‘Tis the season to enjoy a fantastic meal with family and friends! We’ve rounded up some of the best Christmas dining deals at our fave Hong Kong restaurants. There’s something to suit every occasion here, whether you are hankering for a traditional turkey dinner, a sumptuous feast or a casual catch-up with friends.
BRICK LANE is offering a set Christmas dinner menu with appetisers including Santa’s Scotch egg, mains such as turkey breast or lobster tail linguine, and orange cheesecake in a jar for dessert. The dinner menu is HK$398 per set, and there’s the option of including a whole roast turkey for HK$880. Available until 1 January.
Bread Street Kitchen & Bar
Aberdeen Street Social
Dinner is available on 24 and 25 December for HK$750 per person with three courses including Maine lobster cocktail, roast Norfolk bronze turkey with all the trimmings, and a classic Christmas pudding with brandy sauce.
Spasso will have a 24 December a la carte menu featuring Italian dishes typically served on Christmas Eve, such as Cotechino sausage laid on braised Castelluccio lentils. They are also offering a Christmas Day brunch with turkey, zampone and more. Christmas Day prices start at HK$428 per adult and children under six eat for free. To make the celebrations extra special, free-flow packages are also on offer starting from $178.
SPIGA is the first restaurant outside Italy for celebrity chef, Enrico Bartolini. Renowned for his authentic Italian cuisine prepared with innovative techniques, he is offering a four-course Christmas dining menu. The set menu is HK$688 per person and is available on 24 and 25 December.
Beef & Liberty
Beef & Liberty is offering two set menus for Christmas dining throughout December. The first is four courses for HK$328 per person for a minimum of 10 people. The second four-course set menu is HK$428 per person and requires a minimum booking of 10 people with 48 hours’ notice. Free-flow packages are available.
Enjoy Northern Spanish inspired plates on 24 and 25 December with The Optimist’s Christmas tasting menu. It’s priced at HK$650 per person, while free-flow drinks packages of wine, prosecco, beer and spirits range from HK$240 to HK$420 per person. They are also offering a festive brunch menu on 23–26 December and 1 January for HK$348 per head.
Jamie’s Italian has a number of festive dining options through the month of December. You can enjoy a festive three-course lunch for HK$300 per head, or a three-course festive dinner for HK$500 per person. There is also the option of a three-course festive sharing menu for HK$368.
Sevva is offering a Christmas Celebration Set Lunch at HK$600 per head from 4 to 22 December, and a Christmas Eve Dinner Menu on 24 December for HK$2,580. The menu includes decadent rum and fig Christmas pudding crepe and roast duckling.
DiVino Patio will be serving a mini a-la-carte selection on 24–26 December of Sardinian dishes which invoke the spirit of a family Christmas. Menu highlights include culugiones dumplings filled with potato, pecorino and peppermint; Sardinian ‘fregola’ pasta with lamb ragout and winter black truffle; and Sardinian suckling piglet roasted with fresh mirto leaves, mirto liquor reduction, fresh fennel and radish salad.
This popular Hong Kong steakhouse has an extensive range of the best prime steaks from the US and Australia, complemented by custom-designed entrees, appetisers, salads, poultry, fish and shellfish and classic sides. Featuring a seafood bar, soup, charcuterie, roast carvery and a choice of mains and side dishes, the Christmas menu is finished with a selection of traditional Christmas desserts. The Christmas dining menu is available on 24 and 25 December for HK$598.
Grand Central in Elements is offering a three- and four-course dinner, from HK$368 to $398. Menu highlights include roasted US turkey breast served with corn bread stuffing, cherry balsamic jam, glazed carrots and giblet gravy, pecan pie cheesecake and banana foster bread pudding. Until 26 December.
ALTO features a classic grill menu with a twist and stunning views over Causeway Bay from the 31st floor of the V Point Tower. Enjoy the vista while indulging in a three-course Christmas menu at HK$588 per head. Available on 24 and 25 December.
Much-loved brunch venue Zuma will be pleasing the crowds with a special Christmas edition of their legendary brunch. Christmas Eve and Christmas Day brunches will feature mulled wine, oysters and roasted turkey. Prices start at HK$688 with a champagne brunch HK$888.
AL MOLO is offering a delicious array of salumi, salads, antipasto, signature mains and mouthwatering desserts on its Christmas buffet menu. The menu will be available on 24 and 25 December and costs HK$598.
Carpaccio in Tsim Sha Tsui is offering early bird and late night sittings between 23–26 December. If you dine between 5.30pm–7pm or after 9.45pm you will receive a 10 percent discount on a four-course menu, starting at HK$398 per person. On Christmas Eve and Christmas Day from 8pm onwards, a minimum spend of HK$398 is required.
Located on the 20th floor of The ONE in Tsim Sha Tsui, Cafe Deco is offering a four-course dinner on Christmas Eve. Appetisers include salmon tartare and pan-fried foie gras fruit melba. For mains you can select from Christmas turkey ballotine, Black Angus beef filet mignon Wellington or baked Canadian live lobster thermidore. The meal ends with a dessert prepared by pastry chef Frank Law. Christmas Eve dinner is HK$850 per head. There is also a Christmas brunch buffet on Christmas Day from 11.30am–3pm. It costs HK$548 per adult and HK$250 per child.
NB – prices subject to 10 percent service charge in most venues.
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