Christmas Magazine - Dining
  • Hong Kong’s bars and mixologists have come up with winter cocktails that Bacchus would approve of, from refreshed classics like Bianco & Rosso’s hot toddy take and even home experiences
  • Imbibe at Soho’s Tell Camellia or Zzura, hop over to TST’s DarkSide or do takeaway eggnogs from Diplomat … and if you want to level up, join Glass Gardener’s cocktail workshop

Want to celebrate the festive season, worry-free? Hong Kong’s luxury hotels and caterers have got you covered, from The Ritz-Carlton’s turkey takeaway to Four Season’s French cheese box

Want to ring in the new year with a wine and dine experience to remember? You’ll need our pick of party packages, from bubbly at Cantina to views of the light show from Aqua rooftop


Take the chore out of Christmas shopping by spending a weekend afternoon at the many holiday markets held around the city, from Conrad Hong Kong to Discovery Bay

Once a year, the diet goes out the window and indulgence is the only order of the day – here’s where to dine in style this year, whether it’s traditional turkey or Asian fare you’re after

Ten dinners and parties to ring in 2022, from floor-filling DJ sets to keeping it classy with live jazz and free-flow champagne, and even caviar pairings

From the traditional to the trendy – we’re talking classic eggnog to mulled G&T – here are our top tipples of the season guaranteed to warm your spirits, whatever the weather

From a turkey dinner at Alto to Man Ho’s Cantonese fare and a contemporary French menu at two-Michelin-starred Amber, the city’s best restaurants have you covered this holiday season

Harbourside Grill’s Armand Sablon always had capon chicken at Christmas and Hue’s Anthony Hammel swears by his father’s trifle, while Cobo House’s Ray Choi and Devon Hou take an innovative approach with Asian flavours

For something different, try a curry for Christmas at Bombay Dreams, a festive fusion at Japanese-Brazilian Uma Nota or an upscale and classically French spread at L’Envol

Whether you’re gearing up for an awkward office party or getting cosy with loved ones, Christmas won’t be quite so jolly without a festive tipple

Whether you want a bird’s-eye view of Victoria Harbour, a delicious dinner feast or a boozy brunch on January 1, there are plenty of holiday options in Hong Kong and Macau

French culinary artist, who owns the likes of Sketch in London, Pierre Gagnaire in Paris and Tokyo and Pierre in Hong Kong, was as one of the first to embrace the idea of food as art

Usher in the new year with some of the best flavours from around the globe including French, Japanese or Brazilian by enjoying a nice meal right before the countdown, or with a soothing brunch on New Year’s Day

Whether it’s beer, wine or bubbly, eggnog, a Flying Hong Kong or a Vet’s Antidote, bars are concocting exotic drinks old and new to go down a seasonal treat

Leading hotels like the InterContinental, Mandarin Oriental and Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View have got you covered with a selection of fine food and goodies

Caprice’s Guillaume Galliot, Theo Mistral’s Theo Randall and Town’s Bryan Nagao talk about their fondest holiday memories and beloved festive food

Pamper your loved ones with unforgettable festive meals with a range of dining options that include French, Italian, Middle Eastern, British, fusion and more