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Black Sheep Restaurants celebrates the cosiest season with special winter dishes that will warm up the coldest nights and kick off the holiday cheer. Seasonal cocktails, festive desserts and hearty meals transform dark winter’s nights into delicious evenings of indulgence.


A meal at Carbone begins with a cocktail. Celebrate jumper season with reinvented favourites like a smooth Old Fashioned (HK$138), spiked with apple brandy, or a stiff Rusty Nail (HK$148). New to the Carbone menu, this stiff drink is made with Scotch, bitters and special house made Drambuie— a liqueur of festive spices, like cinnamon and vanilla, infused in Irish whiskey.

For dessert, the Bananas Flambé (HK$188) light up the dining room in a theatrical display, while the rich, indulgent Chocolate Blackout Cake (HK$148)paired with a glass of Ruinart ‘Blanc de Blancs’ Champagne (HK$268) is a bubbly way to indulge in the sweetest season.

9/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong

(+852) 2593 2593


Boqueria’s selection of all Spanish wines and creative cocktails has a festive addition this season.

Guests will delight in the beautiful Santa-gría (HK$98), a sparkling Spanish ode to the holidays made with generous pours of Cava and combined with basil gin, grape juice and strawberry purée. This sweet, Christmassy drink is merriment in a glass!

7/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong

(+852) 2321 8681

Social media: @boqueriahk (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)


Hong Kong’s only chef-driven pizzeria invites diners to enjoy authentic wood-fired, flavour-packed Neapolitan pizzas at two convenient and cosy locations (SoHo & Wan Chai).

A side dish no more, Brussels sprouts take centre stage on the comforting Brussels Sprout pizza (HK$158). Topped with garlic and smoked pancetta, it’s the best parts of Christmas dinner on a pie. For dessert, guests can indulge in favourites like classic Tiramisu (HK$68), a traditional holiday treat dusted with a fine layer of rich cocoa.

15 Ship Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

(+852) 2520 0690

14 Shelley Street, Central, Hong Kong

(+852) 2801 6881

Social media: @motorinohk (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)

Ho Lee Fook

The holidays get a funky Chinese twist at Ho Lee Fook this season with delicious alternatives to a traditional turkey and ham dinner.

The cult-favourite Roast Goose (HKD$298), brined in a solution of Asian spices and salt for extraordinary taste, and moreish Grilled Pork Belly(HK$168) dressed with roasted chilli and almond salsa, are innovative takes on old favourites.

Typical holiday sides are swapped for Fried Cauliflower and Brussels Sprouts with Maple Bacon Chilli Jam (HK$88) and champagne is exchanged for a bottle of Ozeki “Hana Awaka” Junmai(HK$158) sparkling sake for guests to toast to the season.

G/F & L/G, 1 Elgin Street, SoHo, Central, Hong Kong

(+852) 2810 0860

Social media: @holeefookhk (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)

Chôm Chôm

Drink to a new year and good health all season long at this hip Hanoi-style kitchen and bar. Warming cocktails, such as the vodka-based Dalat Mule (HK$98), spiced with notes of ginger and sweet apple, the hotGinger Toddy (HK$98), sweetened with honey and spiked with cloves and a generous pour of whisky, are guaranteed to brighten any evening with holiday cheer.

58 Peel Street, SoHo, Central, Hong Kong

(+852) 2810 0850

Social media: @chomchomhk (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)

Burger Circus

A trip to Burger Circus is never complete without something sweet. Scrooge himself couldn’t resist the season’s most festive drink– a thick and creamyEggnog Shake (HK$58) made with house-churned ice cream and adorned with a candy cane.
Americans will get nostalgic over individual pockets of homemade Fried Apple Pie (HK$88) andPumpkin Pie (HK$88/slice, HK$548/pie), just like grandma used to make. With its buttery, flaky crust and rich pumpkin filling, this autumnal pie is reason enough to give thanks. Guests can choose to enjoy a slice within the quirky train carriage-inspired interior, or take a whole pie home to share with family and friends.
Only available Thanksgiving week, be sure to pre-order the Pumpkin Pie before it’s gone.
22 Hollywood Road, SoHo, Central, Hong Kong

(+852) 2878 7787

Social media: @burgercircushk (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)

La Vache!

The holidays call for bubbly and La Vache! has guests covered with a premium selection of Champagne and sparkling cocktails including the Kir des Alpes (HK$98) with sparkling wine, elderflower and lemon.

After a satisfying steak frites supper, cap the night with a selection of classic French desserts. During the month of December, La Vache!’s famed dessert cart will have a very merry addition – a traditional Büche de Noêl(HK$98), a soft chocolate roulade with layers of whipped cream, topped with fresh berries. Bon appétit!

48 Peel Street, SoHo, Central, Hong Kong

(+852) 2880 0248

Social media: @lavachehk (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)

Stazione Novella

For those who want to celebrate the holidays over a bottle of vino, SoHo’s neighbourhood Italian wine bar, Stazione Novella, offers an expertly-curated selection of fine Italian wines from underappreciated regions such as the Caccia al Piano Ruit Hora 18682010 (HK$568 per bottle), from Bolgheri, Tuscany. This Bordeaux-style Italian red is alive with robust holiday flavours such as cinnamon, blackberry, liquorice and hints of warm tobacco. A full-bodied wine that is perfect for winter months, this pairs wonderfully with an Italian cheeseboard (HK$158 for two people) and a jovial group of friends.

‘Tis the season for giving and Stazione Novella is embracing it with the launch of the Caffè Sospeso or ‘suspended coffee’. Taking its cue from a century-old Italian tradition, SoHo’s favourite all-day bolthole invites Hong Kongers to pay for an additional cup of coffee in advance, as an anonymous act of kindness for the next guest.

52-56 Staunton Street, SoHo, Central, Hong Kong

(+852) 2559 0559

Social media: @stazionenovella (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter)

Black Sheep Restaurants Celebrates the Holidays With Sensational Seasonal Menus and Events

 Spend the most festive days of the year with Black Sheep Restaurants. From opulent banquets to karate-themed karaoke parties, the possibilities are endless this holiday season.


New York-Italian hotspot Carbone sets the tone for an opulent 2016 with sensational five-course menus of new dishes and old favourites this New Year’s Eve.

Lively music, entertaining service and decadent dishes make Hong Kong’s favourite red sauce joint the ideal setting to ring in 2016, and with two seatings, Carbone has an option to suit everyone’s plans for the big night. The first seating, from 6:00pm, is ideal for those looking to enjoy the famed fireworks display over nearby Victoria Harbour, while the later seating, from 8:30pm, features additional dishes plus a midnight celebration for guests who want to welcome the new year in mid-20th century New York glamour.

Each indulgent menu features classic dishes like the sensational Spicy Rigatoni Vodka, made with tomato, onion, and Calabrian chilli; and the show-stopping Lobster alla Scampi, Boston lobster served with scampi butter and parsley. A bottle ofBollinger Rosé Champagne (HK$1528) is the perfect way to toast the old year and welcome in the new.

First Seating: HK$888 per person, reservations from 6-7pm.

Second Seating: HK$1288 per person, reservations from 8:30pm.

9/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong

(+852) 2593 2593


Boqueria celebrates the holidays with abundant Catalan-style feasts for Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.

Guests become family over Christmas Noche Buena dinner (HK$688) on December 24th. Sharing market tapas and Spanish specialties likePaella de Gambas, giant paella with lobster and red prawn, and Escudella, a classic Christmas stew made of pork hocks, sausage, turnip and white beans, old world traditions come alive in Hong Kong.

The Fin de Año dinner (HK$1088) on December 31st has the best of Boqueria’s delicious dishes—like the Solomillo Asado, roasted beef tenderloin topped with chimichurri sauce—complemented by the best of New Year’s Eve: free-flow drinks. Guests can indulge in sangría, Estrella beer and house wines well into the early hours of 2016 and celebrate in true Spanish style.

Save the Christmas cleanup for presents, not dishes, and join Boqueria on Christmas Day forSuper Fin De Brunch (HK$318). Enjoy tapas served from dim sum-style carts, roast meets, grilled vegetables and sweet desserts. Free-flow packages starting from HK$188 are available to keep the Christmas spirit going all day long.

Both menus feature roaming carts laden with tapas and mouth-watering mains like the succulentCochinillo como en Segovia, an herb-rubbed whole-roasted suckling pig, dramatically sliced table-side with a plate edge.

An elevator ride away from the notorious Lan Kwai Fong street party, Boqueria is the perfect place to kick of the New Year’s Eve celebrations.

7/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong

(+852) 2321 8681

Social media: @boqueriahk (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)

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