Kick Start The Weekend With Mystery Boxes At The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers
‘Omakase’ chef’s limited edition menu surprises you with daily finest produce
Hong Kong, October 17, 2017 – The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers’ Australian-style grill room Pierside Bar & Restaurant is inviting diners on a mystery journey of the ‘chef’s choice’ – in the style of Japan’s ‘omakase’ tradition!
The three and four-course ‘Mystery Box’ menu is simply based on a choice of three ingredients: Beef, Lobster or Land and Sea.
As with ‘omakase’ dining, Pierside’s Senior Sous Chef Horace Chim, a veteran of some of Sydney’s finest restaurants, will craft the starter, main course and dessert from freshest and finest seafood, meat and seasonal ingredients and herbs he finds in the market that day.
Priced from HK$388 + 10%, the ‘Mystery Box’ menu commenced on October 13, 2017. Served Friday and Saturday nights for 12 weekends, only serving 40 boxes per night, advanced booking is required.
“The ‘Mystery Box’ is total off-the-menu dining, just like the Japanese dining concept of ‘omakase’,” said Chef Chim. “Dishes. Ingredients and even cooking techniques will be changing daily, all dishes are cooked from the freshest seafood, beef and seasonal ingredients available from the market on the day. The only thing patrons know is they will get a starter, main course and dessert in their ‘Mystery Box’ set, with the main ingredients they have chosen.”
Whatever the choice, diners can be assured of Pierside’s ‘ultimate Australian dining experience’, albeit with a touch of mystery, with its signature twist of aromatic Asian herbs and oriental spices.
Pierside Bar & Restaurant consists of a terrace for al fresco dining and a chic contemporary Australian dining room. The restaurant, located on Canton Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, overlooks the beautiful Victoria Harbour.
For enquiries please contact the Pierside Bar & Restaurant
Tel (852) 2738 2398
Address: The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers, China Hong Kong City, 33 Canton Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
All prices are subject to 10% service charge
Pierside’s Senior Sous Chef Horace Chim with the ‘Mystery Box’.
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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.
Distributed on behalf of The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers by Why Not Asia.
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