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“Discovery Bay Longest Lunch On The Beach” Inaugurated By D’deck On 23-24 November 2013

September 30, 2013 Lifestyle No Comments Email Email

Hong Kong’s first ever ‘Longest Lunch on the Beach’ will be inaugurated by Discovery Bay D’Deck, Hong Kong’s renowned oceanfront al fresco dining destination, on 23-24 November 2013 (Saturday andSunday).

D’Deck promises a gastronomic weekend fiesta on the popular privately-managed beach with a Mediterranean menu by Michelin-star celebrity chef Harlan Goldstein, live entertainment and free-flowing wine and champagne included in the ticket price of HK$1,988.                                                                                                                        

The exquisite event is limited to 100 guests each day, with tickets available on a first come, first served basis fromOctober 8 at www.timeout.com.hk/dbLongestLunch.  Part of the ticket sales will be donated to the charity organisation Heifer International.

From 12.30 to 4 p.m. on 23 and 24 November, Tai Pak Beach in Discovery Bay will turn into a spectacular gastronomic carnival with the fiesta-style menu by Michelin-star chef Harlan Goldstein of Gold and The Strip House in Central and music on the beach.

The gourmet feast begins with free flow canapés on the beach, appetizer of Forest Mushroom Tart, and Wild Rocket Salad with Castermagno Cheese; followed by Harlan Goldstein’s main course options of BBQ-grilled Wagyu ‘Hanger’ Steak or Salmon Steak, with Mediterranean ‘Farro’ Salad, Macadamia Nut Pesto and Roasted Garlic Jus; or Penne Pasta with Traditional Mediterranean Tomato & Basil sauce.  Flamboyant dessert is Harlan G’s new creation ‘Yummy Yummy Chocolate Cake’ with Amaretto Custard and Popping Candy.

The menu is complemented by free-flowing red and white fine wine and vintage champagne.

“Discovery Bay is delighted to host the first ‘Longest Lunch on the Beach’ in Hong Kong with Michelin-star Chef Harlan Goldstein,” said Ms Polly Kong, Director – Destination Marketing, Discovery Bay. “Through this event, we hope to strengthen D’Deck’s image as one of Hong Kong’s most popular dining destinations, and Discovery Bay as unique resort destination. “

To celebrate the first Longest Lunch on the Beach, Discovery Bay will also host a full programme of entertainment.  On 23 November, the event will kick-off with the presence of Discovery Bay’s unique themed attraction – “The Bounty”, a replica of the original HMAV Bounty built for the Hollywood film of the famous mutiny starring Mel Gibson and Anthony Hopkins.

This event also echoes Hong Kong Tourism Board’s Wine and Dine Festival promoting Hong Kong’s sophisticated gastronomic scene through the month of November.

Over the same weekend, visitors can also enjoy the Sunday open-air market at DB Plaza -“Handmade Hong Kong in Discovery Bay”, while at DB North Plaza there is “Family Kingdom” providing giant inflatable games for kids on both days.

Conveniently accessible, D’Deck is just 25 minutes away from Central by ferry or 15-20 minutes from Tung Chung or Sunny Bay MTR Stations by bus.  It is Hong Kong’s renowned oceanfront al fresco dining destination with spectacular 180° sea views and nightly Disneyland fireworks, and the social F&B hub of Discovery Bay on the north-east coat of Lantau Island.

Discovery Bay’s many attractions include the signature tall-ship The Bounty for themed events, two shopping plazas offering unique shopping experiences, Hong Kong’s first seaside chapel for picture postcard weddings; the new resort hotel Auberge Discovery Bay Hong Kong, with myriads of facilities for leisure and grand-scale functions and a vintage-style horse-drawn carriage for romantic outings.

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Hong Kong’s first Longest Lunch on the Beach will be inaugurated by Discovery Bay D’Deck, Hong Kong’s renowned oceanfront al fresco dining destination on November 23-24, 2013

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D’Deck promises a gastronomic weekend fiesta on the popular privately-managed beach in Discovery Bay with a Mediterranean menu by Michelin-star celebrity chef Harlan Goldstein

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Appetizer of the gourmet feast  – Forest Mushroom Tart, and Wild Rocket Salad with Castermagno Cheese

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One of Harlan Goldstein’s main course options – BBQ-grilled Wagyu ‘Hanger’ Steak  with Mediterranean ‘Farro’ Salad, Macadamia Nut Pesto and Roasted Garlic Jus

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To celebrate the first Longest Lunch on the Beach, Discovery Bay will also host a full programme of entertainment.  On23 November, the event will kick-off with the presence of Discovery Bay’s unique themed attraction – “The Bounty”, a replica of the original HMAV Bounty built for the Hollywood film of the famous mutiny starring Mel Gibson and Anthony Hopkins. 

For more information about “Discovery Bay Longest Lunch on the Beach”, please call (852) 2238-1146 or 2238-1148, or email explore@visitdbay.com.  Or please visit www.ddeck.com.hk for more information about D’Deck Discovery Bay.

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