rat. Our chefs meticulously add in a perfect amount of coconut juice to elevate the flavour of the classic pudding, offering an alluring aroma that is hard to resist. Explore the authentic taste of Chinese New Year with our signature Turnip Cake crafted with quality ingredients such as premium Chinese sausage, conpoy, dried shrimps and turnip. Be impressed by its rich and savoury tastes with shredded radish at every single bite. The auspicious puddings are ideal for your own enjoyment or as an unusual gift wishing your family and friends a year of good fortune with many returns, available from 10 – 23 January 2020, priced at HK$ 228 per box. Advanced reservation is required at least 3 days in advance.

Embrace the Year of the Rat with Dynasty’s Deluxe Poon Choi

Share the Chinese New Year’s blessings with the deluxe Poon Choi presented by the culinary team at Dynasty! Embrace the festive flavours of the auspicious delicacies featuring a lavish selection of premium ingredients handpicked by our chefs, including whole fish maw, whole abalone, whole dried scallop, sea cucumber, Chinese mushroom, dried oyster, prawn, roasted goose, sea moss, poached chicken, goose web, the delicate “fortune” turnip and more, to celebrate prosperity and reunion with your loved ones!


Dynasty’s Deluxe Poon Choi is available from 13 – 31 January 2020, priced at HK$ 728* per person, minimum for four persons. For take away orders, an additional HK$ 250 is applicable for chinaware.

Discover Chinese New Year Specialties and Deluxe Poon Choi Set Menu

Kick start your prosperous Chinese New Year with a splendid Cantonese celebratory feast curated by our Executive Chef Suen Kam Sing at Dynasty.


Chilled Shredded Scallop Salad with Shredded Assorted Vegetables (HK$ 668* per portion) – Begin your Chinese New Year feast with the auspicious festive appetizer “Lo Hei” salad with a colorful medley of ingredients. Chef Suen specially selects premium scallops, adding extra umami taste to elevate the enjoyment, together with refreshing ingredients such as skillfully julienned carrots, cucumber, shallot, sesame and homemade sauce. Your palate will be heightened with different layers of flavours and complex textures. Diners will toss all ingredients high with chopsticks as a way to wish everyone a prosperous year with great luck and fortune ahead.


Braised Whole Pork Knuckle in Oyster Sauce (HK$ 228* per portion) – Signifying wealth in Chinese culture, the gelatinous pork knuckle is firstly deep-fried for a crispy skin and then braised with Chu Hou paste, oyster sauce and star anise for 2 hours in delivering a melt-in-your-mouth tender texture. Enjoy the richness of the tender meat with the sweet braising sauce and celebrate a blossoming Year of the Rat with your beloved ones!


Bask in a wonderful Chinese New Year with your family and friends at Dynasty with a luscious 8-course Poon Choi Menu for a memorable reunion. The menu is available from 13 – 31 January 2020 and priced at HK$ 1,288* per person, minimum for four persons. Advanced reservation is required at least 1 day in advance.


Deluxe Poon Choi Set Menu

Chilled Shredded Scallop Salad with Shredded Assorted Vegetables


Bird’s Nest Soup Braised with Crabmeat


Deluxe Poon Choi

(Whole fish maw, whole abalone, whole dried scallop, sea cucumber, Chinese mushroom, dried oyster, prawn, roasted goose, sea moss, poached chicken, goose web, turnip, fresh bean curd stick and lotus root)


Poached Seasonal Vegetables and Whole Garlic in Supreme Soup


Fried Glutinous Rice with Assorted Vegetables


Fresh Fruit Platter


Sweetened Almond Cream with Dumplings


Chinese Petits Fours

Celebrate a Prosperous Year of the Golden Rat with The Ritz-Carlton, Macau

Indulge this Chinese New Year with Exquisite Dining and Spa Offerings


As we enter a new decade, the 12-year cycle of the Chinese zodiac also begins anew. What better place to celebrate the Year of the Golden Rat than The Ritz-Carlton, Macau? The luxurious restaurants have created an array of festive gourmet delicacies for guests to enjoy with their loved ones. Guests can also pamper themselves with a restorative spa package at The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Macau.

Lucky Chinese Delicacy at Lai Heen

The Michelin-starred Chinese Executive Chef of Lai Heen, Jackie Ho, has created auspicious and elevated dishes to begin a prosperous year with fortunate connotations. Guests are sure to have a delightful afternoon with the 6-course Chinese New Year Lunch Menu, including the signature Deep-fried Codfish Fillet with Crispy Garlic, which symbolizes abundance in traditional Chinese culture. Guests opting for dinner will be treated to an even more indulgent affair, with an 8-course feast of contemporary Cantonese specialties denoting good luck and prosperity, such as the Sliced Pork and Hairy Mousse Accompanied with Air-dried Oyster. Moreover, Chef Ho presents an ultimate Deluxe Nourishing Soup exclusively for the festive period with 10 luxurious Chinese ingredients like Cordyceps, Ganoderma, Kanto Sea Cucumber, Yoshihama Abalone, Fish Maw and more. The magnificently crafted made-to-order soup requests 24-hour advance order.


Apart from the festive Cantonese delights, Lai Heen offers glamorous Rice Pudding Treasure Box, which features the classic turnip cake and glutinous rice pudding. These pudding delicacies is the best gift to delight your loved ones. The Rice Pudding Treasure Box is priced at MOP 528 per set and is available from now until January 28.

Exquisite Family Feasts at The Ritz-Carlton Café

The Ritz-Carlton Café will transport everyone with an east-meet-west delectable Chinese New Year Family Feast spread. Guests will have a choice of either main course: a French Seafood Hot Pot with White Wine that includes an array of luxurious catches like Alaskan King Crab Leg and Boston Lobster, or an impressive Grilled US Prime Tomahawk steak. Both menus promise innovative brasserie inspired gastronomies under distinctly Parisian ambience. For a more laid-back affair, the Chinese New Year Afternoon Delights is perfect for gathering with loved ones, filled with moreish French sweet, savory, and festive combinations.

Delightfully Festive Bites and Drinks at The Ritz-Carlton Bar & Lounge

Guests can head to The Ritz-Carlton Bar & Lounge for another choice of a Chinese New Year Afternoon Tea Set with the breathtaking views from the 51st floor. Revel in a selection of tea-time delights including a Walnut Polenta topped with Forest Pate and Port Wine Jelly and other treats that are perfectly paired with two special mocktails which inspired by Chinese festive – the ‘Hongbao’, representing the lucky Red Pocket of the Chinese New Year tradition and the ‘Huangdi’, meaning Emperor.


Guests can take in more prosperity with the festive cocktails with Chinese twist on offer, expertly crafted by The Ritz-Carlton Bar & Lounge. Fortune will shine down on guests who sip on the ‘Hong Yun Dang Tou’, a new signature drink made with green and black tea infused gin based balanced with home-made cranberry syrup, Kyoho grape liquor and traditional Chinese Pu Er tea bitters. The ‘Xiang Ning’ is a tall drink of Moutai inspired by Yang Guifei from the Tang Dynasty, one of the Four Beauties of Ancient China, and flavored with homemade blueberry syrup and fresh lemon juice. Another festive cocktail that’s sure to go down in history is the ‘Chen Yu Luo Yan’, a soft rice wine-based cocktail mixed with home-made osmanthus syrup and jasmine tea infused gin inspired by Xi Shi, another great beauty of ancient China. Finally, the powerful ‘18 Wan’ adopts plum-infused Chinese yellow wine as the base and mixed with the sweet sherry wine, whisky bourbon, as well as the refreshing orange sherbet. The marvelous cocktail options come with specially crafted canapés to delight everyone’s palate with the east-meet-west elements.


New Year Indulgence at The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Macau

Guests are invited to round off their Lunar New Year with a glittering New Year Indulgence Package at The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Macau. The two-hour treatment package, begins with a soothing body exfoliation to soften the skin, followed by a relaxing body massage paired with the signature massage oil. Guests will complete their journey with a customized face cleanse, and walk out of the spa radiant with a complimentary “Clean & Glow” spa gift as well as a MOP 300 spa treatment voucher.


The gourmet delights at The Ritz-Carlton, Macau are sure to bring the entire family together for a prosperous Chinese New Year, with the best blessing for ringing in the joyous Year of the Golden Rat, and the New Year Indulgence Package at The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Macau is a wonderful treat to start the new year. For bookings and enquiries please contact (853) 8886 6706 or email

Chuck a Snag on the Barbie this Australia Day

Chuck a Snag on the Barbie this Australia Day, on Feather & Bone’s Mid-levels Rooftop

$200 from Each Sale to be Donated to Bush Fire Relief

Hong Kong’s favourite butcher, Feather & Bone, invites Aussies and others to celebrate Australia Day on 25 January. To mark the best day of the year in true-blue Aussie fashion, the premium butcher will host an afternoon of delicious eats and no-fuss bevvies on their Mid-levels rooftop.


The party will run down under the Robinson Road escalator from noon to 5pm, calling all to revel in nationalistic pride with free-flow frothies, wine and gin & tonics by Four Pillars and Capi.


Guests can enjoy a variety of appetisers including fresh salads, cheese and charcuterie – followed by a feast of unlimited homemade sausages. The all-Australian menu is complete with sweet treats in the form of good old Fairy Bread and freshly baked Lamingtons.


Attendees can shake a leg to Triple J’s ‘Hottest 100’ all afternoon and chant ‘Aussie Aussie Aussie’ till sun-down. Tickets are HK$600 all-inclusive, available for purchase in-store or online at and HK$200 from each sale will be donated to the New South Wales Rural Fire Service to support Bush Fire Relief in Australia.


Shop details:

Feather and Bone – Mid-Levels – Restaurant

Address: Shop 1, G/F, 38 Shelley Street, Soho

Tel: +852 2179 6211

Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday 7am – 10pm; Friday 7am – 10:30pm; Saturday 8am – 10:30 pm; Sunday & Public Holidays 8am – 10pm



A Luscious Afternoon Tea Experience presented by

Hotel ICON and Japan’s Famous Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory

Hong Kong’s gourmands no longer have to travel to Japan to indulge in heavenly cheeses and decadent dessert creations made with legendary Hokkaido milk and cream. On 2 January, industry innovator Hotel ICON launches its most decadent collaboration yet – the Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory Afternoon Tea at GREEN.


Featuring the famed Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory’s most sought after desserts and snacks along with an exclusive menu created by Hotel ICON’s esteemed Pastry Chef Danny Ho, this distinctive teatime experience is a must-try for dessert and cheese aficionados from around the globe.


The sunlit dining room at GREEN, flanked by the city’s largest indoor vertical gardens is the ideal locale to host two months of divine indulgence, running through 29 February.


Diners may begin with their choice of house made lemonade, gourmet illy Coffee or fine TWG Tea, before feasting on a basket of Hotel ICON’s Traditional Scones with Clotted Cream and Jam. A bountiful spread of Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory sweet treats follow including highlights such as the Hong Kong Exclusive Yuen Yeung Cookie, Milk Cheesecake made with French cream cheese and Hokkaido milk, the Jersey Milk Roll made with Hokkaido Jersey milk and mascarpone cheese, Japanese Rice Pudding with Tropical Mango, and the Cow Cow Puff — a tantalising puff pastry shell made of camembert cheese cookie dough, baked to golden perfection, and generously filled with a distinctive cream cheese blend of Hokkaido mascarpone, camembert, and specially selected fresh cream — a richly alluring creation that is a must-try for cheese lovers.


Diners can then indulge in savoury highlights like Crispy Cheese and Tomato Dip, Chicken Teriyaki on Toast and Roasted Eel on Toast, before completing the luscious and luxurious afternoon tea experience with unlimited Signature Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory Hokkaido Jersey Milk Soft Serve and heavenly free-flowing swirls of the Hotel ICON exclusive Yuen Yeung Soft Serve Ice Cream.

Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory Afternoon Tea

Period: 2 January 2019 – 29 February 2020
Time: First Seating: 3:00pm – 5:00pm

Second Seating: 5:00pm – 7:00pm



GREEN, G/F, Hotel ICON, 17 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Prices: HK$328 per person | HK$598* for two people

*Prices are subject to a 10% service charge

Enquiries: (852) 3400 1300 or