Calling all foodies, break out the stretchy pants because Great November Feast returns to Hong Kong this November, a mammoth of a food festival with events taking place all over the city all month long. With over 600 participating restaurants, this food marathon brings together the best of Hong Kong's culinary scene featuring special tasting menus, world-class wine and spirit expos, gourmet tours, themed dining events and district-wide takeovers of Lan Kwai Fong and Tong Chong Street. Keep an eye out for all the great value offers for the month of November of up to 50% off. From street food to Michelin-starred dining, there is something to suit everyone's tastes, literally.
A world of cuisine at your doorstep.
Restaurant booking platform FeedMe Guru is partnering with 30 of the city’s top restaurants to prepare exclusive tasting menus showcasing five of Hong Kong’s choice ingredients: steak, sea urchin, truffle, lobster and oyster. Participating restaurants include Arcane, Kinship, Lobster Bar, and many more.
Tour de Italy
A highlight of the ITALIA MIA Festival, Bite & Fly is a celebration of Italian cuisine, where each participating restaurant will design and serve a special menu that showcases traditional Italian products. Each restaurant represents a region in Italy and every visit receives a Bite & Fly passport stamp from the corresponding region, collect 3 stamps and be entered for a chance to win a trip to Italy. Saluti!
Feast like the French
Alas, we meat again. The French Beef Festival returns to Hong Kong for its second year. From November 15-30, Interbev, the inter-professional organisation for livestock and meat in France, bring the finest cuts of meat from France to be served at over 24 restaurants, with Le Garcon Saigon, Ichu Peru, Estiatoria Keia and Top Blade Steak Lab among the list.
A taste of Japan's prized tipple
A staple tipple in Japanese culture, sake has in recent years become popular worldwide, especially as a drink to compliment seafood. Seafood loves sake highlights the umami of fresh seafood and sake with a unique pairing menu from each of the 20 participating restaurants which include both traditional Chinese and contemporary venues. The campaign aims to encourage Hongkongers to experience the perfect match that is seafood and sake.
Have a corking good time with international wine.
Hot deals on the grapevine
Work your way through a multitude of limited offers on wine, bubbly, whisky, sake, craft beer and more, including specialty bottles brought in by Wine & Dine Festival suppliers from across the globe. Don't miss out on all the deals available throughout the Great November Feast, with discounts up to 50% off.
Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Fair
Connect with fellow winos while sampling and learning about the great wines and spirits from around the world at this annual premier exhibition. Returning to Wan Chai from November 7-9, the Fair will see over 1,000 exhibitors converging at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Do as the locals do.
Get a dose of local culture by delighting your taste buds with Klook's recommendations, from famous venues to hidden gems, all for a nice price. Enjoy Hong Kong’s unique food culture and take advantage of dining deals like Michelin-starred dim sum at Tim Ho Wan, siu mei, sweet and savoury street snacks, noodles and hot pot, by purchasing a promotional offer or discounted cash voucher.
Gourmet walking tours
Take in some of Hong Kong’s best street food, sights and living culture with one of the guided tours. A must for inquisitive foodies who want to eat like a local is The Temple Street Night Foodie Tour. Straight out of a Hong Kong movie scene, this enegertic area is a playground for neighbourhood locals. On this night-time food tour you will taste street snacks and local desserts before rolling up your sleeves for the grand finale of a hands-on seafood dinner.
Organised by the LKF association, the Lan Kwai Fong Cuisine Celebration lines up venues all over LKF to offer unbeatable dining for the month of November. Participating restaurants, bars and clubs span French, Italian, Spanish, Vietnamese, Japanese, American, Chinese and Indian cuisines, including the established and Michelin-recommended Cafe Siam, which offers a comforting taste of Thailand in the heart of Central. The limited-time food and beverage deals are a great opportunity to treat yourself, like sampling Champagne Carbon – the official sponsor of Formula 1, which can only be found within Hong Kong at The Code.
Dine for a discount at Times Square. Customers can receive a $100 Lane Crawford gift card upon the purchase of HK$500 or more at any Times Square restaurant from now until Nov 17. Meanwhile further east, Tong Chong Street Market will be transformed into a weekday market at One Taikoo Place. The market will bring together the city's chefs, along with local and international baristas advocating coffee culture to bring exclusive dishes and drinks.