Wednesday, 21.2.2018

Restaurant Week Returns Becomes Bi-Annual Event

[19/06/12] 

Restaurant Week returns in July as it evolves into a bi-annual event for the first time. The idea is to let Hong Kongers dine at top eateries for a fraction of the normal price. However, the unique challenge of this bargain is that it frees up your wallet for extras like a round of limoncellos at the end of a meal and a bill that makes you wonder why you bothered in the first place.

Taking place from July 9-15, participating restaurants include Cuisine Cuisine (Michelin starred), Madam Sixty Ate, Peccato, Lily & Bloom, AVA, Harakan-S, Orange Tree and The Pawn. Prices, meanwhile, are either $98-248 for lunch or $258-438 for supper depending on the venue but it's potentially a week of eating and drinking so watch out for signs of gout.

The event is all about indulgence. Lily & Bloom's lunch menu, for instance, includes a buffet brimming with oysters, mains such as braised pork shoulder and puddings like banana creme caramel, all for $248. That's about the same price as two of their cocktails so you're making money. Reservations open today which means it's time to start watching Man v Food and become best friends with iceburg lettuce again.

Knives and forks at the ready.


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