Hungry for new menus and dining deals? We’ve done the legwork and rounded up everything you’ll want to eat this February.
We know what a challenge it can be to keep up to date with the latest dining news, restaurant openings and happenings in the city, so we’re here to help! Featuring Valentine’s Day Specials, Black Truffle Menus and exciting collaborations (Rick Bayless will be in town!), here are the best new menus and dining deals in Hong Kong you won’t want to miss out on this February 2024.
Taqueria Super Macho Welcomes Chef Rick Bayless
After 14 years, Taqueria Super Macho’s Chef Billy Otis reunites with his mentor, Chef Rick Bayless — the acclaimed American chef known as a maestro of Mexican cuisine. For two nights, the two powerhouses will join hands to present a superb six-course menu that showcases their shared passion for the cuisine. Eat your way through a series of platos pequeños (small plates of aguachile, huarache, mole negro and more), Lamb Barbacoa tacos and a decadent Chocoflan for dessert.
When: Tuesday, 27 and Wednesday, 28 February, from 6pm
Where: Taqueria Super Macho, 33-35 Bridges Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: $788 per person (includes two cocktails) – head here to book
The Blooms by ÉPURE Afternoon Tea
One-Michelin-starred French fine dining restaurant ÉPURE celebrates its 10th anniversary with the unveiling of its revamped alfresco terrace, The Blooms by ÉPURE, primed for the coming of spring. The Blooms” tea set features petite pastries and delicate finger sandwiches presented on a gorgeous stand inspired by the natural beauty of flowers. Think whimsical garden party! “For something a touch more elevated, “The Royal” tea set comes complete with lobster rolls, black truffle & Comté cheese sandwiches, and lashings of champagne.
When: Daily, 3pm to 5:30pm
Where: The Blooms by ÉPURE, Shop 403, 4/F, Ocean Centre, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much The Blooms Afternoon Tea – $598 for two persons; The Royal Afternoon Tea – $998 for two persons. Head here to book.
Black Truffle Menu & Valentine’s Day Specials At LucAle
Indulge in LucAle’s limited-time Black Truffle Menu, available through February. We hear each dish has at least eight grams of imported black winter truffles! Choose between the Homemade Ravioli filled with spring chicken and savoy cabbage, the Homemade Bigoli with Cantabrian anchovies and broccolini, and the Organic Scrambled Eggs with Périgord black truffle. Alongside these limited-time specials, you can try a couple of special dishes for Valentine’s Day such as Foie Gras Toast with Mandarin Sorbet and purple(!) Spaghetti Oyster with Caviar.
When: Black Truffle Menu until the beginning of March
Where: LucAle, Shop A, 100 Third Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong
How much: Dishes start at $298 – head here to book
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Bo Innovation’s Hakka Chinese New Year Menu
Bo Innovation is ringing in the new year Hakka-style, with a special nine-course CNY menu by “Demon Chef” Alvin Leung that explores the rich flavours and traditions of the region. Highlights include the Salty Dragon, featuring spiny lobsters and a fresh sand ginger beurre black, and the Piggy Tummy, made with chicken and pork stomach with black truffle.
When: Until Saturday, 2 March
Where: Bo Innovation, 1/F, H Code, 45 Pottinger Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: $1,280 per person – head here to book
Maison ES “Taste of Soul” Winter/Spring Menu
Maison ES’ Winter/Spring menu pays homage to the “Eight Great Traditions” of Chinese Cuisine, with each dish representing a different geographic location in China. Warm up with the restaurant’s signature chuck-rib beef Tartare with a Sichuan kick and savour the crab roe soup dumpling-inspired Langoustine Pithivier served with Shaoxing wine. Other highlights include the French Yellow Chicken paired with a mala-and-spice leg confit terrine and the smoky scallion-infused Black Abalone charred on a binchotan grill.
When: Until the end of May
Where: Maison ES, Shop B, UG/F, Hang Tak Building, 1 Electric Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
How much: $780 for two courses; $1,300 for five courses; $1,880 for eight courses – head here to book
“The Laksa Club” Pop-Up Private Kitchen At Auor
What a treat! Auor’s Chef Edward Voon invites guests to join him for a pop-up private kitchen menu stirred by memories of home and Singapore’s zi char tradition. Hosted inside one of the restaurant’s three private rooms, expect a mouth-watering, family-style feast embracing the Peranakan, Malay and Hokkien dishes he often prepares for team meals.
When: Tuesday to Saturday, 6:30pm to 11pm
Where: Auor, 4/F, 88 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong (entrance on O’Brien Road)
How much: $888 per person (minimum group of four) – WhatsApp 6629 3889 or email [email protected] to book