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Duddell’s introduces the Saturday Salon Brunch

September 20, 2013 Lifestyle No Comments Email Email

 Duddell’s is introducing weekend indulgence at great value prices with a Saturday Brunch starting 21 September, 2013 at its relaxing Salon which overlooks a 2,200 sq. ft. Garden Terrace.

Perfect for get-togethers with family and friends, the much praised Cantonese restaurant will offer an unlimited selection of Michelin starred Chef Siu Hin Chi’s delicious cuisine every Saturday from 12 noon – 4 pm.  Rather than a predictable brunch buffet, diners can enjoy unlimited portions of Cantonese cuisine served fresh and piping hot to the table. The Brunch menu includes dim sum favourites like Steamed Shrimp Dumpling with Bird’s Nest, Steamed Scallop Dumpling with Matsutake Mushroom, and Baked Smoked Salmon Puff with Onion, as well as a selection of delicious soups, beef and fish mains, seasonal vegetables, rice and noodles and desserts.

The Brunch comes as three options: HK$480 per person (HK$250 per child under 10) with unlimited food and free-flow fresh juices, soft drinks and still/sparkling water, or HK$580 per person with unlimited food and free-flow Perrier Jouet Grand Brut champagne, white and red wine and above mentioned soft beverages; and an indulgent option offers unlimited food and free flow Perrier Jouet Belle Epoque, red and white wine and soft beverages @ HK$1,380 per person. All prices are subject to 10% service charge.

For those who have yet to dine at the latest “talk of the town” venue, Saturday Brunch will be the perfect opportunity to try Chef Siu’s delicacies, the result of more than 30 years of experience in crafting Cantonese cuisine, in the comfort of its casually chic Salon overlooking a lush Garden Terrace,

In addition to the stunning interiors designed by the award-winning Ilse Crawford, diners can also enjoy a world-class exhibition of carefully curated art which changes periodically.  . Currently on show in the Salon until end of October is Liquid Asia, curated by MAP Office, portraying a continent characterised by its waters – may it be a river, a port, a boat, or an island – bringing nature into play through projections, TV screens, prints and photographs.

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