With international jet-setting still out of reach, staycations and dining experiences have become more sought after than ever – especially in Hong Kong. Luckily, the metropolis is never short of new openings and menus. Check out STYLE ’s pick of dinners and drinks around town to keep you tastefully entertained. Is the age of the celebrity chef over for good? New menu at La Rambla At La Rambla in IFC, executive chef Ferran Tadeo introduces a fresh new à la carte sea-to-table menu. Brimming with Spanish flair, the new menu is freshly prepared using the finest ingredients from sea and land. Del Mar à la Mesa, a cold seafood platter that pleases both the eye and the palate, is a fine testament to that. Comprised of fresh market catches including Carlingford N1 Irish oysters and Japanese tuna akami , chutoro and otoro cuts, it’s a great starter to share among family and friends. Pair it with sangria to be instantly transported to the Mediterranean seaside. The Hokkaido Scallop en Salsa Verde is wonderfully fresh and flavourful too, unfussily topped with salsa verde and garlic chips and seared in olive oil. Another of our dinner favourites is the tenderly grilled squid dish, Calamar con Refrito de Ajo, which is served simply with garlic chips and olive oil, preserving the ingredients’ original tastes. And don’t forget to try the Lubina à la Sal, a whole Spanish sea bass wrapped under a salt-baked shell, presented to guests in a live flame-cooking process. 21 of Singapore’s best breakfast and brunch cafes Drinks at the Hari The Hari Hong Kong might be a relative newcomer to the city’s hotel scene, but it’s already making a splash thanks to its singular food and drink offerings. The hotel has joined forces with German gin brand Monkey 47 to create specially crafted cocktails across its venues. There’s also a five-course cocktail pairing menu at the hotel’s Japanese restaurant, Zoku Restaurant & Terrace. The five new concoctions – Deliria Spritz, Candy Contraband, Sir Harrison, Baboom! and Kuroi Mori – all incorporate the brand’s Schwarzwald Dry Gin, and are designed to complement the gin’s 47 hand-picked plant ingredients. They are available at the hotel’s Lucciola Restaurant & Bar, Zoku Restaurant & Terrace and The Lounge. Foodies will not be disappointed either – the signature cocktails are also featured in an exclusive pairing menu at Zoku Restaurant & Terrace. The five-course culinary journey includes decadent dishes like toro tartare with truffle aioli and caviar, wild yellowtail buri sashimi with pickled daikon and serrano and Kagoshima A5 beef with seared foie gras. Priced at US$165 (HK$1,288), the five-course pairing menu is available for dinner at Zoku Restaurant & Terrace from Monday to Thursday. The Hari’s limited-edition cocktails and pairing menu are available until September 15. 15 new restaurants to try in Hong Kong this month Ami and Wood Ears opens Ami, the latest launch from Gourmet Dining Group, the people behind Arbor and Épure, is the latest example of extremely posh food combined with a relaxed atmosphere. In this case, its owners call the concept “bistronomie”, a mash-up of “bistro” and “gastronomy”. Located in Central’s Alexandra House, the restaurant is headed by Michelin-starred executive chef Nicolas Boutin and chef de cuisine Eric Taluy. It offers an à la carte menu featuring elevated takes on French classics, often with a contemporary twist, in a suave, forgivingly lit space by upscale-funky design firm Yabu Pushelberg. There’s also a seasonal tasting menu, which changes monthly, and is available only to those who book one of the private rooms. Ami is accompanied by Wood Ear, a bar that goes really big on rare whiskies. Its collection features more than 400 varieties from Scotland, Japan and elsewhere, sourced through auctions and from private collections. Want more stories like this? Sign up here. Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .