Hutong Launches Matcha Mooncakes And Enlightening Mid-Autumn Dinner
Promotion: September 6 - 15 2019 (Expired)
To celebrate mid-autumn festival this year, Hutong is launching a unique Northern Chinese lunar menu featuring 11 courses of the restaurant’s specialties, including osmanthus glazed beef flakes with chilli sauce; braised lobster in Sichuan spicy sauce with aubergine and diced pork; and the establishment’s signature crispy deboned lamb ribs. Guests can also indulge in a ‘Sphere of Fortune’, a giant glutinous sesame ball paired with homemade oolong tea ice cream. The Mid-Autumn Festival is available from September 6 to 15, priced at HK$1,198 per person.
On evenings from September 13 to 15, guests can also enjoy ancient Chinese lantern making, with a live demonstration from a Chinese calligrapher to create messages of luck and good fortune at the restaurant, while guests indulge in Hutong’s limited edition matcha and red bean mooncakes. The lantern painting and rainbow calligraphy workshop will also be available at Hutong’s Feng Wei Brunch on September 14 and 15, featuring an unlimited refill of Laurent-Perrier champagne and cocktails, priced from HK$468 to HK$668 per person, while children under the age of 12 dine for free.