Italian Pizza Mania Regal Airport Hotel


Fancy mouth-watering pizzas – come and experience our authentic Italian flatbread creations at Café Aficionado and China Coast Bar & Grill.


Using the freshest local ingredients combined with imported Italian cheeses, homemade sauces and a choice of doughs (thin & crispy or thick & soft), we strive to produce the finest pizzas on Lantau Island.


We also offer fast oven pizza delivery service to your door. Let us satisfy your pizza passion!   


For enquiries and reservations, please call 2286 6238 or 2286 6898.

Super-luxe SKY 21

A New Landmark in Macau Tourism

Towering over a spectacular harbour view, the MOP $20 million super-luxury SKY 21 Bar and Restaurant is the new tourist landmark in the heart of the Macau enclave.

The 20,000 square feet, multi-media complex features SKY 21, the Pan-Asian dining area; SKY B, the ultra-modern lounge; SKY Life, the clubbing area and SKY Luxe, the luxury shopping counter. All located on two floors and a roof top deck. Sleek, smart, savvy and steeped in understated luxuriousness, SKY 21 is the ultimate have-it-all entertainment experience mixing the best in music with first-rate Pan-Asian and Continental cuisine, super-luxe shopping and out-of-this-world cityscape.

Floating like an oasis atop a sky-high landmark in a wild and gutsy city that is Macau, SKY 21 is a place where no desires are judged, no attitudes are tamed, and no tastes are ignored. Be you in the mood to mingle, splurge, dance, and party or simply to chill under the stars, at SKY 21, the sky’s the limit.

SKY 21 is equipped with state-of-the-art acoustics and visual enhancements for live musical performances, an ultra-modern lounge, an out-door balcony area for alfresco dining, and rooftop terrace offering superb view of Macau. SKY 21 also offers an exclusive environment for VIP dining and bar experience.

The buzz surrounding SKY 21 began in late last decade when SKY 21’s Managing Director Mr. Saree Xongmixay found in his city the lack of a sophisticated club that is a must-see destination for leisure and business travellers alike. Macau required a highly designed chic cityscape sought out by the more demanding global sophisticated travellers, SKY 21 fills that space.

“We want to build an entertainment and fine dining complex outside of the casinos and hotels environment that is up-scale, sophisticated and with a spectacular harbour and fireworks view, a chic lifestyle scene that is on par with the most glamorous cities of the world,” said Mr. Saree Xongmixay, Managing Director.

“Whether you're looking for an affordable yet chic harbor view restaurant to take your date, a warm, inviting lounge to play and chat with your friends, or an unpretentious happy hour spot, SKY 21 has something for every visitor, local and foreign, he added.

SKY 21 promises a powerful mix of entertainment elements that could only be found in this new Mecca of entertainment, fine dinner and clubbing.

To celebrate the opening, SKY 21 kicks off with a line up of jazz, party and DJ entertainment.  

SKY 21 Bar and Restaurant


Tel:                 (853) 2822 2122

Fax:                 (853) 2872 3335


Address?     21/F, AIA Tower, 251A – 301 Avenida Comercial de Macau, Macau

Cafe Kook at Kowloon Shangrila, Japanese Ramen




Chef Yutaka Sado from Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo will fly in as guest chef at Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong’s Café Kool and put on a show demonstrating his expertise in preparing Japanese ramen at the lunch and dinner buffets from 17 to 27 February 2012.  In addition to the Japanese Ramen Noodles with Barbecued Pork in Tonkotsu Broth, Chef Sado’s other specialities, including Yuba Wrapped Sea Bass and Wasabi Crusted Japanese Beef Tenderloin, will also be served on the buffets.


Chef Sado has over 14 years of culinary experience, starting with a number of local Japanese restaurants where he acquired the techniques and knowledge of traditional Japanese food, particularly in ramen noodle soup.  Prior to joining Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo as the banquet chef de partie, he was the sous chef of a luxurious boutique hotel in Kyoto.


At Café Kool, not only will Chef Sado dazzle guests with his expertise in preparing an authentic bowl of Tonkotsu ramen using fresh ingredients, but he will also share his skills and new cooking techniques with the restaurant chefs in order to bring the real tastes and elegance of Japanese cuisine to the Hong Kong culinary scene.  





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Presents The Art Of Ramen Making By Chef Sado


The buffets are available at the following times and prices:



Monday to Friday         Noon to 3 p.m.           Adult: HK$268  Child: HK$218

Saturday, Sunday           Noon to 3 p.m.           Adult: HK$318  Child: HK$258

and Public Holidays



Monday to Wednesday 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.        Adult: HK$458  Child: HK$368

Thursday                       6:30 to 9:30 p.m.        Adult: HK$508  Child: HK$408

Friday to Sunday,          6 to 9:30 p.m.             Adult: HK$508  Child: HK$408

and Public Holidays      


All prices are subject to a 10 per cent service charge.


Situated on the mezzanine level of Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong, Café Kool has a warm and upbeat ambience and offers buffets of authentic global cuisine prepared live in six open kitchens by an experienced team of culinary artists.  An extensive all?day?dining à la carte menu is also available.  Café Kool opens daily from 6 a.m. to midnight.  For reservations and enquiries, please call (852) 2733 8753.

Winter Warmers at Rocksalt


With the temperature dropping, it shouldn't be a surprise to find yourself hungry by the hour.  Instead of scouring your counters for a bag of chips, why not treat yourself to a meal that can both satiate your palates and keep you filled.  As cravings magnify this January, Executive Chef Cameron Gardiner whips up one abundant and “full-filling” menu that will surely satisfy your winter appetites and keep you warm.


We begin your meal with an array of exquisite appetizers, kicking it off with a serving of Braised Veal Ravioli with Porcini Sauce and Parmesan ($108).  However, if soup for starters is your thing, then the Butternut Pumpkin Cream Soup ($48) served with Herb & Garlic Toast would be just perfect.  Moving on, delectable mains await the eager diner, with a juicy Slow-Cooked Beef Brisket ($138), red meat cooked to tender perfection, served with black truffle potatoes and wild mushroom jus.  For those who prefer to have seafood, we also serve a fine Char-Grilled Ocean Trout ($158) accompanied by braised leeks, pancetta and lentil ragout.


As for dessert, nothing gets better than having spoonfuls of Classic Sticky Date Pudding ($48) to end your meal.  Relive sweet memories from your childhood days as you wipe your plate clear of moist sponge cake, caramel sauce, and vanilla cream with every bite.


Note: This menu is available from January 10 – February 10, 2012.  Please see complete menu with prices at the end of this press release.


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Culinary Excellence The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

Having opened for just eight months, the Chinese restaurant Tin Lung Heen and the Italian restaurant Tosca at The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong are proud to be recognized by one of the most well-regarded restaurant guides in the world – the MICHELIN Guide.

In the MICHELIN guide Hong Kong Macau 2012, Tin Lung Heen was awarded one Michelin star, one of the five new Chinese restaurants in Hong Kong to receive this prestigious honor. Tosca was recommended in the guide receiving three "forks and spoons", which in itself is a tremendous accolade in its first year of operations.

Pierre Perruset, General Manager of The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong commented, "I am delighted that Tin Lung Heen has garnered the one-star rating, an exceptional achievement in such a short period of time. I am equally delighted that Tosca has also been recognized and listed in the prestigious Michelin guide. This is the concerted efforts of all the ladies and gentlemen in the hotel and the restaurants, dedicated in crafting a distinctive and exceptional dining experience for the guests."

Chef Paul Lau, the Chef de Cuisine at Tin Lung Heen expressed, "My cooking philosophy is simple. The presentation can be innovative, but you always have to respect the traditional cooking methods and techniques. Ultimately, what I want to see are the smiling faces of the diners and I have to ensure every diner is able to taste and enjoy the food to its fullest."

Chef Lau is highly regarded as one of the top Cantonese chefs in Hong Kong. He is an expert in Chinese culinary arts with over 34 years of experience in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Guangzhou, as well as in Dubai and the UK.

Located on the 102/F, Tin Lung Heen presents refined authentic Cantonese cuisine at its best in town. It is a popular venue for Hong Kong's traditional Dim Sum complemented with a premium variety of tea. On the same floor, Tosca offers Southern Italian cuisine in a dramatically stylish backdrop. The open kitchen design and high ceiling complete the one-of-a-kind dining experience.

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Brasserie de L

Affordable northern French menu headlined by iconic ‘moules frites’
Hong Kong’s first authentic northern French brasserie has opened on Arbuthnot Road, Central. Brasserie de L’ile is styled after the region’s casual, affordable traditional brasseries – complete with al fresco street-side terrace for watching the world go by.
It specialises in the rich culinary heritage of northern France, headlined by the region’s beloved specialty ‘moules frites’ – mussels and French fries.
‘Moules frites’ is quintessential bistro food at its best. Like fish and chips in England and burgers and fries or hot dogs in the United States, it is an iconic comfort food pairing beloved from northern France through neighbouring Belgium to the Netherlands.
Families and groups traditionally share bowls of fries and pots of mussels, using empty shells to crack them open – and Brasserie de L’ile serves such large portions (800g) with “all you can eat” homemade fries at HK$258. Starter portions (400g) without fries are also served at HK$138.
There are many ways to serve the mussels, but the most classic is Mariniere – in a broth of white wine, onion, celery, thyme, laurel and butter.
Also on the menu are two variations from northern France – Normandie, with cider rather than wine, flavoured with tarragon, onion and apple; and Alsacienne, with leek, onion and bacon enriched with cream. More exotic modern variations include Ibérique, incorporating chorizo, saffron, garlic and onion; Roquefort, with the legendary blue cheese in cream sauce; Côte d’Azur, with pastis and cream with parsley and fennel; and Thai, in a green curry coconut milk sauce with eggplant and onion.
Platters of assorted cold cuts (pork rillettes, Bayonne ham, sausage and terrine) and cheese, including farmhouse specialties rarely found in Hong Kong, are traditional accompaniments to a glass of wine, at HK$168.
Main courses also focus on the rich seasonal produce of France – from beef tartare with fries (HK$228) and rib-eye steak with brandy and black pepper sauce and fries (HK$228) to duck leg confit with orange sauce and hash browns (HK$188) and breaded chicken escalope and mushroom sauce with mashed potatoes (HK$148).
Completing the culinary tour of French cooking are desserts (HK$68) of traditional tarte tatin with cream, crème brûlée, profiterolles with hot chocolate sauce and home-style bread pudding with jam and fruit.
For Christmas, celebrated on the evening of December 24th as per the tradition, Brasserie de L’ile offers a festive spread that includes pan-fried foie gras with caramelised apple and calvados, roasted turkey with chestnuts, cranberry and orange sauce and for desert a bread pudding with raisins and prunes and brandy custard sauce. The menu also includes a glass of Premiere Bulle Sparkling Wine (HK$550).
At the helm of Brasserie de L’ile is Bruno Gautier, a veteran chef from Brittany who grew up with the cuisine inspiring its menu.
Previously running his own farmhouse kitchen restaurant, he established exceptional seafood and artisan sources for the restaurant’s imported produce – including delicate bouchots mussels from the Bay of Mont Saint-Michel, and local producers of cheese, duck confit, foie gras, chocolate, mustard, gherkins, and even prized Sel de Guérande salt.
Restaurant manager Elliot Luckly added: “Our concept is following the dictionary definition of brasserie, as an unpretentious restaurant or tavern serving drinks with simple and hearty food.
“In Hong Kong, French food is generally considered formal and uptight, high class, very expensive, takes hours, and reserved for special occasions.
“But French brasserie cuisine is casual and affordable. It fits the lifestyle of Hong Kong people because it's unpretentious, affordable, and flexible with relatively quick service.
“Customers can drop by for drinks only, or for a quick bite, or for afternoon snacks and coffee reading books and magazines or working on laptops (enjoying free wifi), or prolonged dinners mingling with friends.”
The name Brasserie de L’ile is a play on words, reminiscent not only of the French northern industrial metropolis of Lille, which is especially famous for moules frites, but also the restaurant’s location on Hong Kong Island.
Contact details:
4 Arbuthnot Road
Central, Hong Kong
2147 2389
12pm to 1am – Monday to Saturday

Lifestyle Diva Bonnie Gokson

Lifestyle Diva Bonnie Gokson Launches ‘Small is Beautiful’…charming Café-Bar ‘c’est la B’
Hong Kong lifestyle diva Bonnie Gokson is launching a chain of “charming” neighbourhood café-bars branded c'est la B.
The flagship “hole-in-the-wall” venue held a Grand Opening event on November 24 at 110-114 Tung Lo Wan Road, Tai Hang – in a quaint street of shops conveniently close to luxury apartments above Causeway Bay along Tai Hang Road. Business will commence starting Monday November 28 and opens from 11:30am to midnight on a daily basis.
It is the first of a new café-bar brand hinting at the celebrity style icon’s name with a light-hearted reference to the French phrase for “c’est la vie” (“such is life”).
Seating only 30, c'est la B is deliberately conceived to reflect the same stylish yet whimsical concept as its creator – the style icon founder of fashionable penthouse restaurant SEVVA and more recently Ms B's CAKERY.
Brightly-coloured butterfly designs flutter like precious gems against a backdrop of dark charcoal interiors and black and white-striped floors to provoke a “feeling and humour and fun”. Another amusing signature is mismatched crockery.
“It’s all about fun and style, humour and life, colour and energy,” says Ms Gokson.
In Ms Gokson’s inimitable style, the menu combining more than 30 signature desserts and cakes with savoury pot pies, salads and baguettes can be enjoyed over special teas and coffees, a restorative cocktail or refreshing glass of wine or champagne.
“It’s a charming small café-bar for people to have a nice chill-out time enjoying our delectable desserts and hearty pies, or takeaways for their parties at home,” she says.
Among specialties are smaller “taster” sizes of well-known cakes from Ms B’s CAKERY, which opened earlier this year in Gough Street, Central.
Sweets include decadent, chocolate Heaven Can Wait; Panna Cotta & Fairy Dust Crunch of French vanilla panna cotta with biscotti 'dusts' and caramel crunch; and Moonstruck’d, a mango mousse with mango and pomelo chunks and chiffon that is “so yummy we had to put it in a cup”.
A new signature carrot cheesecake with a berry glaze designed as a takeaway for parties, is named “Blessing in Disguise” (a reference to c’est la B’s grand opening date which falls on the American Thanksgiving holiday) and weighs in at a hefty 1,200g, priced at HK$960.
Along with sugarless desserts, a selection of 'potted gems' includes Fatal Attraction of espresso jelly & cappuccino panna cotta, and Apple Granola Crumble, with Cheddar cheese.
The flagship’s venue was deliberately chosen for its “character and charm”. “It has a quaint, neighborhood charm about it,” added Ms Gokson.
The district is also renowned as a ‘Millionaire’s Mile’ of luxury, high-rise apartments. As she noted: “I have many friends living over that area and they are so happy a neighbourhood café-bar is opening.”
c'est la B:
Address – Shop 3, G/F, 110-114 Tung Lo Wan Road, Tai Hang, Hong Kong
Opening hours – 11:30am-midnight
Tel – (852) 2806 8168
Fax – (852) 2806 8360

Harakan-S, Japanese Dining Room

The recently re-opened Harakan-S, Japanese Dining Room launches:
“All you can eat” Brunch – Every Sunday in December ‘11

December is the month for festivities and celebrations, and eating is a big part of this. Harakan-S (re-launched in September ’11) will for the first time ever host an “all you can eat” brunch, served every Sunday in December from 12 noon to 3pm for a special promotional price of HK$388 per person (10% service charge does apply). A complimentary plate of top quality sea urchin will be presented to customers when coming with 3 friends or more and a special menu will be handed out during the period of which you may choose as much as you’d like from over the 60 different items available. Dishes available will include fresh sushi, tempura, hot and grilled items and some delectable desserts. The must-tries are the Sukiyaki and Shabu Shabu hot stations featured in the restaurant, a perfect meal for a cold winter day.

For an extra HK$99 you can enjoy sakes, plum wines, soft drinks/juices and coffee & tea as well, an irresistible deal.

Harakan-S has two private rooms to cater to those who prefer a little more privacy and the main dining room can seat up to 65 pax. Reservations required, please contact restaurant on the number below.

Harakan-S, Japanese Dining Room
Shop 311, Level 3
Lee Gardens Two
28 Yun Ping Road
Causeway Bay
Tel: 2882 8616

A New Nightlife Getaway on Wyndham Street

Looking for another marvelous night out? Be it on a weeknight or weekend, Cafe Deco Group’s newest bar in Central – Eivissa – transports everyone to a renowned Spanish island in the heart of the Mediterranean.
As one of the places to see and be seen, this drinking hotspot which seats up to 40 people is reminiscent of a bar in Ibiza. Tastefully designed with blue green-colored light waves and partitioned seating areas, the interior exudes a casual sophistication yet fun atmosphere. From 9pm onwards, DJ Patrice’s eclectic music lightens up everyone’s’ mood, making this place a great escape from the daily grind.
The extensive menu of over 40 beverage choices presented in fun and trendy iPad devices allow guests to choose their favorite drink with just a touch of a finger. Highlights include premium wine and champagne such as Louis Latour Gevrey Chambertin les Cru Les Chaumes Pinot Noir 2007 ($1,888) and Louis Roederer Cristal 1999 (Jeroboam 3L, $28,880), respectively. Eivissa Favorites, a section dedicated to specially crafted cocktails, showcases Old Cuban (Ron Zacapa 23 Years, Lime, Mint, Angostura Bitters, Champagne and Syrup) and East 8 Hold Up (Ketal One, Aperol, Pineapple Juice, Passion Fruit and Lime), each at $98. Enticing martinis in various flavors like Mango, Tiramisu and Elderflower are also served here.
Whether after-work or get-together drinks, guests can take advantage of the special Champagne Hour promotion offering Charles-Le-Bel for $80 per glass or $480 per bottle from 5pm to 8pm daily. During the same period, get 30% off on all standard drinks too.
Craving for some nibbles? Guests can munch on small bites like Spiny Lobster on Spiced Mango ($72), Smoked Salmon and Crabmeat with Sour Cream and Capers ($62), Organic Beef Cubes with Foie Gras ($72) or Seared Scallops with Chorizo and Potato Relish ($75).
Eivissa is located at 77 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, and it opens Monday to Saturday from 5pm until late. For reservations, please call +852 2520 5818 or email
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Shang Palace Restaurant at Shangri-la Kowloon


Kowloon Shangri La, Hong Kong’s Shang Palace restaurant is again awarded a two star rating in the fourth edition of the Michelin Guide for Hong Kong and Macau, which came out today.  The rating is based on the five criteria of quality of the products, value for money, mastery of flavour and cooking, “personality” of the cuisine and consistency between visits.  The Michelin two-star accolade denotes excellent cooking worthy of a detour.

Renowned for its Cantonese cuisine, Shang Palace delivers to every guest traditional and innovative dishes artistically prepared by Chef Mok Kit Keung and his team.  In 2008 and 2009, the restaurant was also awarded two Michelin stars.

“I am so proud of being a part of the Shang Palace culinary team, and it is an honour and a huge achievement for us to help the restaurant to get this prestigious recognition,” said Chef Mok.  The chef's signature dishes include Braised Bird’s Nest with Pumpkin Cream in Japanese Style; Braised Spare Rib in Chin Kiang Vinegar with Cabbage; Oven Baked Cod Fillet with Egg White and Conpoy; and Chilled Pumpkin Cream with Coconut Ice Cream and Black Glutinous Rice.

“We are very proud to be honoured by the Michelin Guide with a two-star rating.  It is truly a wonderful acknowledgement for our dedicated team to have its efforts recognised and rewarded.  I would especially like to congratulate Chef Mok for his commitment and creativity, and our experienced team of Chinese chefs, many of whom have been working at Shang Palace for 10 to 20 years, for ensuring Shang Palace’s culinary excellence.  This laurel signifies that not only do we maintain consistently high standards but also strive to meet the even higher expectations from our local supporters and international travellers,” said Wolfgang Krueger, area general manager of Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong.

Lavishly decorated in auspicious red and gold with traditional motifs imported from China, Shang Palace offers a range of dim sum, set lunch and à la carte menus for lunch from noon until 3 p.m. Monday to Saturday, and from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday.  Offering a range of set dinner and à la carte menus to tempt the discerning palate, the restaurant opens daily for dinner from 6:30 to 11 p.m.  For reservations, please call (852) 2733 8754.

Hong Kong-based Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts currently owns and/or manages 72 hotels under the Shangri-La, Kerry and Traders brands with a rooms inventory of over 30,000.  Shangri-La hotels are five-star deluxe properties featuring extensive luxury facilities and services.  Shangri-La hotels are located in Australia, Canada, mainland China, Fiji, France, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Maldives, Philippines, Singapore, Sultanate of Oman, Taiwan, Thailand and the United Arab Emirates.  The group has a substantial development pipeline with upcoming projects in Canada, mainland China, India, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Qatar, Sri Lanka, Turkey and United Kingdom.  For more information and reservations, please contact a travel professional or access the website at