Juice Pairing Menu Introduces Hot New Culinary Craze in Singaporean Style at The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers' Satay Inn

Health-conscious trend matching menu of signature favourites with exotic fruit and veg juice blends

Hong Kong, August 29, 2017– The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers’ acclaimed Singaporean restaurant Satay Inn has introduced a novel menu showcasing the hip new culinary craze of juice pairing.

Matching dishes with juice is a health-conscious trend highlighting flavours and nuances just like the perfect wine.

The non-alcoholic pairing concept was trailblazed by two-Michelin Star chef Rene Redzepi at Noma in Denmark, ranked Best Restaurant in the World four times in the last seven years.

It has since become the latest culinary vogue sweeping restaurants worldwide.

“But the pairing trend is far more sophisticated than a simple glass of orange or apple juice,” says Kenneth Yuen, Executive Chef at The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers. “It introduces fruit and veg blends, herbal infusions and exotic aromatics for complex layers of flavour designed to complement ingredients on the plate – just like wine.”

Satay Inn is presenting an entire 5-course, HK$388 menu pairing freshly-made juices with much-loved signatures of its spicy Singaporean and Malaysian cuisine. (A minimum of two persons)

Appetiser Platter of ‘Street Food’ favourites Pork Satay, Hokkien Popiah and Shrimp Paste Chicken is paired with a refreshing blend of Cucumber, Parsley and Lemon. Cucumber considers as superb health food, which reduces cholesterol and supplies skin-friendly minerals too.

Hearty, spicy Deep-fried Crispy Curry Beef Brisket is matched with a vitamin-rich

libation of Beetroot, Carrot, Apple and Lemon. Beetroot's deep, overpoweringly red juice has earned the reputation as the most bossy of vegetables, which provides good source of iron and lower blood pressure.

Baked Sea Bass Steak with Sambal Sauce is complimented by a sweet and sour concoction of Pomegranate, Passion Fruit and Honey. Pomegranates are among the healthiest fruits on earth and loaded with important nutrients as well as help improve memory. Another signature dishes from Singapore cuisine, Butter Cereal King Prawns are paired with Pear, Kiwi fruit and Apple, with the spicy ‘superfood’ flaxseed. Kiwi is not just an ordinary fruit but a powerhouse of antioxidants to inducing sleep.

Dessert of Pandan Chiffon Cake luxuriates with the fruity delights of Pandan syrup and Coconut Ice-Cream, rather than paired with a juice.

“Non-alcoholic pairing makes sense because there is no reason why juice shouldn’t match perfectly with food,” added Kenneth.

“It doesn't matter what’s in your glass. Beer, wine or juice - the concept is just the same. It’s another ingredient, like a sauce or condiment, designed to allow non-drinkers the same opportunity to enjoy a delicious, perfectly matched beverage with their food as drinkers. So whether someone chooses alcohol or not, we offer an amazing dining experience.”

The menu is initially served as a promotion from now till November 31, 2017. 

Satay Inn is the go-to venue in Hong Kong for authentic Singaporean dishes, serving much-loved classics from Hainanese chicken rice and bak kut teh to satays and laksa.

Against the backdrop of stunning views over Victoria Harbour from China Hong Kong City on Canton Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers is one of the most convenient locations for Hong Kong visitors.

The prime address for families, business travellers and shoppers is on the doorstep of both the city’s famous ‘Golden Mile’ of world-class shopping and entertainment, and a short stroll from the iconic Cross-Harbour Ferry service to Central and the Hong Kong Exhibition & Convention Centre. For cross-border travellers, it is also just an escalator-ride away from the China Ferry Terminal.

A connecting walkway also allows direct access from the urban oasis to peaceful Kowloon Park, to explore the picturesque Chinese Garden and entertaining Bird Lake, while award-winning dining includes contemporary Australian seafood and authentic Singaporean cuisine.

As a pioneering leader in green and sustainable business philosophy and environmental commitment, Royal Pacific is the first Green Key Hotel in Hong Kong and China – and becomes 100% smoke-free on July 1, 2017.

For enquiries please contact Satay Inn
Tel (852) 2738 2368
Email: fnb@royalpacific.com.hk
Address: Shop 3, Tower 1, Podium Level, China Hong Kong City, 33 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

All prices are subject to 10% service charge

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Satay Inn is presenting an entire 5-course menu pairing freshly-made juices.

Baked Sea Bass Steak with Sambal Sauce is complimented by a sweet and sour concoction of Pomegranate, Passion Fruit and Honey.

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About The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers
Located on Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui in Kowloon, The Royal Pacific Hotel and Towers provides high-quality accommodation, food & beverage, and other hospitality services. The hotel provides an enticing array of dining options, including Café on the PARK which serves all-day international buffets, the award-winning Satay Inn which provides authentic Singaporean cuisine, the sleek and chic Pierside Bar & Restaurant known for its contemporary Australian fare, and PARK Deli which offers a tempting array of freshly-baked pastries and choice of sandwiches. Other facilities include 8 function spaces to suit the needs of business and leisure travellers.

About Sino Hotels
Sino Group comprises three listed companies in Hong Kong, namely Sino Land Company Limited (HKSE: 83), Tsim Sha Tsui Properties Limited (HKSE: 247) and Sino Hotels (Holdings) Limited (HKSE: 1221) and private companies owned by the Ng Family.

Sino Hotels collectively refers to hotels owned and / or managed under Sino Group, it encompasses over 3,600 guestrooms and suites in ten hotels across Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia. The growing portfolio includes seven hotels in Hong Kong, namely The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers, City Garden Hotel, Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel, Island Pacific Hotel, The Pottinger Hong Kong, The Olympian Hong Kong and Conrad Hong Kong, as well as three in Asia-Pacific, namely The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore and The Westin Sydney.  Sino Hotels also owns and operates the exclusive Gold Coast Yacht & Country Club in Hong Kong.

As a trusted brand of the hospitality industry, each property in Sino Hotels’ portfolio offers a unique experience while sharing the mission of providing the best possible services and facilities to create a home away from home.


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