NEWS

7 New Menus To Try In March

by: Angie Kwon
31 Mar 2017

Spring is loitering round the corner, waiting for winter to stop threatening us, which means time for some new menus. Get stuck into these offerings around town.

Catalunya

Catalunya serves Catalan-style food and specialises in Spanish gastronomy as well as sophisticated cocktails. Enjoy one of the snazzy cocktails between Monday to Friday from 6pm onwards and chow down a complimentary bar snack such as the innovative paella crunch – a cracker like concoction topped with prawns and aioli. Also, they serve ham and cheese truffle bikinis, so, ’nuff said.

Catalunya
Address:  G/F, Guardian House, 32 Oi Kwan Rd, Wan Chai
Tel:  2866 7900
Link:  catalunya.hk

 

Craft Brew & Co

 

Okay, this isn’t strictly a new menu but Craft Brew & Co has launched its third outpost in Kennedy Town and houses 15 beer taps and a large selection of guest brews. The range of mouth watering craft beer snacks include duck fat fries, burgers and hand crafted sausages, making for a great ballast when sampling the extensive draft and bottle selection. Beer and burgers – the answer is always yes. 

Craft Brew & Co
Address:  G/F, 27-31 Catchick St, Kennedy Town
Tel:  2246 8782
Link:  craftbrew.com.hk

 

Cucina

 

Until 31 March, Cucina’s Italian Chef Andrea Delzanno is serving six dishes centred around the Roman artichoke. Dishes include a raw artichoke salad with seared scampi tails, as well chitarra spaghetti with fresh Tuscan sausage and artichoke or fillet of red snapper with artichoke, lemon, tomato and mushroom. Get acquainted with this seasonal ingredient with sweeping views of Victoria Harbour as the backdrop.

Cucina
Address:  6/F, Marco Polo Hotel, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tel:  2113 0808
Link:  marcopolohotels.com

 

Lily & Bloom

 

Lily & Bloom has had something of a revamp recently and a whole host of different nights to go with it. Head over on a Tuesday evening for unlimited freshly shucked oysters, prawn cocktail, mussels and a choice of main course for $490. The Sunday Funday event is a must for film buffs and seafood lovers alike. Enjoy a range of fresh lobster dishes such as lobster thermidor whilst watching classics such as The Godfather. Maybe keep the lobster shell to leave in your enemies bed in lieu of a horsehead…

Lily & Bloom
Address:  5/F & 6/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham St, Central
Tel:  2810 6166
Link:  fb.com/LilyandBloom

 

Satay Inn

 

Satay Inn has a new makeover on its design and menu and brings a touch of Southeast Asia to Hong Kong. The new menu boasts a wider selection of Singapore’s multi-ethnic cuisine, featuring eight new dishes from Singaporean chef, Kelvin Wong. Highlights include cereal butter prawns, assam fish head, wok-fried sole fillets with okra and sambal and garoupa fillets with bean curd.

Satay Inn
Address:  Three locations including; The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers, 33 Canton Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tel:  2738 2368
Link:  sino-hotels.com

 

Viet Kitchen

 

Despite its contemporary design, Viet Kitchen is an intimate space that offers a selection of classic pho, as well as unique cocktails inspired by the flavours of Vietnam. New spring menu items include the spicy betel leaf beef roll and Da Lat style yellow coconut chicken curry. Finish with the banana chocolate spring roll (say what?!) and wash it down with a sriracha bloody Mary.

Viet Kitchen
Address:  G04 & G06, Nexus Bldg, 41 Connaught Rd, Central
Tel:  2806 2068
Link:  vietkitchenhk.com

 

Zafran

 

Zafran is part tapas restaurant, part drinking haven and part low-key nightclub spot all in one. Welcoming a new chef, Pere Moreno from Barcelona, the new menu of 30 dishes features contemporary signatures. Tuck into delights such as black paella with squid-ink rice, baby squid, Catalan saffron and garlic aioli, red prawn tartare with avocado, tomato brunaise and sea asparagus and smoked grilled octopus served on bed of chickpea hummus.

Zafran
Address:  Basement, 43-55 Wyndham St, Central
Tel:  2116 8855
Link:  zafran.com.hk