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By Shimron Singh | April 25th, 2023

24 April – 30 April 2023 — On this week’s Dining News, Hue Dining are going all in to complement the latest art exhibition of Joan Miró. next up, Maison du Mezze are elevating traditional Lebanese dishes with a contemporary eye. You’re going to have to see the rest below. Just keep on scrolling.


Dining News This Week: 24 April – 30 April 2023

Joan Miró-inspired Spanish pop-up Dinner Menu at Hue Dining

To commemorate Joan Miró — The Poetry of Everyday Life exhibition at the Hong Kong Museum of Art, Chef Salvador Benedicto of MAJO has curated a seven-course Spanish menu. The dining menu is inspired by the art pieces with a touch of sweetness and earthiness that pays homage to his Spanish roots. The seven-course Joan Miró-inspired Spanish dinner menu at Hue Dining is available during dinner service from 23 to 25 May 2023 (Tuesday to Thursday), and it is priced at HK$1,260 per person, with the choice of wine matching at an additional HK$450 per person.

Book your reservation | 1/F Hong Kong Museum of Art,10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui


Arcane and CulinArt 1862 Unite for Two-Night Culinary Adventure

Strawberry Mille Feuille
Sauteed Potato Gnocchi with Fresh Morels 

This May, Arcane and CulinArt 1862 are teaming up to bring the public an exquisite dining experience with a two-night limited-run collaboration menu. Chef Shane Osborn from Arcane and Chef Stanley Wong from CulinArt 1862 will be putting their creative forces together to curate a seven-course culinary indulgence. Every dish on the menu will be meticulously crafted and presented with artistry to tantalize all the senses. The collaboration is scheduled to take place exclusively on 16 and 17 May at CulinArt 1862 in Causeway Bay, with the menu priced at $1,388.

Book Your Reservation | 1/F, Chinachem Leighton Plaza, 29 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay


Contemporary Take on Authentic Lebanese Cuisine at Maison du Mezze 

Injecting an elegant dose of warm Middle Eastern living into Tung Chung’s dining scene, Maison Du Mezze offers a contemporary take on traditional Lebanese fare with an exciting new menu. They present a platter of mouth-watering starters, including the Mix Hummus Platter (HK$180), served with classic Lebanese hummus blended with tahini, lemon, and olive oil; featuring features a charcoal grill-centric selection showcasing the finest cuts of well-seasoned meat and freshest seafood.

G/F, Shop G10, Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung Hotel, 9 Yi Tung Road, Lantau


Cucina Celebrates the Coveted White Asparagus

Vol-Au-Vent, Taiyouran Soft-Boiled Egg, Sautéed White Asparagus, Black Truffle Fondue

Only available from April to June every year, the highly coveted white asparagus is taking the culinary limelight at Cucina. From now until 13 June, Cucina’s Chef de Cuisine Andrea Delzanno is serving a range of dishes that showcase the distinctive flavors and aromas of the “royal vegetable,” which is cherished for its supreme taste and rarity. Expect to see dishes such as Risotto with White Asparagus & Mixed Seafood, and Spaghetti with Garlic and Olive Oil, White Asparagus, Clams & Fried Sakura Shrimps on the menu.

Cucina |  Level 6, Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui


A Lux Complements Festive Family Time with Curated French-Italian Brunch and Dinner Menus

A Lux is bringing in dining and memorable experiences this Mother’s and Father’s Day with elevated brunch & dinner menus.  For both the five-course Mother’s Day and the four-course Father’s Day brunch, the set menu includes free-flow Antipasto, inviting family members to indulge in classic charcuterie and savory vegetables from a smorgasbord of selection. Savor the finest & freshest ingredients and reminisce on sweet happenings with your loved ones.

Book your reservation | Shop M2, M/F, Baskerville House, 13 Duddell Street, Central


Vive opens up on Gough Street

VIVE celebrates the opening of its new home in happening Gough Street, Central. An artfully curated menu spans brunch specialties, big plates, and small, coffees and creatives teas, as well as healthy, cooling thirst quenchers. VIVE’s beloved innovative cakes and other baked treats, ordered via an online concept store, can be collected from the counter at this tasteful new destination for grazing, sipping, and catching up with friends.

G/F, 12 Gough Street, Central


Creo by Brentwood Launches Third Outlet in Coveted Happy Valley Location

One of Hong Kong’s favorite home-grown coffee shop brands, Creo by Brentwood, has brought its signature roasts and beautifully styled interiors to a third location in Happy Valley. Fuelled by a love for good quality coffee and the artistry that surrounds the ancient practice of brewing the perfect cup, Creo Happy Valley focuses on craftsmanship, community, and connection. The carefully curated treats and the earthy, roasted scents of sumptuous ground coffee beans perfume the air and ignite your senses.

 6 Sing Woo Road, Happy Valley


Rosita Introduces “TacOmakase” Mondays

Anticucho Gambas Rojas x Amaranth

Rosita brings to Hong Kong a fresh take on “new” Latin American cuisine with influences from Japan and France. Starting on Monday, 24th April and on select Mondays after, Rosita announces the launch of TacOmakase Nights, where guests can savour progressive interpretations of the beloved taco via an omakase-style menu. The exclusive TacOmakase menu is priced at HK$888+10% per guest and features new and exciting flavour pairings that are sure to entice the tastebuds.

Book Your Reservation | 1-7 Ship Street, Wan Chai


Featured Image by Alison Pang.