Great Hong Kong November eats

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BIRD’S nest stuffed in chicken wings.

It’s a month of deliciously and sumptuous eats for those who are thinking of visiting Hong Kong this month. The Hong Kong Tourism Board rolls out the “Hong Kong Great November Feast — A Gourmet Celebration,” right after its annual mega culinary event, the “Hong Kong Wine and Dine Festival.”

Throughout November, visitors and members of the public will be offered a fine selection of menus from over 100 restaurants, ranging from exquisite dishes prepared by Michelin-starred chefs to limited-edition special menus by legendary restaurants. There is a wide variety of dishes bound to satisfy everyone’s taste buds.

Rech by Alain Ducasse’ Club crab and mango appetizer.

Savor the world

Exclusive Hong Kong Great November Feast menus prepared by participating restaurants will provide not only value-for-money and rich choices of dishes, but also hassle-free recommended menus by the celebrated chefs.

Foodies can munch on the fine dishes prepared by a line-up of 16 Michelin-starred restaurants, serving a wide selection of cuisines, from traditional Chinese and Cantonese fine-dining to Japanese, French, Italian and contemporary fusion. Special Michelin-starred menus as low as HK$450 will offer an ample variety of exquisite dishes to suit the appetite of the most fastidious epicure. Participating restaurants include three Michelin-starred T’ang Court; two Michelin-starred Yan Toh Heen, Tin Lung Heen and Sun Tung Lok Chinese Cuisine and one Michelin-starred Ming Court, Ying Jee Club, Celebrity Cuisine, Jardin de Jade, Mandarin Grill + Bar, IM Teppanyaki and Wine, ÉPURE, MIC Kitchen, ON Dining Kitchen & Lounge, Rech by Alain Ducasse, The Ocean and Tosca.

Savor the classic tastes of Hong Kong at renowned local restaurants, including Fook Lam Moon, The Peak Lookout and Jimmy’s Kitchen, and be inspired by local versions of classic Western dishes and traditional Cantonese cuisine.

For visitors who also want to please their eyes, they can immerse in dining venues with a view of Hong Kong’s dazzling skyline, such as Tin Lung Heen on the 102nd floor of the Ritz-Carlton, Restaurant Petrus of the Island Shangri-La Hong Kong, Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., located on the Victoria Peak and à nu retrouvez-vous on the Ocean Terminal Deck of Harbour City.

Visitors and members of the public can reserve tables at these renowned eateries through the FeedMe Guru website and apps.

Watch the sunset at Harbour City.

City-wide feasting

This November, a host of gourmet happenings will take place in the famous territory, including beer fest, wine fairs, creative marketplaces, various foodie tours and exciting gastronomic events.

Organized by Jebsen Holidays, the Hidden Food Menu of Hong Kong tour explores the local food menu of the island. It begins with Hong Kong-style milk tea and egg tarts, followed by a visit to a modern wet market and an experience in the food culture of traditional Chinese tonics. The journey will also introduce the tastes of traditional Chinese teas and open-air food stalls called dai pai dong in Sham Shui Po.

The HKTDC Hong Kong International Wine and Spirits Fair 2018 showcases a wide range of fine wines, beers and liquors, as well as related products and services. It is going to be held from 8 to 10 November at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai.
These are just some of the events occurring in Hong Kong for the upcoming days. For more details on the “Hong Kong Great November Feast,” visit the HKTB website: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/see-do/events-festivals/highlight-events/great-november-feast.jsp.

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