Book Your Tickets Now and Be Amongst the First to Feast
Between all of the Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day festivities, February has been one indulgent month – but don’t hang up your napkins just yet, girls, Hong Kong’s favourite restaurant festival is back for its second year on Central’s coveted Harbourfront! Presented by Standard Chartered and set to be bigger and better than before, Taste of Hong Kong is gearing up for foodies with even more experiences and dining options. Rally up the troops and head on over to discover over 50 dishes and dig in to the best and hottest on Hong Kong’s dining scene.
Who’s Going to Be there?
From live music, bottles of Laurent-Perrier champers and glasses of natural wine, sample food from Michelin starred restos and shop delish artisan goods amongst the skyscrapers. Don’t forget to keep your eye out for some of the newest additions (with more to be announced soon!) to their 2017 menu as well as culinary stars who will be returning for even more this year:
All the details…
When: Thursday, 16 March – Sunday, 1 9 March
Where: Central Harbourfront, Central, Hong Kong
How much: $138 (weekday), $168 (weekend) for advanced general entries; $168 (weekday), $198 (weekend) for general entries on the door; $598 (weekday), $648 (weekend) for VIP. Tickets are limited in availability so book early to save and secure the session of your choice. Tickets available here
Whether you’re a seasoned foodie or fancy checking out the festival for the first time, we’ve managed to secure our Sassy readers another discount that’ll bag up to 26% off advance general entry tickets with the code “Sassy2017” when booking through Ticketflap.
Be sure to book ASAP though, as advanced and VIP tickets are already selling like hot cakes!
*Discount applies to advance price General Entry tickets only (subject to availability) and is based on door prices for non Standard Chartered cardholders. Booking and transaction fees apply. Expires on Sunday, 19 March, 2017.
Brought to you in partnership with Taste of Hong Kong