Promos, Deals and New Places To Eat
In keeping up with our ever-changing culinary landscape, we want to keep you up to date on all the new restaurants, lunch and brunch menus and pop ups in Hong Kong. Mark your diaries, because this week has some amazing new offers you won’t want to miss. And because we want you to find what you’re looking for, click on the handy sections below to take you straight there:
Now open on Peel Street, Chifa is the latest venture from Pirata Restaurant Group. Serving up a unique combination of Peruvian and Chinese cuisine, the resto specialises in all things dumplings, with wrapped dumplings and soft, fluffy bao’s forming the heart of the menu, along with the likes of traditional chifa noodles, rice, meat and seafood dishes. Watch this space for more information coming soon!
Chifa, G/F, No.26 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.chifa.hk
A second new opening from Pirata Group this month is Madame Ching. Just opened on Star Street, Madame Ching is a modern Chinese restaurant, bringing a bold and fresh approach to traditional flavours. Along with roasted specialities such as Char Siu and Roast Duck featuring on the menu, the new spot will also offer a vibrant range of dishes, including General Son’s Chicken, Mapo “Tofu” and Hamachi Crudo, along with a selection of inventive and expertly crafted cocktails.
Madame Ching, G/F, No.5 Star Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, www.madameching.hk
Special Menus and Offers
Italian food is all about the quality of the ingredients used, and with the spotlight put more and more on ethically responsibly sourced produce, Posto Pubblico is going the extra mile with its new seasonal specials board. Committed to supporting local farms, Posto works with a variety of HK farms to bring a range of fresh, clean and organic ingredients to our plates daily. Vegetarians and carnivores can look forward to enjoying sides such as Roasted Heirloom Carrots glazed with Sambuca, sweet Marinated Beets with ricotta salata and Sautéed Bok Choy with garlic and chilli (all $59), with the summer months also signaling the approach of new organic arrivals including leafy greens like traditional Chinese amaranth, eggplants, bitter melon, sweet potato leaves and water spinach.
Posto Pubblico, 28 Elgin Street, SoHo, Hong Kong, www.postopubblico.com
Fancy a bit of surf and turf? Head to Lily & Bloom and enjoy the indulgent combo of Burger and Lobster every Tuedsay night for $380! The deal includes the restaurants signature old fashioned Bloom burger with dry-aged wagyu, truffle aioli, bacon and aged cheddar, along with a half-kilo Boston Lobster, cheese and bacon fries and a pint of Peroni beer. Tuesday night done right.
Lily & Bloom, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.lily-bloom.com
The heat has officially hit the city, so cool down for the summer months with Comptoir’s refreshing new menu. Focusing on seasonal flavours and fresh ingredients, the menu features the likes of Tomato and Strawberry Gazpacho with Burrata & Basil ($98) and Beef Tartare “Facon Cesar” with Butter Lettuce and a Sunny-side-up Egg ($98)!
Comptoir, 42 Forbes Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, www.french-creations.com/comptoir
Lunch and Brunch Specials
News of a new brunch is always welcome in this city, so we’re spreading the word and filling you in on Theo Mistrals new La Dolce Vita Sunday Brunch! Available every Sunday between 11am and 3pm, the wholesome menu is sure to be a colourful taste of Italy, with dishes on offer such as antipasti and fresh seafood, along with daily homemade pasta dishes and hearty mains. Priced at $588 per person, add on a free-flow package of Bellinis, Bottega Prosecco, and house white and red wine for an additional $138, or unlimited soft drinks and chilled fresh orange juice for $68.
Theo Mistral, Level B2, InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong, , 70 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong, www.hongkong.intercontinental.com/en/hotel-restaurant-and-bar/theomistral
Another new brunch in town this month comes from FRANCIS. The middle-eastern restaurant in Wan Chai is set to serve up its new brunch menu (priced at $280 per person) on Saturdays, Sunday and Public Holidays between 12pm and 3pm, with a range of old favourites and new dishes on offer. Dinners can get stuck into delights such as hummus, spinach and feta cigars, the signature halloumi with pomegranate and wild oregano, along with a light fresh salad of avocado, tomato, labneh and za’atar spice mix, before moving onto bigger plates that include spicy shakshuka with eggs, tomato and harissa, crispy chicken schnitzel and the classic kafta with spring lamb, beef, tahini and onion. Thirsty? Wash it all down with some of FRANCIS’s new brunch cocktails, such as the Pick Me Up ($90) with harissa infused vodka and tomato juice, or the Spritz Me Up ($90) with cocchi vermouth, prosecco and orange!
FRANCIS, G/F, 4 & 6, St. Francis Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, https://www.francis.com.hk/