Here’s more on the Pierre Hermé Paris-Hong Kong x Ritz Carlton Hong Kong’s newly launched afternoon tea. Full review of our visit at http://www.womguide.com/pierre-herme-paris-x-ritz-carlton-hong-kong-sweet-valentines-celebrations/…
Pierre Herme Paris is taking its chocolate and macaron creations to The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, opening a new retail outlet at the hotel’s lobby, as well as introducing two sets of the special Valentine’s Day afternoon tea sets, available from February 13 to 15 at Café 103 and The Lounge & Bar. Each featuring savory and sweet treats by the Ritz Carlton kitchen team as well as some of Pierre Herme’s favored macarons.
Owner of Mavericks, chef Austin Fry is bringing the hip crowd back to the busiest corner of Lan Kwai Fong. Boomshack is inpired by the vibrant food scene of the United States and its blend of cultures and flavours. Look for bestsellers such as the “Holy Kimchi” Burger, Beet Fries and Ice Cream Tacos.
After bringing hits like Motorino Hong Kong, Ho Lee Fook and Carbone to the dining scene in Hong Kong, “Black Sheep Restaurants” is hitting 2015 headlines with ‘Burger Circus’. The retro diner style burger restaurant seats up to 25, with a fine selection of burgers, snacks like Buffalo Wings and Jalapeno Poppers, as well as a good selection of made to order shakes and house-made sodas. Save room for desserts as well.
SAAM, Chef Patrick Dang’s new restaurant on Graham Street in Soho, will celebrate their first Valentine’s Dinner with a menu that embraces both the principles of Yin and Yang with a unique approach.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, when the magic of love, the thrill of romance and the art of seduction are celebrated. At Seasons by Olivier E., a special evening of romance awaits you – candlelight and special floral arrangements setting the tone for a romantic dinner for two.
Metropolitain is offering a special menu featuring tantalizing flavours for this 14 of February 2015.
Jointly presented by DiningCity and China Construction Bank (Asia) [“CCB (Asia)”], the bi-annual Hong Kong Restaurant Week returns this February with more variety of cuisines and restaurants. The 10-day long tasting event will be held from 27 February to 8 March, 2015 to offer Hong Kong food lovers the opportunity to sample specially-designed and fixed-price menus by new and popular restaurants across the city.
Tang Lung Street is a dining hot spot in Causeway Bay, now add The Point to the mix, as the new all-day-dining establishment serves up refreshing Italian fare from specialty pizzas to pasta. Signatures include a freshly baked 9-inch Margherita pizza, Roasted French Spring Chicken and Stone Oven Roasted Salmon.