From a white truffle menu to a Balinese feast, here’s where to eat in Hong Kong in November 2021.
Here’s where to eat in Hong Kong in November 2021
Popular Indonesian restaurant Poem has introduced a new autumn-winter menu. The selection follows Balinese traditions, while creating dishes that also capture the harmony between products and flavors. Starters include a pan of seared vegan king mushrooms served with roasted red beet sambal and garlic oil, and simmered octopus with spicy podcast sambal and a sweet pepper sauce. Fresh seafood, a staple in Bali, takes center stage in the restaurant’s new main dishes with dishes such as a whole grilled sea bass marinated in a hot chili sauce and Jimbaran lobster cooked with barbecue sauce. daring.
Poem, 5 / F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham St, Central; +852 2810 6166
Blacksheep’s Gelato Messina recently opened on Pottinger Street. The group’s first traditional gelateria serves 35 classic flavors and an ever-evolving range of specialties, like the Grand Creation featuring Hong Kong milk tea and egg tart.
Gelato Messina, 37 Pottinger St, Central
With hairy crab season in full swing, Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant Duddell’s has created a special, limited-edition menu featuring Shanghai hairy crabs from Hokkaido. The six-course hairy crab tasting menu with a sake pairing features popular Cantonese classics such as xiaolongbao and hairy crab coral; Ishinabe braised rice noodles, and hairy crab coral and fresh whole hairy crab steamed from Hokkaido.
Duddell’s, 1 Duddell Street, Central; +852 2525 9191
Inspired by science-based nutrition, nÃ¼te celebrates healthy living with tasty foods made with natural ingredients. The latest addition to BaseHall, Central’s hip food court, the nÃ¼te menu features on-the-go smoothies and Icebar smoothie bowls, designed to boost immunity or detox. Two varieties of healthy toast and Japanese cereal bowls are also available for a down-to-earth snack or meal.
Basehall, Jardine House, Stores 9A, 9B and 9C LG / F, 1 Connaught Pl, Central; +852 3643 0865
Yung Kee recently unveiled its renovated premises and menu in an effort to celebrate and revive traditional Hong Kong food culture. Founded in 1936, the heritage restaurant and the brand are particularly renowned for its roast goose. Two floors of the historic Central location have been renovated to combine contemporary design with nostalgic elements. Upon entering the restaurant, patrons can now admire Yung Kee’s original seating, an ode to his dai pai dong past.
Yung Kee, Yung Kee Building, Wellington Street, Center; +852 2522 1624
A dish of Tartufo Bianco e Amaretti (white truffle with Amaretti cookies) can be tasted at the upscale Italian restaurant Radical Chic as part of its new white truffle tasting menu, which kicks off the Piedmont ‘white diamond’ season.
Radical Chic, ICC, Shop B1, Level 101, 1 Austin Rd W, Tsim Sha Tsu; +852 3618 7880
Bibi & Baba
Led by chef Ho Wai-Kong, Bibi & Baba recently unveiled their new Off-menu selection that offers classic Singaporean and Malaysian dishes. The menu includes sambal stingray, Singaporean chili crab, grain shrimp, rendang beef with rice and much more. Be hungry because the portions are larger than normal. It should be noted that some dishes of the Off-menu cannot be ordered Ã la carte. The menu is only available by pre-order 48 hours in advance for a minimum of 6 people for lunch and dinner.
Austin Miao, Head of Brand Content
Bibi & Baba, 1-7 Ship St, Wan Chai; +852 2555 0628
To celebrate its third anniversary, Middle Eastern restaurant Bedu is expanding its brand with the launch of Little Bedu, a take-out concept also located on Gough Street. Extending Executive Chef Corey Riches’ values ââand passion for modern Middle Eastern cuisine, the restaurant serves creations inspired by the region’s vast culinary traditions. New signings include Jordan, with lamb and labneh; Beirut, with spicy chicken and tabouli; and Egypt, with falafel and hummus.
Little Bedu, Shop 2, G / F, 49-51a Gough St, Central
This fall, Jay Gatsby is coming to Hong Kong to host a series of exclusive dinners at The Peninsula’s Felix. Inspired by a New York underground bar and a golden age of avant-garde elegance and fine dining, the immersive dining experience is organized in partnership with award-winning company Secret Theater. For the occasion, chef Juan Gomez has prepared a selection of imaginative dishes whose origins date back to the glamorous decade of a century ago.
Felix, 28 / F The Peninsula Hong Kong, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui; +852 2696 6778
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