Foodie about Town: 22 June–2 July 2017

Foodie about Town: 22 June–2 July 2017

Is your tummy ready for all the yummy events?

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Foodie  Foodie Your Guide to Good Taste  on 21 Jun '17

Bracing food events are here to amp up the summer vibes in our buzzing city, so brace yourself and join the foodie adventure whenever you’re ready – aka now.

And be sure to visit our recently launched Foodie eMarket to bring heaps of goodies back home or have a ravenous night out.

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A Collaboration Between the Winner of MasterChef Asia and Foxglove's Brand-new Executive Chef 

Date: Saturday, 24 June 2017

Time: 6:30–9pm

Venue: Foxglove, Printing House, 2/F, 6 Duddell Street, Central

Organiser: Foodie

If you haven't heard, details of our signature Secret Supper were leaked – revealing epic dinner plans between the first-ever winner of MasterChef Asia, Chef Woo Wai Leong, and Foxglove's brand-new executive chef, Kevin Lee. Guests can anticipate a stellar six-course meal with drink pairings at this exclusive one-night-only event. Limited tickets are available, so purchase now!

Cost: $1,000 for Foodie Club member/$1,200 for non-members

Buy your tickets here.

6-course Italian Gastronomic Menu at Spasso

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Date: 1 June–30 June 2017

Venue: Spasso, Empire Centre, 68 Mody Rd, TST East

Organisers: Foodie and Spasso

Spasso's new Italian chef Tommaso Rigoni presents a six-course menu using seasonal ingredients to unveil his passion and culinary creativity in this feast paired with wine from DiVino Group's bespoke labels, proudly co-produced with Agricola Eccelsa. This is one menu you will not want to miss.

Cost: $1,046 + 10% service charge per person (with wine); $788 + 10% service charge per person (without wine)

Buy your tickets here.

Wine vs Sake 5-course Gourmet Supper at Mr & Mrs Fox

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Date: Thursday, 29 June 2017

Time: 7pm

Venue: Mr & Mrs Fox, 23 Tong Chong Street, Quarry Bay 

Organiser: Foodie

In this fun and interactive evening at Mr & Mrs Fox, the competition will run for five rounds as wine and sake go head to head with each of these delicious dishes: hamachi ceviche, Japanese cold soba noodles, slow-poached sea bream and black truffle, rib-eye and a final cheeseboard for the ultimate ending.  

Cost: $650 + 10% service charge per person 

Buy your tickets here.

BRICK LANE 7.1 Craft Beer Festival 2017

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Date: Saturday, 1 July 2017

Time: 6–10pm

Venue: BRICK LANE Admiralty, Shop 404, 4/F, CITIC Tower, 1 Tim Mei Avenue

Organiser: BRICK LANE

BRICK LANE® Craft Beer Festival is back in town for the third time! This year, the festival will be held on 1 July to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Hong Kong SAR's establishment. The fireworks display is the theme for this year's festivities. You may not have realised that CITIC Tower in Admiralty – sitting right in front of Victoria Harbour, where BRICK LANE Admiralty is located – is one of the best spots in Hong Kong to watch the fireworks display. Free-flow craft beer, scrumptious British fare, music and fireworks all in ONE go – purchase your tickets now (before 20 June) and enjoy a 10% early-bird discount!

Cost: $238 per person (stand-up ticket with free-flow beer + canapés); $338 per person (sit-down ticket with free-flow beer + dinner)

Buy your tickets at any BRICK LANE outlet.

*no tickets are available for purchase at the door on the night

*10% early-bird discount available for tickets purchased on or before 20 June 2017

Heritage Vogue • Hollywood Road

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Date: Saturday, 1 July 2017

Time: 12–9pm

Venue: PMQ


Date: Sunday, 2 July 2017


(1) Hollywood Road (12–9:30pm)

(2) Upper Lascar Row (12–6pm)

(3) PMQ (12–9pm)

Organiser: Commissioner for Heritage’s Office of the Development Bureau


Fancy experiencing the rich history, heritage and cultural and artistic dimensions of Hollywood Road? This event is tailor-made for you. The Heritage Vogue • Hollywood Road street carnival will present an array of activities, including cheongsam shows, street dances, music performances, guided tours, sketching activities, workshops and exhibitions.

Hong Kong is a melting pot of Eastern and Western cultures, so follow the experts to explore the best local delicacies on a gourmet trail and have a taste of authentic Hong Kong snacks – such as egg waffles, peanut candy and fish balls – that truly reflect the local culture. You can also enjoy a variety of Chinese herbal teas for free at historic shophouse Lui Seng Chun and participate in a coffee tastings at Stone Houses Family Garden. Last but definitely not least, indulge in the snacks and beverages provided by Viva Blue House

Cost: free admission

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