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Delicious Holiday Feasts

DEC 09, 2019

Invite your nearest and dearest to indulge in these special festive menus.

Christmas season calls for cosy dinners with friends, lingering meals and decadent treats. In the exciting run-up to the holidays, we've compiled a few of the top spots to eat, drink and be merry at LANDMARK. From lavish afternoon teas to Christmas Day dinners, get ready to satisfy all your holiday cravings.

Haute holiday at Joël Robuchon Hong Kong

On Christmas Eve, enjoy a special Joyeux Noël cocktail at L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon.

This festive season, L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon invites you to take your holiday up a notch with a special menu on Christmas Day. Traversing French tradition and haute gastronomy, the set menu kicks off with the signature Le Caviar Imperial before moving to a soft-boiled egg with black truffle coulis, lobster consomme, roasted scampi, free-range quail with foie gras and more. Finish on a sweet note with the restaurant’s limited-edition La Boule de Noël, a chestnut mousse with French pear and black fruits that was specially created for this season.

Looking for gifts or takeaway treats? Le Salon de Thé de Joël Robuchon’s pastry team has designed two types of log cakes: La Noisette, made with hazelnut and caramel mousse, and Le Chocolate & Le Café, featuring dark chocolate and coffee mousse. Exclusively available at LANDMARK, both will look beautiful on your Christmas table.

Make a reservation:Robuchon.com.hk; Le Salon de Thé de Joël Robuchon: Shop 315-316 & 334, 3/F, LANDMARK ATRIUM, +852 2166 9088; L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon: Shop 401, 4/F, LANDMARK ATRIUM, +852 2166 9000

Festive fun at CAFÉ LANDMARK

CAFÉ LANDMARK and LANDMARK have teamed up to create an adorable Santa Paws tea set.

CAFÉ LANDMARK is tapping into the holiday spirit this December with an array of festive dining experiences. First up, the restaurant has teamed up with LANDMARK to create an exclusive holiday afternoon tea set for two inspired by Santa Paws Village. The tea set features a special serving stand decorated with delightful Santa Paws and village characters, which you can take home!

On the holiday itself, you can treat your family to multi-course lunches and dinners on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day – each featuring expertly crafted dishes with a mix of European and Asian influence, such as a whole Australian abalone, lobster bisque, grilled Boston lobster or a grilled US hanger steak to help you finish 2019 on a high note.

Make a reservation:CAFÉ LANDMARK; Shop 107, 108, 1/F, LANDMARK ATRIUM, +852 2526 4200

A taste of Italy at 8½ Otto e Mezzo BOMBANA

Fall head over heels for 8½ Otto e Mezzo BOMBANA's signature Mayura beef sirloin.

Ever wondered how Italians do Christmas? Book a table at 8½ Otto e Mezzo BOMBANA on 24th December to find out. The award-winning restaurant's set menu takes guests on a gastronomic journey across eight dishes that exemplify Chef Bombana's immense talent.

Among the highlights, pique your palate with Gillardeau oysters before moving on to roasted turbot and king crab, chestnut gnocchi, aromatic cheese fondue, roast chicken, beef sirloin, veal and ham Agnolotti – a ravioli-like staple of any Italian Christmas – and lots of Alba white truffle along the way. For dessert, Chef Bombana spoils diners with marinated strawberries and of course, an essential Panettone.

Make a reservation:Ottoemezzobombana.com; Shop 202, 2/F, LANDMARK ALEXANDRA, +852 2537 8859

High tea for charity at Mandarin Oriental

When you savour Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong and Shanghai Tang’s holiday high tea, a portion of proceeds will support the Hong Kong Down Syndrome Association.

Embrace the holiday spirit to the fullest by dining for a good cause. This December, Mandarin Oriental is collaborating on with Shanghai Tang to support the Hong Kong Down Syndrome Association with an exclusive afternoon tea at Clipper Lounge and Café Causette.

Created by Executive Pastry Chef Christophe Sapy and Victoria Tang-Owen, Shanghai Tang's Creative Director, the tea set features some of Tang-Owen's favourite delicacies from childhood, when she used to come to the hotel for teatime with her father, Sir David Tang. The menu also includes iconic elements from the label, such as the ‘SHT Shou' motif and the brand's signature colours.

Make a reservation:Mandarinoriental.com; 5 Connaught Road Central, +852 2825 4827

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