Three Michelin-starred Afternoon Set Menu at T’ang Court

Three Michelin-starred Afternoon Set Menu at T’ang Court

In celebration of T’ang Court’s three Michelin-award recognition for six consecutive years, the culinary team at the exquisite Cantonese restaurant has put together a brand new Starry Afternoon Set menu. The experience, which spotlights Master Chef Wai Keung Kwong’s signature dishes Baked stuffed crab shell with crab meat and onion, Stir-fried Japanese Wagyu beef with green vegetables, spring onion and shallots, Sautéed prawn and crab roe with golden-fried pork and crab meat puff, and more. The menu will be available daily from 2pm to 4pm, and is priced at HK$988 for two persons; or to experience an upgraded dining at HK$1,388 for two persons with a glass of Brut or Rosé champagne per person.

Three Michelin-starred lunch set and cuisine straight to your home

Staying home to enjoy three Michelin-starred cuisine –T’ang Court also provides takeaway and delivery menu: Dim sum lunch set (rotating menu from Monday to Saturday) only at HK$400 (HK$320 after 20% discount) and 20% discount on the award-winning authentic Cantonese a la carte as well as the new Starry Afternoon Set menu on self-collect orders.


Morton’s The Steakhouse has partnered with dry-aged steak experts The Butchers Club to offer their restaurant’s iconic American premium steak cuts at home.

Those craving the exceptional texture and rich flavor of a classic Morton’s steak dinner during lockdown can visit The Butchers Club online store and select from 11 cuts and combinations of USDA prime wet-aged beef. Items like the 160z USDA Prime Ribeye, a fantastic option for serving tagliata-style for two, offersexceptional value at only HK$408 while Morton’s signature 24oz USDA Prime Porterhouse is a steal at only HK$468. The coveted cut is wet-aged for 21 to 28 days and offers the best of two sought-after steaks: the New York strip and filet.

Those looking to feed the whole family will enjoy thoughtfully curated meat packs like The Best Trio(HK$1,138) comprised of a 12oz USDA Prime Filet Mignon, 16oz USDA Prime Ribeye and hefty 20oz USDA Prime New York Strip.

Delivery is free when spending over HK$600 and pick-up is available from The Butchers Club’s Wan Chai, TST or Taikoo locations.

Zoku at The Hari Hong Kong in Wan Chai A tasteful tribute to Japanese flavours

Located on the second floor of The Hari Hong Kong, Zoku Restaurant & Terrace dispenses with the trappings of austerity and zen to serve up a refreshing take on Japanese cuisine centred on quality and ingenuity. Meaning “clan” in Japanese, Zoku sets the stage for the city’s cognoscenti to meet and indulge.

Under the guidance of Chef de Cuisine Phillip Pak, who has worked alongside renowned chef Nobu Matsuhisa, Zoku employs seasonal Japanese produce to reimagine classics for the modern palate.  Ranging from sushi and tempura to kushiyaki and heartier mains, Zoku’s wide menu promises to tantalise and delight.

Whet the appetite with the Wagyu Dumplings ($188) which features generous mounds of minced beef deftly encased in a paper-thin wrapper, steamed and pan-fried to yield a juxtaposition of tender and crisp textures. The juicy pot stickers are paired with soy vinegar and fragrant garlic oil, topped with fresh scallions.

Seafood lovers will love the Crispy Spring Roll ($148) which sees shrimp and scallop mousse wrapped in a delicate house-made tuille accompanied with a smooth edamame purée dip. Folded into crunchy slivers of pickled radish, Yellowtail Sashimi ($288) slices are dressed in a bright yuzu soy sauce and garnished with serrano pepper for a subtle heat. Snow Crab with Baby Spinach ($228)sees plump snow crab legs swathed in crispy phyllo pastry wisps, served with a baby spinach and heirloom carrot salad tossed in yuzu vinaigrette.

Served in pairs, the kushiyaki will make an excellent addition to the table. Juicy morsels ofWagyu ($188), Salmon ($108) and more are skewered and grilled over binchotan and glazed in a choice of tare, shiso or spicy miso sauces to finish.

Sushi lovers will love the rotating selection of Temaki Handrolls (ranging $88 to $188 per roll), a canvas for chef Phillip’s culinary creativity. Crisp sheets of nori and chewy short-grain rice make the perfect backdrop to the season’s finest produce, each one thoughtfully complemented with accoutrements to ensure the best flavours and textures in every bite. For starters, diners can look forward to delectable pairings of toro and caviar, botan ebi and uni, and much more.

Chef Pak’s modern sensibilities are best expressed through the mains. Diners can taste Japanese cuisine at its most decadent with theWagyu Steak ($428/100g). Sourced from Miyazaki Prefecture, a region known for its abundance of spring water and fine beef, A5 wagyu striploin is grilled over binchotan to medium rare and crowned with a large slab of foie gras. The richness of the proteins is countered by the sweet punchiness of grilled scallions and spicy miso sauce. Another favourite, the toothsome Chilean Seabass ($288) is basted in yuzu herb butter to achieve a golden crust and lavished with oyster cream for an added brininess; sautéed brussels sprouts and grilled maitake complete the dish.

A selection of light Japanese sweets will tempt even the most determined dessert detractors. Highlights include the coconut-infused Mochi Cake with Coconut Sorbet ($118), draped with miso caramel that verges on savoury, and the ethereal Tofu Cheesecake ($118) paired with matcha ice cream and cinnamon crumble.

To pair with the food, Bar Manager Sabrina Cantini Budden has created a concise selection of imaginative, multi-sensory cocktails that draw inspiration from Japanese flavours and culture. Sip on Suzie Wong ($108) inspired by eponymous heroine in the 1957 novel “The World of Suzie Wong” – a cheeky concoction of whisky, rose syrup, cucumber and yuzu soda jazzed up with a spritz of rose water tableside. Meaning “those who love piling up books at home without reading them” in Japanese, Tsundoku ($108) features daijingo sake, gin, peach, cranberry, ginger and soda, garnished with a paper crane on the side as a nod to its namesake. Zoku’s beverage list comprises a wide variety of sakes, shochus, Japanese whiskies, and fine wines that will carry the party into the night.

Zoku is open from Monday to Sunday. At lunch, a set menu is available offering rice bowls and bento sets. Walk-ins are welcome and reservations can be made here.

Wood lodge-style Café THE ALP lands at Causeway Bay

Bringing on Japanese-fusion bites, artisanal coffee and hustle-free dining experience, straight from “The Japanese Alps”

Tucked away in the one-of-a-kind, unprecedented Japanese lodge-style Lounge Hakuba is the brand’s subsidiary culinary line and cafe THE ALP, where Japanese-Western-fusion light meals and artisanal coffee serve up authentic, comforting vibes straight from “The Japanese Alps” – Nagano. Inspired by the Japanese philosophy “ikigai”(生き甲斐), or better known as “the reason of being”, THE ALP is founded to hold space for diners, where they find nourishment and fulfilment in their belly as well as in their soul. With its prime location at the heart of Causeway Bay, city-dwellers can surely benefit from the tranquillity and refreshing bites at this hidden urban oasis.

Recreating Brunch, light eats and artisanal coffee with Japanese ingredients & a fusion twist, all realized by a young, dynamic multicultural crew

Inside the kitchen is a group of young, passionate Nepalese up-and-coming sous chefs, led by Nepalese-born, Italian-restaurant-trained Chef Sajal, where he passes on his naturally-fused Nepalese-Italian-Japanese culinary flair. THE ALP offers an array of mains and light meal options made with Japanese ingredients, such as its signature Sando, snacks and drinks. The culinary team is also renowned for its Japanese twist in reinventing the mainstream Brunch as served in its fellow cafes. Taking its Scattered Soba Bowl (HK$118) as an example, this alternative all-day breakfast comprises of 5 wholesome ingredients, including soba, pumpkin, and chicken, which are all specialty products of Nagano, the home of Hakuba. The 4 remaining signature dishes are namely Beef mountain donburi (HK$118)BEEF SANDO (HK$108), Avocado Sourdough (HK$98) Crispy Buttermilk Drumsticks (HK$128). Cooked to perfection and glazed with Japanese mushroom sauce, the Beef mountain donburi’s slow cooked striploin is piled up as a “mountain” and topped with a freshly made poached egg and deep-fried onion, recreating the classic “gyudon” (beef bowl) with a Western touch. BEEF SANDO’s winning combo of slow-cooked beef striploin, crispy onion and thick Japanese “shokupan” bread makes a good old classic, served with homemade BBQ sauce for extra mouth-watering flavours. Vegetarians may fancy THE ALP’s Avocado Sourdough – a creamy avocado bruschetta smash paired with fresh cherry tomatoes and feta cheese for a timelessly riveting combo, deep-fried lotus chip for garnishing, and the specially made mint sauce for a dash of freshness. Crispy Buttermilk Drumsticks is a flavourful main of Nepalese origins, where juicy drumsticks are paired with tamarind puree and crushed pistachio sprinkles, adding a taste of Nepalese flair to the menu.

The Izakaya-style snacks are just as fascinating. What’s worth noting is the café’s staple Yuzu Honey-glazed Chicken Wings (HK$78) and Charcoal-grilled yakitori skewers (HK$78). While the former is made with a secret recipe of the perfectly balanced yuzu-honey sauce, the latter comes in various pork and chicken cuts, all marinated with sake and custom-made sauces.

Delicacies aside, the young local barrister team from THE ALP serves artisanal coffees, ranging from house blend, cold brew to hand drip coffee. The house blend is roasted locally, composed ofimported beans from Guatemala and Brazil.The house blend offers refined red sugar, chocolate and citrus flavours that melts in the mouth. The café also shakes up a few seasonal single origin beans for advanced coffee lovers to further explore. For non-coffee drinks, Chai Latte (HK$45) and Mint Cucumber Soda (HK$38) are also something not to be missed.

A Japanese wood lodge design, for an unparalleled Japanese ambience in Hong Kong

Taking advantage of its exceptional ceiling height, the café has created its signature structure of tan wood beams. Together with fabric sofa, wooden tables and chairs, the design cultivates a natural dining space, bringing forth a surprisingly cozy ambience that sends one off to ski resorts in Japan. As for the outdoor space, café hoppers can expect brand collaborations, music gigs, art events and workshops happening in this space. Stay tuned to THE ALP’s official social media platforms for the latest updates.

Address: Unit 302, 3/F, Tower 535, 535 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9 am – 6 pm

Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays 1030 am – 6 pm

(In lieu of arrangements under the government’s gathering ban, please follow THE ALP official social media platforms for latest updates)

Contact number: 2111 1707



To celebrate the Chinese New Year,Michelin-starred Ming Court at Cordis, Hong Kong offers a selection of newly launched New Year hampers and two premium Chinese New Year puddings. Executive Chef Li Yuet Faat has also crafted a series of auspicious dishes to welcome the Year of the Ox.

Festive Hampers:

Deluxe Chinese New Year Hamper
Original price: HK$1,588
Early bird special price (purchase from now until 22 January 2021): HK$1,488
Premium Chinese New Year Hamper
Original price: HK$2,388
Early bird special price (purchase from now until 22 January 2021): HK$2,288
–        Ming Court Coconut Chinese New Year Pudding

–        Ming Court Homemade XO Sauce

–        Ming Court Homemade Caramelised Walnuts

–        South African Premium Abalone (Six-Head)

–        Ming’s Tea

–        Sommelier Selected Red Wine                     (Red Label Shiraz, McLaren Vale, Clarence Hill, 2016)

–        Ming Court Coconut Chinese New Year Pudding

–        Ming Court Homemade XO Sauce

–        Ming Court Homemade Vegetarian Bean Curd Sauce

–        Ming Court Homemade Caramelised Walnuts

–        Ming Court Homemade Black Pepper Cashew Nuts

–        South African Premium Abalone (Six-Head)

–        Sliced Dried Sea Conch andShiitake Mushroom Gift Box

–        Ming’s Tea

–        Sommelier Selected Champagne (Taittinger Reserve, Brut Champagne, France)


Festive Puddings:

Ring in the year of the Ox with Ming Court’s premium puddings. Symbolising prosperity and abundance, the Coconut Chinese New Year Pudding and Abalone, Conpoy, Air-Dried Preserved Meat & Turnip Pudding are both the all-time favourites.

Each pudding is packed in a specially designed container which can be converted into an exquisite candy box, offering the beloved family and friends the candy box filled up with a variety of snacks along with blessings during the Chinese New Year.

Coconut Chinese New Year Pudding
Original price: HK$268
Early bird special price (purchase from now until 22 January 2021): HK$215

Along with grated coconut as topping, the smooth and chewy pudding brings a rich flavour of coconut which is perfect to steam or pan-fry.

Abalone, Conpoy, Air-Dried Preserved Meat & Turnip Pudding
Original price: HK$328
Early bird special price (purchase from now until 22 January 2021): HK$263

Made with Whole Supreme Abalone, Conpoy, Rose Wine Chinese Preserved Sausage and Air-Dried Preserved Meat, the classic pudding has been designed with carefully weighed and apportioned ingredients to infuse a rich flavour of shredded radish into every bite.

The auspicious Chinese New Year Puddings and Hampers are available to order from now until sold out. For bulk order of 20 boxes or more Puddings or 10 boxes or more Hampers on or before 22 January 2021, guests may enjoy an extra discount. For orders, please click here, complete the order form and email, or place order online. For enquiries, please call (852) 3552 3301.

New Year Feasts:
Executive Chef Li Yuet Faat and his team have also designed an array of luxurious Cantonese delicacies for guests to celebrate the beginning of another successful year.

Enjoy festive culinary temptations with Chinese New Year dim sum specials including Brown Rice Pasta Roll, Steamed, Vegetarian Spring Roll, Deep-Fried (HK$88) and New Caledonia Blue Prawn Dumpling, Minced Iberico Pork, Water Chestnut, Yuzu Wrap, Steamed  (HK$88), available for lunch from 12 to 21 February 2021.

Chinese New Year delights such as New Caledonia Blue Prawn, Salted Egg Yolk, Stir-Fried (HK$398); Yunnan Ham, Dried Oyster, Bacon, Honey Osmanthus Sauce, Pan-Fried (HK$328); and Leopard Coral Garoupa, Yunnan Ham, Shiitake, Turnip, Asparagus, Fish Consommé, Braised  (HK$588) should not be missed. Menus are available for both lunch and dinner from 12 to 21 February 2021.

Guests may also share the Michelin-starred flavor with their beloved family during the Chinese New Year. The Ming Court Festive Casserole (HK$1,328) featuring an array of delicate ingredients such as Whole Abalone, Fish Maw, Sea Cucumber, Shiitake Mushroom, Dried Oyster, Conpoy, Okinawa Mozawa seaweed, Goose Web and Lettuce, take-away is now available and dine-in is available from 12 to 21 February 2021 at Ming Court.

The casserole is perfect for four persons to share. Top up by adding HK$228 for a Ming Court signature BBQ dish including barbequed pork loin, chicken baked in rock salt, crispy-skin chicken or roasted goose. Take-away order may be made at +852 3552 3028.

Ming Court bookings may be made at +852 3552 3028 or on

*Prices are subject to a 10% service charge.

Honi Honi Launches Ultimate Urban Oasis ‘Maka Hiki Lounge’ In collaboration with The Upper House

Maka Hiki Lounge by Honi Tiki Cocktail Lounge, Asia’s first tiki bar, has launched at The Upper House this January, creating an unrivalled city escape with a day-to-night concept that draws crowds from hotel guests to passers-by. Open from now until 31 May 2021, the pop-up offers an extensive menu of drinks and bar bites inspired by islands from around the world, as well as regular events, giving everyone the opportunity to experience this sophisticated spin on tiki culture.

Meaning “new beginning”, this unique collaboration, located within the lush greenery of The Lawn and Level 6, is an elegant tiki haven with two distinct personalities. From early morning 8am, Maka Hiki Lounge is a one-of-a-kind alternative all-day café serving light breakfast and daily specials, with teas from homegrown brand Plantation by teakha, CBD-infused beverages, and “12 Noon” juices, to satisfy all tastes.

From 12pm to 11pm daily, Maka Hiki Lounge and The Upper House kitchen team present refreshing bar bites, featuring Poké Miso Cones, Cubano Pulled Pork Sandwich, Cod Fish Acras, Jamaican Jerk Chicken Skewers, BBQ Pineapple Beef Mini Burgers and more. For sweets, Maka Hiki Lounge introduces its Rhum Baba infused in a delicious and aromatic rum syrup.  A specially curated wine selection is also available.

Sundown brings a wide collection of rums and a selection of Honi Honi’s signature cocktails to the table, including Honi Collins (HK$120) , The Four Wise Monkeys (HK$120) and Bikini Girl (HK$120). Original Maka Hiki Lounge creations such as the tequila-based Tik Tok Tiki (HK$140), The Dead Shaman (HK$160) made with baijiu and homemade falernum liqueur, Angry Pirate (HK$150) consisting of a combination of rums, or the founders’ personal favourite, the Maka Hiki Punch (HK$180)created with the freshest available ingredients with a tropical twist. Craft beers Moonzen and Young Master from Hong Kong and Kona from Hawaii are also offered.

A variety of lively events will be hosted and open to the public, including Naugh’tiki TuesdaysWine Not Wednesdays, exclusive Cigar and Rum TastingsTiki Cocktail Clubs, a fun behind-the-bar cocktail making workshop led by a tiki cocktail expert, and monthly Guest Bartending Shifts from Hong Kong’s most prominent mixologists as part of the MHD World Class Series.

Honi Managing Director, Max Traverse said, “We are very excited to collaborate with The Upper House – providing a sanctuary for people who are craving a sense of escapism from the bustling city and their everyday lives. Maka Hiki Lounge was designed around the reinvention of the classic tiki concept and represents a sophisticated ‘tiki-chic’ Polynesian vibe with timber and bamboo, with an unmissable outdoor terrace showcasing an oasis of lavish greenery. The exciting events that we have lined up will also give people the opportunity to experience tiki culture in the heart of the city.”

Those looking to extend their escape at the oasis, can enjoy a luxurious staycation at The Upper House. Priced from HK$2,880 up, “24-Hours at Our House” includes a one-night stay, daily set breakfast for two, a round of drinks at Maka Hiki Lounge and more.

Maka Hiki Lounge

Address: The Lawn and Level 6, The Upper House, Pacific Place 88 Queensway

Opening Hours:

Sunday – Wednesday 8am – 12am

Thursday – Saturday 8am – 1am

Until 31st May 2021

To make a table reservation, contact: +852 9836 7463.

To make a room reservation, contact: +852 3968 1111 or


Facebook: @MakaHikiLounge

Instagram: @MakaHikiLounge

Official Hashtags: @MakaHikiLounge #MakaHikiLounge @TheUpperHouse #TheUpperHouse

Nan Bei restaurant at Rosewood Bangkok



Chinese Executive Chef Matthew Geng of Nan Bei restaurant at Rosewood Bangkok has lined up prosperous and indulgent feasts to usher in the Year of the Ox. Diners can celebrate long-lasting traditions in style amidst the lyrical décor with a choice of two menu sets designed to suit both family reunions and business occasions. The Chinese New Year exclusive sets will be availablefrom February 5 to 14, 2021 for dine-in lunch and dinner as well takeaways.

The Longevity Set is suitable for four to six people, for THB8,888. The feast includes authentic heirloom recipes by Chef Geng, such as Honey-Glazed BBQ Kurobuta Pork, Braised Abalone with Goose Web, Wagyu Tenderloin with Black Pepper Sauce, and Squirrel Fish.

For a bigger group, Nan Bei offers the Prosperity Set, suitable for eight to 10 people and priced at THB25,000. The delectable Chinese spread includes elevated and signature dishes like Hokkaido Scallop with Scallion Oil, Peking Duck, Spotted Grouper with Light Soy Sauce, Fish Maw with Abalone Sauce, Tiger Prawns with Jumbo Green Asparagus and Salted Egg, and Abalone Rice with Truffle and Abalone Sauce.

This year, Nan Bei adds an On The Move option for those who want to save and dine within the comfort of their own home. The Longevity Set and Prosperity Set will be available for pick-up at THB7,888 and THB18,888 respectively. A minimum two-hour advance order is required.

For more information and reservations, please contact +66 2 080 0080 or Nan Bei operates from Wednesdays to Sundays. Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and dinner from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Rosewood Bangkok On The Move is available at

Black Truffles Shine on LucAle’s Seasonal Menu

LucAle has launched a seasonal Black Winter Truffle Menu showcasing Alba’s finest black gold morsels.


A classic Beef Tartare gets an Italian twist with the addition of Crema di Gorgonzola, hazelnuts and blueberry (HK$388). The revolutionary take on a beloved dish is simultaneously nutty and creamy, with an unparalleled earthy aroma derived from the premium tartufo nero.


Renowned for their authentic Italian pasta dishes, it will come as no surprise that this section of LucAle’s menu benefits from a dose of black truffle this winter. The Raviolo Gigante (HK$408) features an extra-large ricotta-stuffed ravioli, mascarpone and egg yolk in a black truffle and green pea cream sauce.


Those seeking a heartier meal will enjoy the Filetto di Manzo all Rossini (HK$588) – a perfectly-cooked beef tenderloin elevated with not only black truffle, but buttery foie gras and spinach.


LucAle’s all-new black truffle dishes are available from now until the end of March.

Address: Shop A, 100 Third Street, Sai Ying Pun

Phone: +852 3611 1842 / WhatsApp +852 9843 6620


Facebook/Instagram: @lucalehk


cafe TOO Create Your Own Buffet to Go

Till 28 February 2021

Bring home a scrumptious international buffet spread. Guests can choose 2 starters, 2 soothing soups, 2 Western delicacies, 2 Asian specialties from the buffet menu, along with an assorted dessert sampler, priced at HKD 588 for 2 persons.

Available from 12 pm to 8 pm (Last order at 7 pm) daily.


  1. 15% off on pick-up and delivery orders
  2. Complimentary delivery to one Hong Kong Island address for any purchase of HKD 1,500 net or more.

Offer details and menu:


Indulge in the Three Michelin-starred traditional Cantonese cuisine and festival puddings

 In celebration of the Year of the Ox, The Langham, Hong Kong reveals its exciting array of festive offerings including luxury authentic Cantonese gourmets, signature handcraft silky puddings, the first-ever-launched deluxe abalone poon choi, festive takeaways all from three Michelin-starred T’ang Court, as well as scrumptious made-to-order Taste of The New Year buffet at The Food Gallery, to usher in good fortune and prosperity in the new year.

Chinese New Year Specialties at T’ang Court

As one of a few Cantonese restaurants in the world to receive Three Michelin Stars, Chinese Master Chef Kwong Wai Kwong together with T’ang Court’s Executive Chef Wong Chi Fai, lead the talented culinary team to compose a distinctive menu of Chinese New Year specialties for those who yearn for exquisite and authentic culinary creations. Menu includes Braised Alaskan Crab Meat and Bamboo Fungus Rolls filled with Bird’s Nest in Pumpkin Soup with Crab Roe Topped which brings every guest good fortune in the coming year, Scrambled Egg White, Fresh Milk with Sliced Fresh Lobster and Yunnam Ham symbolises health and wisdom, Sauteed Scallops with Asparagus, Yellow Fungus in Taro Nestoffers wealth and surplus that everyone loves. For guests who wish for a healthy life should indulge in the Stewed Bamboo Fungus Rolls filled with Asparagus, Crab Meat and Roe Topped.

Additionally, T’ang Court has meticulously created specialty dim sum selections, including Steamed Semi-Dried Oyster with Shrimp Paste, Sea Moss with Abalone Sauce, Baked Pastries filled with Diced Semi-Dried Oyster, Black Mushroom and Yunnan Ham, Steamed Diced Abalone, Fish Maw and Black Mushroom Dumplings, and many more.

The exclusive Chinese New Year menu will be offered during the first to the seventh day of the lunar calendar from 12 February until 18 February 2021. Dim sum selections will be served during the lunch period only. Takeaway is also available at a 20% discount.

For reservations and enquiries, please call +852 2132 7898 or

T’ang Court Three Michelin-starred Poon Choi

Especially designed by the award-winning culinary team from T’ang Court, the three Michelin-starred Deluxe Abalone Poon Choi is debuted this year to provide the best luxurious experience for family and friends to cheers to the Chinese New Year in an authentic way. Perfect for four to six persons and served in a traditional clay-pot, the poon choi is filled with auspicious ingredients including Whole Ten-head Abalone, Fish Maw,Dried Oyster, Conpoy, Beche-de-mer, Black Mushroom, Fresh Prawns, Goose Webs, Marinated Chicken, Pork Belly, Taro, Radish, Bean Curd Skin and Sea Moss. Takeaway option is also available, with free delivery to Kowloon district when purchasing two or more poon choi.

  Dine-in Takeaway
4 – 6 Persons HK$2,888 (+10% service charge) HK$2,888 or
HK$3,888 (including a 1.5L bottle of red wine or champagne)


Click here to order Deluxe Abalone Poon Choi from T’ang Court. For reservations and enquiries, please call +852 2132 7898 or

T’ang Court Handcraft New Year Puddings

Meticulously crafted with the finest ingredients with the traditional recipes by the three Michelin-starred culinary team of T’ang Court, three legendary handcraft puddings are presented in elegant gift boxes, are the perfect hearty gift for the new year to be shared with family and friends.

The festive flavours include the sought-after Turnip Pudding with plentiful sweet turnip hand-shredded by the culinary team, the classic New Year Pudding and the popular Taro Pudding filled with conpoy and dried shrimp.

Click here for T’ang Court’s Chinese New Year Pudding order form where vouchers will be accessible starting from 8 January 2021, and puddings are available for collection from 18 January to 10 February 2021 between 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. at T’ang Court 1st floor reception.

New Year Pudding HK$198
Turnip Pudding HK$218
Taro Pudding HK$218


Save 20% off the regular prices for purchases of more than 20 boxes and 25% off for more than 50 boxes (offer cannot be used in conjunction with each other or any other promotions).

For reservations and enquiries, please call +852 2132 7898 or

Taste of The New Year Buffet at The Food Gallery

Celebrate the prosperous year of the ox with a lip-smacking feast of traditional specials bringing good luck and fortune to family and friends at The Food Gallery. The abundant buffet showcases mouth-watering dishes such as Braised Abalone with Mushroom and Shanghai Brassica, Braised Dried Oysters, Black Moss and Roaster Pork, Stir-fried Cuttlefish with Sea Moss and Lotus Root, Steamed Bean Curd with Minced Shrimps and Crab Roe,Wok Fried Prawns, Honey Beans and Cashew Nuts and many more.

The Food Gallery also displays its signature fresh seafood-on-ice spread including oysters, chilled Boston lobsters, whelks, snow crab legs, mussels and more, all-time-favourite live cooking stations, sushi and sashimi bar, and decadent dessert counter full of festive cakes and Haagen Dazs ice-creams.

Taste of The New Year Lunch Buffet (Mon – Thu) Adult: HK $368, Child: HK $194
Taste of The New Year Lunch Buffet (Fri – Sun / Public Holiday) Adult: HK $408, Child: HK $204
Taste of The New Year Dinner Buffet (Mon – Thu) Adult: HK $708, Child: HK $354
Taste of The New Year Dinner Buffet (Fri – Sun / Public Holiday / Public Holiday Eve) Adult: HK $738, Child: HK $369


*Food selections in lunch buffet subject to availability, 10% service charge applies


Purchase online can enjoy an exclusive 25% discount. For reservations and enquiries, please call +852 2132 7898 or