- American Express
- Diners Club
- China Union
- Opening Hours: Tu-Sa 12:00-14:30, 18:00-23:00, Su 11:00-16:30
- Nearby Parking: Yes
- Valet Parking: Yes
- Reservations Accepted: Yes
- Delivery: No
- Takeaway: Yes
- Corkage Fee: 350
- Can accommodate large group: Yes, 24
- Children Friendly: Yes
- Pet Friendly: No
- Private Room Available: Yes, 24
- Dress Code: Smart Casual
- Post 11pm order: No
- Al Fresco: No
Suckling pig; Carabiniero, emulsion of milk, olive oil & quinoa; Flaky apple tarte
Tomato Herb Salad, Pine Nuts & Eggplant; Potato Leek Soup, Black Truffle & Black Potato
Whisk boasts a handpicked selection of over 200 wines at pricing which allows patrons to enjoy the world’s most exquisite vintages for much less than in any other five star hotel gourmet restaurant in Hong Kong and across the region.
Refined yet relaxed setting, after sunset, the venue flickering with hundreds of candle lights transforms itself into a romantic hideout to indulge in inventive menus and browse through a cellared collection of carefully selected, premium wine labels. Ideal for surprise romantic gestures, intimate dinners or wine gatherings with friends and private parties.
“WHISK serves simple luxury food, a menu people can understand,” notes chef Justin Quek, the master chef from Singapore explaining the concept behind the latest addition to revamped lifestyle hotel, The Mira Hong Kong. Adding, "WHISK is a hotel restaurant. It serves reasonably priced luxury dining for locals and tourists alike."
3 August 2010
Children's Cooking Class, Dine and Wine Thursdays, Hairy Crabs are Back, Gaddi's Sunday Bubbles Brunch, Facebook Fans Win, Mira's New Brunches, Summer Breeze, Wine Australia's HK Office
17 August 2010
New Chef, New Menu; Permanent Sake Saturday; Whisk's Brunch; Great Value Sets; Lotus Lunch $98; Olive's New Menu; New Chef @ Blue Smoke BBQ; Sha Tin 18 Extends Brunch
Whisk's Sunday Brunch
Dining trends can be as fickle as fashion trends, and to borrow a line from Heidi, one day you're in and the next day you're out. One dining option that is currently back in, is brunch, but not the humble brunch of the past. Brunch is now glamourous and in keeping with brunch's new look is the season's must have accessories: caviar, foie gras, lobster, Iberico ham, and let's not forget the free flow champagne.
Easter Feature 04: Seasonal White Asparagus
Home-Run Dishes for Chefs
You may wonder what “Home-Run dishes” are. Chefs grew up eating from all sorts of food, may them be dishes cooked by their family or simply dishes that were served as a specialty in their hometown, in short, they were “run by the home of the chefs”. These dishes helped inspire these chefs into creating what they put on their restaurant’s menu today. In this article we will look into a collection of dishes that made a mark to these chefs, and the creative twists they have added to help launch their special dish onto the restaurant menu.
Grabbing Good (but Quick) Lunches
While eating out is a lifestyle respected by many, eating out during lunch peak hours can be quite a pain. Let’s face it, even with a reservations made there are so many confounding variables that will affect your experience in the limited time you have for the middle meal of the day. Even worse is when you feel so constrained with time that you simply grab something you know you won’t remember the same evening, and loathe yourself for wasting the quota. Yes, lunching is not always easy especially during the week, but restaurants are starting to serve good lunches that can easily fit within the timeframe of most who don’t normally have 3-hour lunches. Here we introduce two good lunch options that we’ve tried that should satisfy in the quick for many.
Chillax with Weekend Brunches