Dynamic dining experiences await in the heart of Hong Kong this autumn
Ready for a taste of sky high suaveness? Felix, The Peninsula Hong Kong’s legendary 28th-floor restaurant and bar, is reaffirming its reputation for culinary creativity and compelling cocktails with the launch of a vibrant menu.
Created by Chef de Cuisine Juan Gomez and Mixologist Marko Petrovic, the duo are breathing fresh life into the Felix experience, establishing it once more as a must-visit for the city’s most discerning bon vivants.
Pay a visit to enjoy the exciting new Long Table Cocktail Bar, which will transform into Petrovic’s “Stage of Cocktails”.
Ideal for laid-back light bites, sip a brand new selection of signature cocktails along with Chef Gomez’s tapas menu, while a DJ-curated soundtrack and stunning harbour views provide the all important details for a night of extravagance.
In the Felix kitchen, Chef Gomez is bringing his wealth of creativity and technical brilliance. With 30 years of impressive experience in a number of award-winning and Michelin-starred restaurants in Spain, the UK, Australia, the Maldives and Dubai, lucky gourmands will be able to sample his expert dishes.
Gomez has conjured a brand new menu for guests, combining elements of European cooking to create a range of exceptional options.
Dishes are set to include:
• Lollipops and Red prawn ceviche toast.
• Avocado gazpacho
• Quail in escabeche
• Seabass Provençal with black garlic aioli,
• Duck magret with Puy lentils, kumquat chutney, foie gras and coffee soup
Dessert is an interactive affair – don’t miss out on the “Break the Felix Wall”, a chocolate delight which needs to be broken open with a small wooden hammer to enjoy the contrasting textures of the Whisky chocolate ganache and Verbena sorbet hidden within.
Guests can also enjoy a number of carefully chosen pairing cocktails which duet beautifully alongside the dishes.
Sip the Golden Hands, a blend of Havana 7 rum and coffee-infused Campari that complements the antipasti; the Kowloon Sour, a concoction of Plymouth Gin, Dubonnet, beetroot mix and pepper cordial that goes with the quail; and the Caballero, a mixture of Ocho Reposado tequila, Del Maguey Vida mezcal and chocolate bitters to accompany dessert.
Get the dish
The 6-course Felix Experience Menu starts from HK$1,228 per person. To find out more and make a reservation, please call +852 2920 6778 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
PLUS: Three unmissable events to try in the capital this November
1 Lumières Hong Kong, November 23 – 25
Taking place at various venues across the city, light installations, video projections and art pieces will glimmer across the city’s landmarks.
2 Symphony Under the Stars, November 11
Head to the Central Harbourfront to watch The Hong Kong Philharmonic perform popular classics – without forgetting the synchronised fireworks, of course. hkphil.org
3 The Ritz- Carlton, Hong Kong’s Flavour of Hong Kong Package, ongoing
Get a taste of Hong Kong with this cool new epicurean package. From a street food tour with an expert chef to dinner at the hotel’s one-star Michelin Italian restaurant Tosca (plus a taste of the hotel’s signature cocktail) this is one gourmand getaway you won’t want to miss.