Hong Kong’s Great November Feast
Hong Kong’s Great November Feast will return this year with over 100 participating restaurants, including 16 Michelin Starred restaurants, to offer visitors a gourmet experience in one of the world’s culinary capitals. Along with limited edition menus, the month long festival will also include a number of tasting tours and culinary events.
Great November Feast Highlights:
Great November Feast Menus
From Michelin starred restaurants, to classic legendary restaurants, participating restaurants will offer exclusive menus priced as low as HK$450 (approximately £44) per person. Participating restaurants will require visitors to book in advance from 25th October through FeedMe Guru. www.feedmeguru.com/en/
The Hidden Food Menu of Hong Kong – Every Monday and Thursday throughout November
Organised by Jebsen Holidays, The Hidden Food Menu of Hong Kong tour is a culinary adventure in Sham Shui Po. The tour begins with Hong Kong-style milk tea and egg tarts, followed by a visit to a modern wet market and samples of traditional Chinese tonics. The journey will also introduce the tastes of traditional Chinese teas and dai pai dong (open-air food stalls) dishes. Tickets start from HK$480 (approximately £47 per person). www.jebsenholidays.com/en/hongkong
Tong Chong Street Market – Every Sunday in November
The pop-up Tong Chong Street Market will offer coffee lovers the chance to sample beverages and treats from over 40 stalls every Sunday from 11am to 5pm.
Lan Kwai Fong Japan Carnival 2018 – 10th to 11th November
The 2018 Japan Carnival will offer over 40 booths showcasing delicacies and beverages from Japan, including sake, shochu and awamori. Visitors will be able to take part in interactive games, try on a yukata, and enjoy Japanese stage performances in Lan Kwai Fong. The carnival is free to attend and open from 1pm till late.
QRE Whisky Walk – 17th November
The QRE is an opportunity for whisky enthusiasts to taste some of the world’s best whiskies and cocktails from 20 outlets along Queen’s Road East and Lee Tung Avenue. In addition to whisky tasting, there will be sharing sessions by professional wine-tasters.
For more information about Hong Kong, visit www.DiscoverHongKong.com.