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A Flavourful Christmas
Written by Time Out Hong Kong
Christmas celebrations in Hong Kong would not be complete without a festive feast to fill both our hearts and bellies with joy. Be it a warm tradition with the family, a jolly brunch with friends, an uplifting celebration with colleagues, or an intimate date with a loved one, Hong Kong has it all. You can even travel the world together by way of international cuisine and savour a multitude of flavours from different cultures.
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Located in the Hong Kong Museum of Art, modern Australian restaurant Hue features stunning views of Victoria Harbour, which makes for a captivating backdrop for festive dining this season. For Christmas, the stylish restaurant is offering various menus for lunch, dinner, brunch and afternoon tea, plating up a taste of sunny Australia with dishes focused on creative flavours and fresh ingredients. The four-course Christmas dinner menu (24–25 December; HK$880/person) kicks off with celebratory canapes while Christmas lunch (25 December; HK$780/person) comes with artisanal cheese or wine pairing options worth indulging in. After your festive meal, stroll along the promenade and take in the sparkling lights of the city or delight in the arts at Hong Kong Museum of Art and Hong Kong Cultural Centre with ballet, theatre or concerts to enjoy.
1/F, Hong Kong Museum of Art, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
As the first shop and restaurant outside the UK, Fortnum & Mason’s sophisticated dining room in K11 Musea is serving up a festive menu (dishes range from HK$78 to HK$988) that exudes the elegance of an English Christmas. Expect hearty starters such as velvety parsnip soup, creamy chicken liver parfait, and perfectly seared scallops before comforting classics designed for sharing are brought to the table. Choose from a golden glazed Norfolk Bronze turkey or a côte de boeuf (beef rib) presented with a truly British banquet of sides including sprouts, pigs in blankets, roasted potatoes and more. For dessert, there is a decadent Christmas pudding or an apple and blueberry crumble to delight in before sweet tidings of mini mince pies and a Christmas-themed cocktail complete the meal.
022, G/F, K11 Atelier, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Head to lively Parisian steakhouse and brasserie District 8 for a taste of France this Christmas. The casual bistro offers both indoor and al fresco seating for a more relaxed European-style festive atmosphere. The set menu for the holidays (HK$380/2 courses; HK$430/3 courses; min. two people) is available on Christmas Eve for dinner and Christmas Day for lunch and dinner. Menu highlights include a seasonal soul-soothing roast chestnut velouté, aromatic roast duck breast, succulent bone-in ribeye steak to share, pumpkin crème brulée and a glass of mulled wine to toast to your best Noël yet!
Shop R009, R/F, Elements, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Setting the tone for a vibrant Spanish Christmas, La Rambla presents festive dining menus that spotlight traditional Catalan fare. Featuring fresh flavours inspired by the Mediterranean coast, the specially curated menus include a Christmas Day brunch (25 December; HK$780/person) and Christmas dinner (24–25 December; HK$850/person; min. two people). Sample family recipes such as the canelons de la Iaia, Grandmother’s canelon recipe with rich truffle bechamel, the pollastre rostit, a roasted Spanish spring chicken, or flavourful seafood stew of monkfish, lobster, clams and mussels, otherwise known as sarsuela de rap, before tucking into the traditional tronc de nadal, a luscious chocolate Catalan Christmas log cake.
3071–73, 3/F, ifc mall, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong
For a Christmas filled with comforting Italian delights, Pirata is offering a series of menus made for fun festive occasions with your nearest and dearest including Christmas brunches (25–26 December and 1 January; HK$428/person) and dinners (24–25 December; HK$590/person). The Italian restaurant has even created cheerful tasting menus for larger groups to make Christmas parties and get-togethers an easy decision for all preferences and tastes. Come together for dinner and bond over the Terra-Mare which includes their signature butcher’s cut matched with whole grilled lobster or a Christmas lamb shank for brunch finished with classic light and airy Italian panettone with vanilla ice cream.
29 & 30/F, 239 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong
Having recently moved to a new location at H Zentre in Tsim Sha Tsui, Aqua has prepared a festive feast full of flavours from Italian and Japanese cuisines. Dine in their glamorous restaurant and enjoy a side of spectacular vistas of Hong Kong’s iconic skyline. The five-course dinner (6–30 December, excluding 24 & 25 December; HK$1,288/person) features dishes such as grilled wagyu beef sirloin and a Christmas bauble dessert. You can also head to Aqua for Christmas brunch (25–27 December; HK$788/person) which is packed with winter specials. Make the most of your surroundings before or after your meal and visit landmarks nearby like the Hong Kong Space Museum to look up at the stars, or shop ‘til you drop at neighbouring retail hubs including K11 Musea.
17/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
An all-American style, indulgent festive dinner and brunch awaits at urban chic restaurant Bostonian Seafood & Grill this holiday. The modern steakhouse’s festive brunch (24–27 December and 1 January; HK$888/person; HK$588/child) and dinner (1–23 December and 27–30 December; HK$988/4 courses) which also extends to Christmas (24–26 December; HK$1,388/5 courses; HK$1,688/6 courses) features the likes of delicious char-grilled steaks from their selection of artisanal dry-aged beef to coastal-fresh seafood specialities and smoked turkey served with all the trimmings, among other festive delights. Prior to your meal, you can even head into The Langham, Hong Kong to enjoy their annual tree lighting ceremony as well as live carols, a ballet performance, and even a visit from Santa Claus himself.
Lower Lobby, The Langham, Hong Kong, 8 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
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