To celebrate the launch of the NEW food sharing platform Dishtag, we are hosting a series of exclusive brunch and dinner events at some of your fave restaurants in Hong Kong. As a FOOD LOVER, we’d LOVE it if you could join us.
As Dishtag is all about celebrating beautiful dishes, we'll pay for a delicious tasting menu, and all you'll pay for is the free flow drinks! Our first event is at the hip spot FRANCIS on 13 October but if you can't make it to FRANCIS, tickets for other exciting Dishtag events are also available now!
Register now through the link below to secure your seats for Middle East Dishtag Feast at FRANCIS or one of our yummy tasting events at Brickhouse and Binddas. Make sure to download the Dishtag app before the event and create a profile to gain entry.
You can also visit our website www.dishtag.com to find out more about Dishtag.
Specialised in Middle Eastern cuisine, FRANCIS is Wan Chai's latest hotspot sitting on the ever-popular St Francis Street, generating a buzzing crowd every night outside the restaurant due to its no reservation policy and intimate setting of only 30 seats. Since its opening earlier this year, FRANCIS has been earning rave reviews for its simple yet refined mix of dishes and drinks.
Brickhouse is a restaurant focused on the street food commonly found in Mexico City, featuring healthy options, lots vegetable dishes, authentic tacos and real Mexican flavours and produce. Brickhouse is all about people and social experience, and has won numerous awards including being named one of the Top 5 Concepts in the World by The Manual, Best New Restaurant – Sassy Awards 2013, and others.
Bindaas Bar + Kitchen
Bindaas is a ‘Hinglish’ expression originated from Mumbaiya Hindi, meaning ‘chilled out’ and ‘carefree’. Inspired by a variety of age old recipes and spices from the secret kitchens of India - all with a unique contemporary twist, Bindaas offers snacks of popular street food from different nooks and corners of India and signature craft cocktails and fine wines in a cool, relaxed setting.