Looking for new menus and dining deals? We’ve done the legwork and have rounded up everything (and everywhere!) you’ll want to eat this month.
We all know that it can be a tricky task keeping up to date with the latest dining news, but we’re here to give you a helping hand with everything happening in Hong Kong. Keep reading to find out all about the newest menus & dining deals in the city.
Until Saturday, 29 February you could be in luck when dining at select JIA Group Restaurants. As the name behind popular bars and restaurants including 208, Ham & Sherry, Chachawan, Old Bailey and more; to celebrate the new Lunar Year and Valentine’s the group is giving diners a chance to save! Those dining in at select JIA Group venues from January 13 to February 29 will receive a lai see packet containing a gift voucher. Guests can open the lai see immediately and redeem instantly, with the vouchers ranging from 10% to a whopping 100% off your bill – which is redeemable at select JIA bars and restaurants across the city.
JIA Group, multiple restaurants across Hong Kong, www.jiagroup.co
Kinship is sure to please diners this month with a brand new weekday lunch offering, along with a revamped brunch. The weekday lunch menu is served from 12pm and is priced at $198 for one course, $248 for two and $288 for three. Dishes on offer include beef tataki and dressed hamachi salad starters; parmesan and cauliflower risotto, seared red snapper and braised Australian beef cheek for mains; as well as delectable desserts of Mr. Whippy ice cream and lemongrass crème brulee.
When it comes to brunch, Kinship is sticking true to its British and American roots, with offerings including Southern biscuits and gravy, and roast sirloin of beef – while adding some new tempting egg dishes to the roster. New weekend specials include BBQ pork Bbenny ($168) and smashed avocado toast ($128). Don’t miss out on the free-flow package ($198), which includes unlimited glasses of Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cava, Asahi Beer and Gin & Tonics.
Kinship, 3/F LL Tower, 2 Shelley Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.kinshiphk.com
Another new brunch worth checking out this month can be found at Silencio. The modern Japanese izakaya’s all-new Jazzakaya Brunch starts at $458 per guest, which includes unlimited seasonal starters from the bar such as daily raw seafood, seasonal sashimi and maki, yakitori and grill, seafood and vegetable tempura, and more. Main course dishes include the likes of Wagyu fried rice with sofrito sauce, caramelised onion soy and housemade kimchi, lobster tempura with poached egg, yuzu hollandaise and mizuna salad on sake blini, and sushi donut with crispy rice, Hokkaido uni and North Korean uni. Guests can choose to go all out with the Gold Champagne Package ($658, includes food and two-hours free-flow Moet Imperial Brut NV), the Black Champagne Package ($958 , including free-flow Moet Grand Vintage 2012), or really splash out with the Boujee Package ($1,888, including free-flow Dom Perignon 2009).
Silencio, 6/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.silencio.hk
Before spring hits and the weather warms up in the city, Black Sheep Restaurants are inviting us to tuck into some winter warmers. Exclusively available on the group’s delivery service, GO, the likes of Taqueria Super Macho, Soul Food Thai, Uncle Desi Food & Sons, Artemis & Apollo and Hotal Colombo have all lined up some comfort food favourites. Amongst others, tuck into the Habanero-Roasted Chicken Burrito ($118) from Taqueria Super Macho, or opt for the indulgent Stuffed Cheese Paratha ($108) from Hotal Colombo, to help you to make the most of the season. What’s more, if you try all five dishes before the end of February, you’ll be able to redeem $250 GO credit. All you have to do is email the team at [email protected]!
Black Sheep Restaurants GO, www.delivery.blacksheeprestaurants.com
Looking for even more comfort food? Exclusively available throughout February, Morty’s (both Central and Wan Chai) will be serving up three new flavours of 100% US beef hotdogs. Already renowned in the city for serving top notch burgers, bagels and reubens, the new additions to the menu are sure to be a hit. Flavours include the chilli jalapeño dog with homemade chilli sauce, pickled jalapeño and cheddar cheese, the Mexican salsa dog with fresh guacamole and homemade corn salsa, and the wasabi mayo dog with homemade wasabi mayo and nori. Hurry, they’re only available from now until Saturday, 29 February!
Morty’s, Wing Fung Building, Wing Fung Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Morty’s, Jardine House, Shop 2-14, LG/F, 1 Connaught Place, Central, Hong Kong, www.mortys.hk
If you’re looking for a new great-value lunch around Central, head over to PIIN Wine Restaurant. The Michelin-recommended Cantonese wine restaurant is now serving a Bento Lunch on weekdays from 12pm to 2:30pm. The lunch starts at $178 and includes a chef’s appetiser combination, seasonal double boiled soup, as well as a main dish of choice. Mains include sweet and sour pork with red ginger and steamed rice ($178), Wagyu beef braised with flat rice noodles ($218), and the veggie-friendly mapo tofu with wild mushrooms ($158).
PIIN Wine Restaurant, 2/F, The Steps, H Code, 45 Pottinger Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.piin-hk.com
If you’re a fan of Japanese wagyu beef then don’t miss Fumi’s limited edition six-course Miyazaki Beef Menu. Featuring the highly-prized Miyazaki Beef as the star of the show, indulge in teppanyaki and sukiyaki, alongside a sashimi platter, soup and more. The special menu is priced at $880 (plus 10% service) per person and is available until Wednesday, 11 March.
Fumi, 6/F, California Tower, 30 – 36 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong, fumihk.com
Trying to eat a little less meat this year? Along with serving a range of Impossible burgers, Beef & Liberty is offering an extra plant-based special this January. The Quinoa ($109) features a house-made vegetable patty with quinoa, vegan cheddar cheese, onion and jalapeño. Topped with vegan mayonnaise, home-made mustard pickles, peppers and butter lettuce (all inside B&L’s vegan buns!), it’s 100% vegan goodness. Make yours a set for $146, which includes a side and a drink until 3pm at its Lan Kwai Fong, Stanley and Wong Chuk Hang locations.
Also helping us to eat a little greener this New Year, Alvy’s has launched a brand new vegan pizza and pasta! Promising to be just as tasty as the restaurant’s other mouth-watering dishes, both are made using plant-based Impossible meat and Daiya cheese. Available now the Alvygan pizza and Resolution Ravioli are sure to be hard to pass up.
Alvy’s, 8 Holland Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, www.facebook.com/AlvysHK
Curated by Executive Chef Rhys Cattermoul, don’t miss NOBU’s new culinary experience, featuring unique à la carte dishes which pay tribute to the unique culture and cuisine of Peru. The NOBU Nikkei Peruvian Experience will span the whole of 2020, with each season highlighting a different natural region of Peru. Beginning this month and running until March, the first set of dishes highlights the Puna Region. Dishes in the Andes Mountain Experience include roasted cauliflower taco with spicy yuzu foam, aji limo and avocado ($120), seafood ceviche roll rocoto with crispy peruvian purple potato ($165), and smoked wagyu steak with barley, mountain quinoa and chimichurri ($500).
NOBU, 2/F, InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, www.hongkong-ic.intercontinental.com
La Vache! is helping us to beat the January blues with the addition of steak sandwiches on its menu. Available exclusively on Black Sheep Restaurants’ delivery app GO, for $118 you’ll get a six-inch French baguette filled with La Vache!’s expertly-seared 5oz USDA Prime steak and béarnaise sauce, as well as a side of frites. The special steak baguette will only be available from 1 January to 31 January (daily, from 12:30pm to 2:30pm), so be sure to get yours before they’re gone!
La Vache!, available via www.delivery.blacksheeprestaurants.com
It’s a New Year and a host of new menus at Pirata’s MEATS this month. New a la carte dishes at the meat-centric eatery include U.F.C. (Ultimate Fried Chicken, $90), Wagyu Carpaccio ($120), BBQ Beef Ribs ($230), and Truffle Mac & Cheese ($90), though the restaurant’s brunch is also getting a revamp. Available on weekends and public holidays from 12pm to 5:30pm, the MEATS brunch is priced at $248 per person and features one starter, main, side and desserts. Dishes on offer include Duck Salad, Chicken Avocado Toast and even a Vegetarian Burger.
MEATS, G/F, 28 Staunton Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.piratameats.hk
Here to help us indulge this New Year is ThinkWine’s new Sunday brunch! The three-course ThinkBrunch menu is priced from $290, with the option to add a two-hour free-flow wine package (valid until 5pm) for an extra $290, and $130 for an extra hour. Dishes on offer include a French cheese platter or fresh oysters to start, followed by a Mediterranean quiche or the unique lobster and black truffle adorned “Dragon Dog”. To end the brunch, diners can choose between either a chocolate or lemon tart.
ThinkWine, 2/F, LL Tower, 2 Shelley Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.thinkwinehk.com