London's Burger & Lobster eatery will be popping up at Hong Kong's Ritz-Carlton.
The popular UK restaurant chain Burger & Lobster will début in Hong Kong next month with a pop-up at Ozone at The Ritz-Carlton.
Ozone, the highest rooftop bar in the world, will be welcoming the Burger & Lobster team, who will be flying out to work with Ozone for the menu takeover.
Burger & Lobster, as the moniker suggests, uses just two main ingredients, working with the highest quality beef and lobster to create a lip-smacking surf 'n' turf menu. Highlights include the Mayfair Burger with Burger & Lobster's signature sauce, the Original Lobster which comes with grilled or steamed lobster, lemon garlic sauce and fries, and the Original Lobster Roll, a toasted brioche roll stuffed with juicy lobster meat.
The team will be celebrating the pop-up with the launch of a special Typhoon Shelter Lobster. The Hong Kong-style dish includes lobster stir-fried with garlic, chilli and umami flavours.
Sweet treats will include a deep-fried bao with vanilla ice cream and chocolate cream sauce from the Ozone team.
The pop-up runs from March 1 to 18, 12pm to 3pm and 6pm to 1am, Ozone, 118/F, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong. Reservations should be made online.
The drinks are on Pirata Group
Hong Kong’s Pirata hospitality group is offering visitors to Hong Kong a complimentary welcome drink when dining at any of its 14 restaurants.
Overseas diners just need to show their passport or flight or train ticket to take advantage of the offer.
Restaurants under the Pirata umbrella include Italian-style bakery Pane e Latte in the beachside suburb of Stanley on Hong Kong Island, tapas bar and restaurant Calle Ocho in Causeway Bay, Spanish-influenced The Optimist in Wan Chai and the group’s flagship restaurant, Pirata, also in bustling Wan Chai.
For more details, head online.
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