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Madame Digests – March 2023

March 2nd 2023

by Aude Camus
Rosewood Hong Kong celebrates its fourth anniversary with culinary collaborations

Madame Digests – March 2023
When: 21 to 23 March 2023
To celebrate its fourth anniversary, Rosewood Hong Kong invites award-winning chefs from sister all around the world to plate up a feast. 
Chef Timothy Hollingsworth of Otium, Los Angeles – HENRY
Three-night only dinner menu centred on American grill and smokehouse traditions (HKD 1,880 per person).
Chef Boris Campanella of L’Ecrin, Hôtel de Crillon, A Rosewood Hotel – The Dining Room by BluHouse
Italian x French dinner menu inspired by regional Italian influences and seasonal produce (HKD 1,880 per person).
Chef Matteo Temperini from Ristorante Campo del Drago, Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco – Asaya Kitchen
Refined Tuscan and Mediterranean-inspired dinner menu (HKD 1,480 per person).
Chef Peter Situ from Lingnan House, Rosewood Guangzhou – The Legacy House
Regional Cantonese delicacies featuring local ingredients and modern Cantonese cooking techniques (HKD 1,980 per person for private dining room lunch and dinner menus).
Chef Jose Mascaros of Las Brasas de Castellana, Rosewood Villa Magna, Madrid – Bayfare Social
Limited-time specials bringing an authentic taste of Spain’s tapas culture to Hong Kong.
Chef Vicky Lau, MORA – CHAAT
Indian and French x Chinese cuisine fusion. Lunch on 23 March (HKD 1,280 per person) and dinner on 22 and 23 March (HKD 1,580 per person).
Chef Matthieu Carlin, Pastry Chef of Hôtel de Crillon, A Rosewood Hotel – The Butterfly Room and Butterfly Patisserie
Artistic afternoon tea set inspired by the Jardin d’Hiver experience at the Paris hotel (HKD 1,098 for two).
Chef Nokx Majozi of The Pie Room by Holborn Dining Room, Rosewood London – Holt’s Café
Crafted pies and British classics.
More info and bookings: https://www.rosewoodhotels.com/en/hong-kong/4th-anniversary

TOWN93 turns one and celebrates with a four-hands dinner and new dishes

Madame Digests – March 2023
When: 17 and 18 March 2023
Opened by chef Lionel Bodros, the former Executive Pastry Chef at three-Michelin-starred L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon Hong Kong, French Bistro TOWN 93 is turning one this month. To celebrate, chef Lionel is joining hands with chef Heloise Fischbach, former Executive Chef of two-Michelin-starred, for a two-night only four-hands dinner. Highlights of the five-course menu include a morel tatin and monkfish pot au feu.
HKD 998 per person
What’s more, new sharing dishes from the grill have been added to the menu to celebrate French conviviality and bistro cuisine. Cue roast whole yellow chicken, dry aged tomahawk and grilled whole seabass. In addition, guests can always look forward to dessert with cakes and sweet treats handmade daily by chef Lionel himself.
Chef Vicky Lau’s ĀN soy-based pop-up in LANDMARK ATRIUM closes at the end of the month

Madame Digests – March 2023
When: until 31 March 2023
A soy-focused gourmet and lifestyle venture by award-winning chef Vicky Lau, ĀN has opened its first pop-up on the third floor of the LANDMARK ATRIUM. ĀN’s soy milk and tofu are made in-house with certified non-GMO beans, combining the ancient Chinese soy milk tradition with Japan’s modern bean-to-pulp production technology. Products on offer at the pop-up include soy milk cookies and financier – cue Hojicha financier with Hojicha ganache and chocolate chip soy pulp cookie, as well as soy milk drinks – signature soy milk and black sesame soy milk, served alongside condensed milk and soy milk tea pudding.
Ten Feet Tall turns 10

Madame Digests – March 2023
A soothing space sitting above the bustling streets of Central, Ten Feet Tall has opened its doors in 2013. As suggested by the name, foot reflexology is at the core of what they do. Given the number of foot reflexology and massage centres in town, making it to the 10-year mark is definitely a proof that the place is special. And if you ask me what makes it stand out, I’d say it’s the level of service, and comfort, it offers for its affordable price point (HKD 350 for 50-minute signature foot reflexology, HKD 310 for Shanghai pedicure, HKD 460 for 50-minute pressure point massage).
In the 8,0000 square feet space spanning across floors 20 and 21, you’ll find no less than 17 well-appointed treatment rooms including couple rooms and private rooms. The latest can accommodate up to 8 guests (ultimate baby shower plan if you ask me) and there’s a projector should you want to watch a Netflix or Disney+ movie while getting pampered. There’s a curated selection of coffee table books and up-to-date magazines for you to flick through as well. And because pampering and sweet indulgence are a perfect match, you can also order a fresh Froyo (HKD 48 with your choice of one topping, HKD 6 per additional topping) and enjoy it from the comfort of your massage chair (closer to a bed than a chair actually). Never thought I needed a froyo with my foot massage but now that I’ve had it once there’s no turning back! What’s more, there’s also a choice of drinks for you to order be it a refreshing fresh young coconut (HKD 58), a cold-pressed juice (HKD 48) – I’ve personally tested and approved the Pillow Fight with carrot and ginger, or a more classic coffee (HKD 48) or iced lemon tea (HKD 48).
If you’re visiting Art Basel this month – 23 to 25 March – look for Ten Feet Tall pop up to enjoy a much needed break in between browsing some of the world's emerging and most sought after modern and contemporary works.
Diptyque presents its limited edition Cherry Blossom candle

Madame Digests – March 2023
Available until 13 April only
Bursting with boundless blooms of blush- and rose-coloured florets, cherry blossoms dutifully usher in spring each year. To celebrate this time of renewal and optimism, Diptyque is introducing its limited-time only Fleur de Cerisier (Cherry Blossom) candle featuring floral notes wrapped in gentle musk that evoke the blossom petals.
HKD 560 (190 g)



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