Looking for new menus and dining deals? We’ve done the legwork and have rounded up everything — and everywhere! — you’ll want to eat this month.
We all know how tricky keeping up to date with the latest dining news, restaurant openings and happenings in the city is, so we’re here to help! From new winter menus to all-you-can-eat raclette, free-flow tacos to celebrate Día de Los Muertos and more, here’s everything to know about the newest menus and dining deals in Hong Kong.
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Café Claudel x Whispering Angel Brunch
Tai Kwun’s Café Claudel is collaborating with Château d’Esclans Whispering Angel to bring us a heavenly new brunch to indulge in. Available on weekends, the brunch menu includes four starters to share, a choice of main (Eggs Benedict or Royale, Chicken Caesar salad, Carbonara Linguini, Spring Chicken or Steak Sandwich), and a cheese board for your table — all to be enjoyed on the cafe’s open-air terrace with lashings of free-flow Whispering Angel Rosé, red and white wine, and bottled beer.
When: Every Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday, 11:30am to 3pm
Where: Café Claudel, Shop 01-G08, Tai Kwun, Central, Hong Kong
How much: $598 per person (plus 10% service charge) — book here
Tagline – Indian-Mediterranean Cuisine
Whilst staying true to its Indian-Mediterranean roots, this buzzing restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui is reinventing itself with an array of new eats. Founded by chef and nutritionist Kiran Sukhani, head here for a taste of modern innovation as well as more traditional Indian and Arab dishes. We’d highly recommend adding the Hyderabadi Fiery Shanks (it’s literally fire!), Shish Tauk and Tunde ke Kebab with Roomali Roti to your spread.
Sassy Tip: To make the most of your meals, take note of Tuesday Twos (buy two drinks, get two free) and Ladies Night on Wednesdays ($200 for five drinks!).
Use code SASSY100 to get $100 off upon a net spend of $500. Valid until Thursday, 30 November, 2023.
Tagline, 4/F, 10 Prat, 10 Prat Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 5393 7474, Instagram: @taglinehk, www.taglinehk.com
Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival 2022
The Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival returns this November with an exciting programme of gastronomic experiences and tempting limited-time offers, inviting food and wine lovers to indulge in a “Taste Around Town”. Promising to be bigger and better this year, 700 restaurants and bars across the city will take part throughout the month. Expect discounted menus from the likes of Junon, Bianco & Rosso and Cantina, new boozy concoctions for only $100 from Tell Camila, The Social Den, Crust Italian, to name a few, and much more!
When: Until Wednesday, 30 November
Motorino’s Napoli Nights
Every first Tuesday of the month, starting 1 November, Chef Roberta De Sario will be joined by a new chef to curate a new menu inspired by their love of Napoli — the birthplace of pizza. Kicking off Motorino’s new Napoli Nights is Chef Josh Stumbaugh of Associazione Chianti. Highlights of November’s menu include two pizzas: Chef Roberta’s La Scarpetta (topped with flor di latte, parmesan and a tomato compote and finished with crispy basil) and Chef Josh’s Melazane e Provola (made with chilli-roasted eggplant and a Pomodoro ragu). Throw in a couple of antipasti and two glasses of Sommelier-selected wine, and that’s amore!
When: Every first Tuesday of the month starting 1 November, from 6pm
Where: Motorino, 14 Shelley Street, Soho, Central, Hong Kong
How much: $588 for two persons (includes two glasses of wine per person, plus 10% service charge) – book here
Testina’s New Lunch And Dinner Menus
To celebrate the arrival of autumn, Testina is unveiling an array of new a la carte dishes that highlight Italy’s best produce of the season. Highlights include Pumpkin Ravioli, featuring seasonal Delica pumpkins from Northern Italy, three-hour Braised Beef Oyster Blade, and a rich Chestnut Soup made with cicerchie and chestnuts from Campania. In addition, the daily special menu offers diners rarely-seen options such as Homemade Wild Boar Pappardelle, Hare Taliolini and Beef Heart.
Testina, 3/F, 8 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, 2798 0668, www.testina.hk
Raclette Sundays at Terroirs by LQV
It’s raclette season again! And Terroirs by LQV is calling our name with an all-new All-You-Can-Eat Raclette Set, which pairs traditionally baked raclette cheese with artisanal condiments (think cold cuts, potatoes and gherkins). The wine pairing option includes two glasses of white wine selected by Head of Wine Brandon Wong, and for those interested in sampling another one of Terroirs by LQV’s quality cheeses, there’s an option to add on a Baked Mont D’or, accompanied by the restaurants freshly baked in-house sourdough.
When: Every Sunday starting 6 November, 11am to 8pm
Where: Terroirs by LQV, 3/F, 1 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong
How much: All-You-Can-Eat Raclette Set – $499 per person, Raclette Wine Pairing Set – $638; additional $320 for Baked Mont D’or – book here
Te Quiero Mucho Celebrates The Day Of The Dead
Te Quiero Mucho is honouring the Mexican Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) festival this year with an abundance of food. From Monday, 31 October to Sunday, 6 November, TQM will be serving up traditional Mexican Pan de Muertos, a sweet, pillowy bun topped with sugar, which pairs perfectly with a rich Oaxaca Hot Chocolate. The restaurant will keep the festivities high with free-flow tacos on Friday 4, November or Saturday, 5 November, and its regular Brunch and Boardgames on the first weekend of November, featuring fun-filled group games, free-flow tacos, churros, and more.
When: Monday, 31 October to Sunday, 6 November
Where: Te Quiero Mucho, 286 Queen’s Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
How much: Two-hour free-flow tacos – $298 per person (additional $258 per person for two-hours free-flow margaritas, sangria, wine, beers and more), Brunch and Board Games – $310 per person (additional $328 per person for the all-you-can-drink package) – book here
“Crabe à Mitaine du BIFTECK” Hairy Crab Menu
Have you had your taste of this season’s hairy crab yet? BIFTECK’s ode to the seafood delicacy comes in the form of a sumptuous five-course menu ($880 per person), featuring sweet mitten crab meat and 200 grams of hair crab roe. To be pre-ordered two days in advance, the first of the delicately prepared dishes is a medley of hairy crab meat with ginger ponzu jelly, Otokomae tofu purée and Hokkaido uni, followed by the likes of Hairy Crab Meat Chawanmushi, Hairy Crab Soup, Hairy Crab Risotto. Add on Signature Snow-Aged Wagyu to your risotto for an extra $380, and round off your meal with a warming Ginger Poached Pear dessert.
BIFTECK, 23/F, QRE Plaza, 202 Queen’s Road East, Wanchai, Hong Kong, 2246 8805, www.bifteck.com.hk
The Taste of Aki Hokkaido Hairy Crab Seasonal Menu
In Japan, the hairy crab is known as Kegani (毛ガニ) and is in season from the months of late October to early December. This autumn to winter specialty is freshly flown in from the treasure cove of shallow water crabs — Hokkaido. Taste the firm, meaty body and exquisite miso-like paste inside its shell of the Hokkaido Hairy Crab with Sake pairing at HARA, featuring Sohomare Juneau Daiginjo Sake. The Kobako menu is available from now until mid-December and requires a two-day advance order.
HARA, G/F, 3-5 Kwun Chung Street, Jordan, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3619 5548, www.hara-kitchen.co
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Main image courtesy of Terroirs by LQV, image 1 courtesy of Café Claudel, image 2 courtesy of Tagline, image 3 courtesy of Hong Kong Tourism Board, image 4 courtesy of Motorino, image 3 courtesy of Testina, image 4 courtesy of Terroirs by LQV, image 5 courtesy of Te Quiero Mucho, image 6 courtesy of BIFTECK, image 7 courtesy of HARA.