At HUE: Located at the Hong Kong Museum of Art, on the edge of Victoria Harbour in Tsim Sha Tsui, 5,000 sq. ft Modern Australian restaurant Hue will offer unmissable views of the Chinese New Year fireworks, ensuring a spectacular start to the Lunar New Year. The restaurant’s five-course Chinese New Year banquet-inspired dinner menu is available on Sunday, 26th January 2020. Complete the experience with an insightful wine pairing or a non-alcoholic beverage pairing for an additional.
At INK: Also on the harbourfront, Ink will offer a special family roast dinner menu on Chinese New Year, allowing guests to enjoy a meal with front row seats to the jaw-dropping fireworks display over the harbour. Situated on the ground floor of the new-look Hong Kong Museum of Art, Ink captivates diners with ingredient-driven cuisine and a laid-back seaside vibe at the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui’s harbourfront promenade.
At DRUNKEN POT: Trendy hotpot destination The Drunken Pot is celebrating Chinese New Year with a range of auspicious specialty ringing in the Year of the Rat. A brand new hotpot crafted exclusively for this upcoming festive season at the sister restaurants in Tsim Sha Tsui and Causeway Bay is Flowers on Fish Maw & Chicken with Chinese Medicine Pot. Served from 20 January to 8 February 2020.