Finally, the wait is over! After months of renovation and anticipation, InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong’s Mistral has taken a new look, and that doesn’t only include its newly refurbished interiors, but also a new direction to the scrumptious Italian dishes that delights the guests who pays Mistral a visit.
Though this cosy European restaurant is no new face to Hong Kong, it now has a new location in Lan Kwai Fong. Expect the same mix of Dutch and wider European dishes that have proved popular with diners over the last 17 years, in this new fresh location, from the Garnaaltjes (north sea shrimps) to oven roasted lamb shanks and rib eye steaks.
Renowned French-Vietnamese restaurant, Le Soleil at the Royal Garden, has prepared a new and stylish afternoon tea set. The set features the restaurant’s signature Vietnamese savory refreshments such as Vietnamese chicken and cabbage salad, crispy-fried Saigon spring rolls and steamed rice flour pouches. It also includes items with a creative touch, such as rice paper rolls with crab meat, and wax apple and rice cracker with lobster and green mango.
Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most important festivals in Chinese culture, a symbolic festival of unity. To celebrate this, we have the Fire Dragon Dance, Lantern displays, carnivals and, of course, mooncakes. To celebrate, WOM guide brings you the top five mooncakes you can buy right now in Hong Kong…