We’ve just found several great reasons to pig out this summer. Restaurant group Dining Concepts launches a red-hot promotion at four of its Elgin Street outlets this July. The venues include French bistro Bouchon, Southeast Asian restaurant Soho Spice, beef haven Craftsteak, and neighbourhood favourite Greek and Middle Eastern spot, Olive. Throughout the month, dine at any of these restaurants on a weeknight and enjoy a buy-one-get-one-free deal on your main course, whether it’s a classic duck confit or a hefty T-bone steak.
If you’re looking for more dining deals this month, Pirata Group’s summer passport promotion should keep you sated. Available to all customers (until stocks run out), the passport entitles holders to a host of delicious privileges at all of the group’s outlets, including Pirata, The Optimist, Meats, Pici, TokyoLima, Chifa and even newly opened Madame Ching (pictured above). Aside from getting discounts on your bill when you spend more than $250 or $500, dine five times at any of the aforementioned restaurants and you’ll also be treated to brunch for two on the house.
Last but now least, if you’re really looking to turn up the heat on your eating budget, book yourself a weekend brunch at The Drunken Pot. Starting this weekend, both the Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui branches launch its $98 Taiwanese hotpot sets featuring more than 10 different broths alongside cook-it-yourself ingredients such as prime angus beef and homemade vegetarian dumplings. Tack on an extra $98 to enjoy a two-hour free-flow drinks package that includes wine, sake and even unlimited bloody marys, among other tipples.