Father’s Day – The Day for Heroes
He, maybe invisible when it comes to daily care in family. He, maybe incomprehensible when he disapproves of adventurous trips sons & daughters plan to go. He, however, is indispensable to all families. Harbour Grand Hong Kong’s father-chefs have made this day The Day for Dads, getting ready 5-star lavish meals for sons and daughters to express their love to their invisible heroes.
A complimentary bottle of Tour de Bordeaux will be presented to all father-patrons at specified restaurants.
Le 188˚ Restaurant & Lounge
Chef Eric has picked a handful of fresh ingredients for the preparation of this Father’s Day 4-course set dinner. Start with the Tartare of Charolais Beef, Fluid Yolk and Caper Dressing or Foie Gras in Duo. Charolais beef, freshly flown in from France, is juicy and tender. It goes perfectly well with the sourness of the runny yolk and caper dressing. Foie Gras in Duo is crispy outside while soft and succulent inside. A beautiful contrast in texture.
Refreshing taste buds before proceeding to the main course is a wise stopover in this culinary journey. Poached Egg, Bravas Potato, Crumble of Serrano, and Iberico Consommé allows one to slow down, relax and get the appetite enlivened for the mains.
Fathers have the choice of the premium Iberico pork and monkfish as the main selections - Iberico Pork Tenderloin Stuffed With Dried Fruits, Ratte Potatoes and Sherry Bacon Dressing, and Monkfish in a Crust of Black Olive, Mustard and Olive Oil, Potato Cream.
Irish Coffee Deconstructed is a surprise to dads. An irresistible aroma sets off from the fusion of whiskey, dark chocolate, coffee, milk and whipped cream. On the chocolate tomb dads can pour the hot coffee fluid which slowly cracks the chocolate shell, seeps through the crème brulee, espresso coffee cake and cream. Watching a dessert in action makes it even more enticing. 4-Course set dinner at HK$608 per person.
Semi-buffet Lunch and Afternoon Tea Set are also available, from HK$388 for adults and HK$288 for child. Afternoon Tea Set at HK$298 for two persons and HK$178 for one.
Kwan Cheuk Heen
The sophistication of Chinese cooking, many believe, buys the hearts of dads easily. Chef Ki has prepared exquisite dishes such as Pan-fired Angus Tenderloin with Hawthorn Juice, Steamed Sliced Garoupa on a Bed of Steamed Egg White, Braised Shark’s Fin with Fish Maw and Shredded Chicken and Braised Sliced Sea Whelk with Sea Cucumber in Abalone Sauce. Totaling nine menus are available for different party sizes. From HK$388 per person.
Harbour Grand Café
To please the taste buds of everyone, buffet makes the best choice. An affluent array of international delicacies awaits families of varying ages and flavours, from Chinese and Western to Japanese, Thai and India, plus loads of fresh-shucked oysters, lobsters, crab legs and other seafood favourites. Added signatures in June are Australian’s items such as Australian Yabby, Kingfish Fillet Sashimi, Baked Australian Abalone with Potato Skin, Grilled Sliced Kangaroo with Black Pepper Sauce, Stewed Ostrich with Vegetables, Crocodile with Red Wine Sauce. Lunch buffet at HK$388 for adults and HK$288 for kids, and dinner at HK$588 for adults and HK$368 for kids.
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