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Don’t miss out on November delights

November 6th 2023

by Aude Camus

Nobu reclaims center stage at Regent Hong Kong

Don’t miss out on November delights
As Regent Hong Kong unfolds its spectacular transformations and immersive experiences, the spotlight returns to one of the world's culinary titans - Nobu. Founded by superstar chef Nobu Matsuhisa and Hollywood legend Robert De Niro, the iconic restaurants chain is back to anchor the city's dining scene. Overlooking the breathtaking Victoria Harbour, Nobu Hong Kong offers an orchestra of flavours, featuring timeless signatures like the famed Black Cod with Miso, Yellowtail Jalapeño, and Toro Tartare with Caviar. Guests can also embark on a culinary adventure with Omakase tasting menus, a symphony of the freshest and finest ingredients. This gastronomic journey pairs perfectly with Nobu-style cocktails, top-tier sake, and a comprehensive wine selection. The grand reopening of Nobu at Regent Hong Kong heralds an exhilarating new era for the city's food scene, promising an unforgettable sensory experience in a truly exquisite setting.
Second floor, Regent Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Argo unveils a new agroforestry-themed cocktail menu

The Breaker: Patron Silver Tequila, roasted sweet potato orgeat, curry leaf, beetroot, citrus
The Breaker: Patron Silver Tequila, roasted sweet potato orgeat, curry leaf, beetroot, citrus
The 8th best bar in Asia this year, ARGO at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, has raised the bar yet again with its innovative and thought-provoking cocktail menu. This time, the spotlight falls on agroforestry, where the bar explores a deeper connection with nature. The menu, crafted by beverage manager Federico Balzarini, features six remarkable ingredients sourced from Hong Kong, working in harmony just like in agroforestry – a farming system that benefits the environment, the economy, and society. Each of these ingredients stars in two cocktails (each priced at HK$ 175), one conventional, and the other, wildly unexpected.
  • Granite: Iconic for its abundant presence in Hong Kong soil, crushed granite finds its way into cocktails like the "Igneous Gibson" and "Pottinger Highball."
  • Sweet Potato: Known for thriving in rocky soils, sweet potatoes inspire "The Breaker" and "To the Valley Below."
  • Ginger Lily: This versatile flower used in agroforestry is celebrated in the "Buzz Club" and "Nectar of God."
  • Strawberry: The finest strawberries grow in well-drained soil, making appearances in the "Perennial Treat" and "Deathless Old Fashioned."
  • Bamboo: A core component of Hong Kong's culture, it's showcased in "Potash" and "Frame of Love."
  • Goat: In an unexpected twist, goat products and ingredients make an appearance in cocktails like "Thief!" and "Goat Evolution Flight."
Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, 8 Finance St, Central

Soy emerges as the culinary star at ĀN Soy

Don’t miss out on November delights
Step into the world of Chef Vicky Lau at ĀN Soy, now nestled within BaseHall 02. Celebrated for her culinary mastery at Two MICHELIN-starred TATE Dining Room, Chef Vicky Lau's newest venture pushes the boundaries of soy and tofu. Her dedication to this versatile ingredient shines through in every dish, a harmonious blend of tradition and innovation. Delve into the enticing Mapo Tofu Mazesoba, where the vibrant flavours of Chinese mapo tofu meet Japanese mazesoba. Or savor the Strawberry Soy Sponge Cake, a delicate dessert that tantalizes the palate with fruity sweetness. These creations reflect Chef Vicky Lau's passion for soy, each dish meticulously crafted to showcase the versatile and unique qualities of soy and tofu.
BaseHall 02, LG/F, Jardine House, 1 Connaught Place, Central
Bengal Brothers launched “ADDA” brunch

Don’t miss out on November delights
Every Sunday from 11 am to 3 pm, you’re invited to experience the lively vibes of Bengal Brothers with their debut “ADDA” brunch. On the brunch menu, expect heart-warming options like Bun Maska, soft buttered Pav dipped in hot masala chai, and classic Eggs Kejriwal served with chilli cheese toast and tadka potatoes. The Masala Burji Pav is a double egg scramble served with buttered pavs, mint chutney, and a medley of onions, tomatoes, and green chili. The star of the show is "Amma's Idli Plates," featuring pillowy soft steamed rice cakes paired with house-made coconut chutneys or a changing weekly non-vegetarian curry option, like Malabar Chicken Curry.
As for beverages, the ADDA Brunch offers an array of refreshing choices, from Masala Chai, Coconut Lassi, and South Indian Filter Coffee to an enticing line up of Mimosas and a tantalizing Stranger & Sons Gin Rickey. Guests can choose their drinks a la carte, and there's an option for a 2-hour free flow at $188 per person, featuring prosecco, wine, beer, and Mimosas.
G/F, 6 Johnston Rd, Wan Chai


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