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Where to Eat in Hong Kong This November 2021

From a white truffle menu, to a Balinese feast, here’s where to eat in Hong Kong in November 2021.

Innovative Italian restaurant Radical Chic, has recently introduced a new white truffle degustation experience

Here’s Where to eat in Hong Kong in November 2021

Poem

Popular Indonesian restaurant Poem has introduced a new autumn-winter menu. The selection follows Balinese traditions, while creating dishes that also capture the harmony between products and flavours. Appetisers include a vegan king mushroom pan seared and served with roasted beetroot sambal and garlic oil, and slow-cooked octopus with spicy balado sambal and sweet chilli sauce. Fresh seafood, a staple in Bali, takes centre stage in the restaurant’s new mains with dishes such as a whole grilled seabass marinated in a piquant chilli sauce, and Jimbaran lobster cooked with a bold barbecue sauce.

Poem, 5/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham St, Central; +852 2810 6166

Gelato Messina

Blacksheep’s Gelato Messina recently opened on Pottinger Street. The group’s first traditional gelateria serves 35 classic flavours and an ever-changing line-up of specials, such as the grand creation featuring Hong Kong Milk Tea and Egg Tart.

Gelato Messina, 37 Pottinger St, Central

Duddell’s

Where to Eat in Hong Kong in November 2021

With the hairy-crab season in full swing, one-Michelin-star Cantonese restaurant Duddell’s has created a special limited-edition menu featuring Shanghainese hairy crabs from Hokkaido. The six-course Hairy Crab Tasting Menu with Sake pairing features popular Cantonese classics such as xiaolongbao and hairy-crab coral; braised rice noodles in ishinabe, and hairy-crab coral and steamed fresh whole Hokkaido hairy crab.

Duddell’s, 1 Duddell Street, Central; +852 2525 9191

nüte

Where to Eat in Hong Kong in November 2021

Inspired by science-driven nutrition, nüte celebrates health-conscious living with tasty food featuring natural ingredients. The latest addition to BaseHall, Central’s trendy food court, nüte’s menu includes ignature grab-and-go Icebar smoothies and smoothie bowls, designed to boost immunity or detox. Two varieties of wholesome tartines and Japanese grain bowls are also available for a down-to-earth snack or meal.

Basehall, Jardine House, Shops 9A, 9B and 9C LG/F, 1 Connaught Pl, Central; +852 3643 0865

China Tang

where to eat in Hong Kong in November 2021

China Tang has joined forces with Shanghai Tang to unveil a new menu titled Gourmet Voyage in Tea Garden. The collaboration is inspired by the first Chinese Ta Home Fragrance Collection launched by the brand and includes a five-course seasonal menu created by the executive chef of China Tang Landmark, Menex Cheung.

With the use of Oolong and Longjing Tea, chef Cheung incorporates their notes into an array of sweet and savoury dishes. From braised orange scented rice topped with crab coral black truffle, to deep-fried Shanghai white cabbage infused with oolong tea and cuttle fish paste, each dish carries a delightful scent. Upon ordering the Gourmet Voyage in Tea Garden menu, customers will receive a room spray tester (2ml) from Shanghai Tang’s Chinese Tea Home Fragrance line, a fragrance ceramic tile and a voucher to receive an exclusive Fine Bone China Mug redeemable when purchasing two or more items from the new collection.

China Tang, Shops 411-413 4/F Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central; +852 2522 2148

Austin Miao, Branded Content Manager 

Yung Kee

Yung Kee recently unveiled its revamped premises and menu in an effort to celebrate and revive Hong Kong’s traditional dining culture. Founded in 1936, the heritage restaurant and brand are particularly famous for its roast goose. Two floors of the historic location in Central have been refurbished to combine contemporary design and nostalgic elements. When entering the restaurant, guests can now admire Yung Kee’s original booth seating, an ode to its past as a dai pai dong.

Yung Kee, Yung Kee Building, Wellington St, Central; +852 2522 1624

Radical Chic

Where to Eat in Hong Kong in November 2021

A dish of Tartufo Bianco e Amaretti (white truffle with Amaretti biscuits) can be enjoyed at upscale Italian restaurant Radical Chic as part of its new white-truffle degustation menu, which ushers in Piedmont’s “white diamonds” season

Radical Chic, ICC, Shop B1, Level 101, 1 Austin Rd W, Tsim Sha Tsu; +852 3618 7880

Bibi & Baba

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Helmed by Head Chef Ho Wai-Kong, Bibi & Baba recently unveiled its new Off-Menu selection that features classic Singaporean and Malaysian dishes. The menu includes sambal stingray, Singaporean chilli crab, cereal prawns, beef rendang with rice and much more. Go hungry as the portions are bigger than normal. It’s worth noting that some of the dishes on the Off-Menu cannot be ordered a-la-carte. The set menu is only available by advanced 48-hours pre-order for a minimum of 6 guests for lunch and dinner.

Austin Miao, Branded Content Manager 

Bibi & Baba, 1-7 Ship St, Wan Chai; +852 2555 0628

Little Bedu

In celebration of its third anniversary, Middle Eastern restaurant Bedu is expanding its brand with the launch of Little Bedu, a takeaway-only concept also located on Gough Street. An extension of executive chef Corey Riches’ values and passion for modern Middle Eastern cuisine, the restaurant serves creations inspired by the region’s vast culinary traditions. New signatures include Jordan, with lamb and labneh; Beirut, with spiced chicken and tabouli; and Egypt, with falafel and hummus.

Little Bedu, Shop 2, G/F, 49-51a Gough St, Central

Felix

Where to Eat in Hong Kong in November 2021

This autumn, Jay Gatsby comes to Hong Kong to host a series of exclusive dinners at The Peninsula’s Felix. Inspired by a New York City speakeasy and a golden age of elegance and ground-breaking gastronomy, the immersive dining experience is organised in partnership with the award-winning Secret Theatre company. For the occasion, chef de cuisine Juan Gomez has prepared a selection of imaginative dishes whose origins can be traced back to the glamorous decade of a century ago.

Felix, 28/F The Peninsula Hong Kong, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui; +852 2696 6778

“Where to Eat in Hong Kong in November 2021” is a part of a monthly series, check back every month for more recommendations

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