The festive season is upon us and it’s starting to look a lot like Christmas. Want to dine out and can’t decide where to book your Christmas feast? Here is a handpicked list of our top 5 places to wine and dine this Christmas to make deciding easy…
1. Dot Cod
Conveniently located in the basement of the Prince’s Building Dot Cod is the perfect spot for your Christmas feast if you need to do some last minute gift buying; and what a feast it is! I’m counting 8 dishes on their Christmas Day lunch menu featuring either a Venison Loin or Traditional 20hour Slow Cooked Turkey. And with the creative talents of Chef Arron in the kitchen you’ll be wowed by dishes that are visually stunning as well as delicious.
We have two wine recommendations for you that will pair well with this extravagant menu; a white Burgundy from David Moret the Puligny Montrachet Premier Cru and an award winning Pinot Noir the Aurelien Verdet Vosnee Romanee.
More info: http://www.dotcod.com/menu/special-menu
2. The Pawn
With a scrumptious Festive Menu available from now till Christmas, The Pawn is abundant with Christmas cheer. Serving up 36* slow cooked Turkey, mulled wine and a special Christmas Kids Menu The Pawn is the perfect place to bring the whole family. Order a bottle of AIX Rosé 2012 with your Christmas feast; this wine will pair well with their Christmas menu from start to finish.
More info: http://www.thepawn.com.hk
3. Doppio Zero
Feel like celebrating Christmas Italian style? Doppio Zero has put together a Christmas menu that will have you salivating at the mouth and singing ‘That’s A’more’ better than Dean Martin. With lobster, gnocchi and panettone bread & butter pudding on the menu all that’s needed is a glass of Fantinel Prosecco for one very delicious Christmas.
More info: http://www.doppiozero.com.hk/news.php
4. Mandarin Oriental
If you’re after a Christmas filled with elegance and refinery then dazzle your way through the doors of Hong Kong’s decadent Mandarin Oriental. Work your way around the hotel taking in all the smells, sights and sounds of Christmas. From the Chamber choir, a children’s ballet performance, roasted chestnuts to their traditional mulled wine. Then settle yourself down in one of their renowned restaurants and enjoy a Christmas meal, a bottle of Fantinel Pinot Grigio and good company.
More info: http://www.mandarinoriental.com/media/press-releases/hong-kong-festive-celebrations.aspx
5. Cafe Deco
If you have littlies, Cafe Deco’s Christmas Brunch is bursting with festive fun to entertain the troops for hours. With a Kids’ Entertainer in action, a special visit from Father Christmas, a succulent 5 Course Christmas feast and cheerful Rekorderlig Cider behind the bar Cafe Deco has the whole family covered.
More info: http://www.cafedecogroup.com
But, if you feel like sharing your Christmas feast with family and friends at home, we have a great selection of wine to make it a very Merry Christmas.