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Weekend Brunch, at Armani/Aqua
Start the year with inspired palate pleasers at LANDMARK
No one really needs an excuse to dine at Amber – one of Hong Kong’s favourite two-Michelin-starred restaurants – but if they did, the new Amber Classics Menu (HK$2,398) is it. Available at lunch and dinner, the six-course menu comprises a collection of the restaurant’s signature dishes selected from the last 12 years. “We have created Amber Classics as a unique opportunity for our loyal guests to experience how Amber has continuously evolved and moved forward,” says Culinary Director, Chef Richard Ekkebus. Highlights include Ekkebus’s most beloved Hokkaido sea urchin in lobster jell-o, with cauliflower panna cotta, Schrenki-Dauricus caviar and crispy waffles.
Amber, 7/F, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, LANDMARK ATRIUM, for reservations call +852 2132 0066 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Indulge in Afternoon Tea
Dr. Fern’s Gin Parlour boasts more than 250 different gins – one of the largest collections in Hong Kong – making it hugely popular with gin drinkers. The fact that it’s a hidden bar lends it further appeal, as does its snug, intimate setting replete with comfortable, old-world style chairs, and excellent service. Gin isn’t the only offering here. Festivities continue through the month of January with the Festive Afternoon Tea menu (HK$498), which includes jasmine tea crème brulee, chocolate cake, duck-leg confit with toast and Sichuan cream cheese with toast, accompanied by tea or coffee. Just what the doctor ordered.
Dr. Fern’s Gin Parlour, Shop B31A, B/F, LANDMARK ATRIUM, for reservations call +852 2111 9449
Start the year’s social engagements on a healthy note with Zuma’s new cleansing mocktails (HK$85 a la carte menu; HK$60 with set lunch). They are designed by Zuma’s award-winning Bar Manager, Arkadiusz Rybak, who says, “Our cleansers are driven by fresh and healthy ingredients. We do not add unnecessary sugar, but instead use the natural sweetness of the fruits to create simple, refreshing and delicious mocktails.” Chose from Yuki Pi-Chi with cucumber, Japanese white peach, yuzu, and soda water; Momocha with matcha tea, yakult, peach, and lemon; and Nashi Soda made with shiso, pear, yuzu juice, lemon juice, and soda water.
Zuma Restaurant, Shop, 601-603, LANDMARK ATRIUM, for reservations call +852 3657 6388 or email email@example.com
Make the weekend memorable with brunch (HK$448) at Armani/Aqua. The menu is veritable feast of unlimited starters of seasonal salads, Italian and Japanese starters, seafood, and Italian antipasti as well as pizza and pasta from the made-on-the-spot pizza and pasta station. Plus, there’s a sublime selection of desserts that includes the venue’s famed platter of homemande tiramisu, molten lava chocolate cake, and winter forest dessert with lychee bubbles. Indulge with free-flow Veuve Clicquot, Prosecco, saki and colourful cocktails (HK$598). On Sunday’s there is a kid’s playroom to keep little ones entertained.
Armani/Aqua, Shop 204-205, 2/F, LANDMARK CHATER, for reservations call +852 3583 2828