Oktoberfest rolls on – beer, music, food and fun. Plus other menu specials

Marco Polo Hongkong hosts annual Bierfest knees-up, Tao Li features freshwater fish, Hoi Yat Heen offers up tonic dishes and Promenade serves Korean and Taiwanese fare

PUBLISHED : Monday, 17 October, 2016, 4:51pm
UPDATED : Tuesday, 18 October, 2016, 11:52am

Get out your lederhosen – it’s time once again for the Marco Polo Hongkong hotel's annual Bierfest, which starts on October 21 and runs until November 12. The Oktoberfest celebrations include beer (of course), lucky draws, the Notenhobler Band from Germany and traditional German dishes. Book through hkticketing.com. For inquiries call 2113 3217

Tao Li at the New World Millennium in Tsim Sha Tsui is featuring freshwater fish until the end of October. The selection includes perch broth with chrysanthemum and egg; deep-fried mandarin fish with pine nuts and sweet sauce; deep-fried marble goby with soy sauce; and snakehead fish cooked two ways. Bookings: 2313 4225

Hoi Yat Heen at the Harbour Plaza North Point is serving tonic dishes and dried seafood until October 31. On the menu are dishes of deep-fried cod fish and mango roll; braised pomelo peel with goose web; steamed fish maw stuffed with shrimp mousse and crab roe; and scrambled egg with fish maw, crab meat and crab roe. Bookings: 2185 2788

Promenade restaurant at the Harbour Plaza Metropolis in Hung Hom is featuring Korean and Taiwanese dishes on its dinner buffet until the end of October. The buffet includes danzai noodles; deep fried oysters and Korean fried chicken; doenjang pork skewers; seaweed rice roll; and three-cups chicken. The buffet is HK$568 plus 10 per cent (HK$368 for children) Monday to Thursday and HK$608 plus 10 per cent (HK$398 for children) Friday to Sunday and the eve and day of public holidays. Bookings: 3160 6880