New York pop-up; tea and flowers: Hong Kong meal deals

PUBLISHED : Monday, 07 September, 2015, 6:01pm
UPDATED : Monday, 07 September, 2015, 9:13pm

Hoi King Heen at the InterContinental Grand Stanford in Tsim Sha Tsui is featuring tea and flower dishes until the end of September. The menu includes deep-fried fresh shrimp with spicy salt and longjing tea; sautéed mud carp cake with green mango and chrysanthemum; sautéed sliced ostrich with night fragrant flowers; deep-fried mandarin fish with chrysanthemum and sweet and sour sauce; and steamed egg white with assorted seafood and lotus flowers. Bookings: 2731 2883


Senzuru Japanese Restaurant at the Harbour Plaza Metropolis in Hung Hom is celebrating autumn with a menu of Kyushu saury dishes. The selection includes grilled Kyushu saury with salt; simmered country-style Kyushu saury; and nanbanzuke-style Kyushu saury. Bookings: 3160 6898


MO Bar at the Landmark Mandarin in Central is being taken over by the retro-style New York bar Employees Only. The pop-up event from September 8 to 11 will showcase cocktails and food from Employees Only, prepared by the bar’s owner, principal bartender and chef. Bookings: 2132 0077  

Emanuele Scarello, chef and owner of the two Michelin star Agli Amici in Udine, Italy, will be guest chef at Angelini at the Kowloon Shangri-La from September 16-19. The chef’s dishes are available on a set lunch that costs HK$418 plus 10 per cent for three courses, HK$518 for four and HK$618 for five. The set dinner is HK$1,080 plus 10 per cent for four courses, HK$1,180 for five and HK$1,280 for six. Dishes include umbrina fish with beetroot, egg and lemon grass milk; veal with anchovy powder and vegetables; razor clams with seaweed, chickpeas and lemon; and beef tenderloin marinated with coffee, almond cream and mandarin essence. Bookings: 2733 8988   

The Place at the Langham Place in Mong Kok is featuring Japanese dishes on the buffet until the end of September. The buffet includes teppanyaki wagyu beef cubes; temaki roll with Hokkaido sea urchin and softshell crab; Kurobuta pork with Japanese curry; and seasonal fresh Japanese fruits. The lunch buffet is HK$288 plus 10 per cent (HK$218 for children and seniors) from Monday to Friday and HK$358 (HK$258 for children and seniors) on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays. The dinner buffet is HK$588 plus 10 per cent (HK$388 for children and seniors) Sunday to Thursday and on public holidays, and HK$628 (HK$428 for children and seniors) on Friday, Saturday and the eve of public holidays. Bookings: 3552 3028