Tuck in with Landmark's EATOogether campaign.
Hong Kong’s Landmark has launched EATOgether, a campaign that brings together some of the city’s favourite dining spaces under one roof.
This is a new food and beverage concept from Landmark that includes a range of promotions across the city, from a Thank God its Tuesday (TGIT) weekly evening drinks promotion, to the brand new BaseHall food court now open in Jardine House and lots of exciting deals still to come. Look out for pop-ups, food events, limited-edition special menus and promotions. Bring the kids or enjoy a 'date lunch' - the city is your oyster.
Spaces taking part include SEVVA, simplylife Cafe, Morty's Delicatessen and Mak Mak, plus fine dining spots including three-Michelin-starred Sushi Shikon, Otto e Mezzo and one-Michelin-starred Man Wah.
And on Tuesday evenings, join in the TGIT promotion and enjoy HK$69 drinks between 6 and 9pm. Participating venues include PDT Hong Kong, MO Bar, SOMM, Cafe Causette, Kakure and Zuma.
Asia Family Traveller took the opportunity to dine at Dot Cod Seafood Restaurant & Oyster Bar, which is currently celebrating its 20th anniversary with a lunch special and old favourites back on the menu.
Dot Cod has been a popular spot with the lunch crowd since it opened in 2000. The smart, bright space is filled with (socially-distanced) naped and draped tables, hovering waiters and the walls hung with black and whites of old Hong Kong and its cricketing past. The restaurant enjoys a close affiliation with Hong Kong Cricket Club and is located close to the grounds of what was once the old Hong Kong Cricket Club at the corner of Chater and Murray Roads (the cricket pitch was transformed into Chater Garden in the late 1970s and the club moved to its current location on Wong Nai Chung Gap Road).
The 20th Anniversary Set Lunch Menu kicks off with a choice of hot and salad-based starters. The cauliflower and garlic soup was beautifully creamy. The cured salmon salad was refreshing and generously filled with delicious nuggets of smoked fish.
Moving onto mains, we opted for the seafood, selecting a teriyaki grouper fillet with pea and bean sprout risotto and a Malaysian coconut seafood curry. Neither could be faulted, but the curry was outstanding, with meaty chunks of crab, prawns and scallops in a rich coconut sauce.
Non-seafood options included (vegetarian) penne pasta and confit duck leg with spring onion and potato mash and an orange and port jus.
We rounded off the meal with Italian gelato, honeycomb and berries and a more-ish mango panna cotta.
As a lunch-stop, Dot Cod hits all the right notes. We’re looking forward to returning for a relaxed evening experience when third wave restrictions have been lifted.
More than 70 food and beverage outlets are taking part in the EATOgether summer campaign. Keep up-to-date with all the latest promotions, pop-ups, special offers and associated events by following the campaign on Facebook, WeChat, Weibo and Instagram to receive updates on promotions, pop-ups, special deals and events. Download the Landmark HongKong app to join the Bespoke loyalty programme and receive a HK$100 voucher to spend at Landmark.
Dot Cod Seafood Restaurant & Oyster Bar, Basement, The Landmark Prince, 10 Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2810 6988.
(Dot Cod is currently operating reduced opening hours in line with the government’s coronavirus restriction measures).
Asia Family Traveller was a guest of Dot Cod.