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By Shimron Singh | March 24th, 2023

Eat What is The Loop HK’s dining series that delves into the best eats in town for the upcoming month. Every day we are faced with the dilemma of what will fill up our bellies, so we just made it a tad bit easier for you to decide where to eat this April.

Chutney Tandoor House

Andhra Tenderloin

Central’s contemporary Indian restaurant Chutney Tandoor House has created a cult following with its fresh, insightful approach to authentic Indian cuisine. The restaurant now welcomes new Executive Chef Virender Kumar, who will present an exciting new menu to impress all discerning guests. Highlights of the new menu from the Tandoor selection by Chef Kumar include Andhra Tenderloin, Australian Tenderloin marinated with fresh curry leaves, baby mustard seedspomegranate, and mixed spices and cooked in the tandoor oven.

4th Floor, Carfield Commercial Building, 77 Wyndham Street, Central


Victoria 22

Celebrity Chef Charmaine Cheung

This April, gourmands are invited to join celebrity Chef Charmaine Cheung at Chef’s Experience at Victoria 22. The acclaimed chef will be hosting two sessions of the experience every Monday to Wednesday at Victoria 22, bringing in a delicate balance of Western and South-East Asian flavors. With an uncompromising stance on using the freshest seasonal ingredients, you can expect an authentic & innovative 6-course lunch or amuse-bouche, exquisitely curated to blow your palettes away.

Victoria 22, 22/F, Sugar+, 25-31 Sugar Street, Causeway Bay


New World Millennium Hong Kong Hotel

 Sakura-themed seasonal delights

To welcome Japan’s beautiful sakura season, New World Millennium Hong Kong Hotel’s newly appointed Japanese Chef Yusaku Suzuki is presenting sakura-themed seasonal delights at Sagano from now to the end of April, treating Hong Kong diners to a hanami (sakura-appreciating) experience like no other. Make sure to try out the Grilled black sea bass with shuto cream sauce to taste the best of Japan.

72 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East


The Landmark Mandarin Oriental

MO Bar’s Gardener’s Spring Brunch

MO Bar is introducing the Gardener’s Spring Brunch to take guests on a culinary journey with a selection of jaw-dropping dishes such as Lobster TerrineGrass-fed Beef Tartare, seasonal main courses highlighting Half ‘Brick’ Lemon Chicken and the ASC Farmed Seabream, and desserts for all to share. They’re serving all this with a 90-minute free-flow of Moët & Chandon Champagne, Seasonal Cocktails, Signature Mocktails, Juices, and Soft Drinks.

The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central


Alibi at Cordis

Alibi debuts the revamped menu with British Chef James Oakley and Executive Pastry Chef Roy Ma. They’ve meticulously curated an array of exciting new flavors from light bites to indulgent seafood. Recommendations include Locally Sourced Littleneck Clams Meunière and Australian Free Range Grass-fed Vintage Beef Striploin.

Cordis Hotel, 555 Shanghai Street, Mongkok, Kowloon


Artisan Lounge

Art Karnival Afternoon Tea Set

Artisan Lounge has announced the launch of its latest masterpiece in March – the “Art Karnival” afternoon tea set. The new afternoon tea set is a tribute to the spirit of Art Karnival 2023, which is a perfect blend of art and gastronomy, with its unique flavors and exquisite presentation. The highlight of the afternoon tea set is the “Make Your Own Art” section which allows patrons to unleash their creativity and design their own edible masterpieces.

Available from 16 March to 31 May 2023.

Shop G008-G008A, K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui  


Café Circles at Nina Hotel

Easter Brunch at Cafe Circles

Curated for both little ones and grown-ups, the Easter buffet at Café Circles features seasonal-inspired delicacies, a bountiful array of Easter-themed dishes, and sweet treats. Aside from an array of Wagyu creations, highlights also include Deviled Egg and Roasted Citrus Salmon, and not to be missed desserts are the adorable Easter Carrot Cake, Bunny Cup Cakes, as well as the colorful Rainbow Lamingtons.

Nina Hotel, 8 Yeung Uk Road, Tsuen Wan


Café Renaissance

Set sail for Café Renaissance and cruise into the Surf ‘N Turf Bash from 27 March to 31 May! Navigate the classic match encompassing the drool-worthy crustaceans and a plethora of top-notch cuts of Wagyu from Australia for a veritable feast. Step on board for an intriguing culinary adventure and cast away by the irresistible land and sea indulgence.

Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Wanchai 


Featured Image by Ella Olsson.