If drinking tea is a Chinese tradition, afternoon tea in Hong Kong has its roots in Britain. Afternoon tea is a light meal served in the late afternoon. Many mass-market cafes and chain restaurants serve set teas between lunch and dinner.
Two of the best restaurants in Hong Kong will serve Chinese tea set menus in April, May, and June. One will be a six course tea-pairing menu. The other will be a tea-infused menu of Hong Kong food. Both eateries are in Kowloon..
Hong Kong restaurant serves Sakura Kaiseki set dinner, a multi-course Japanese style meal, featuring seasonal and local ingredients.Served on trays to individual diners, each course is prepared in a different way.
Harbourside, the all-day dining venue at the InterContinental Hong Kong in Kowloon, will add 20 crab dishes from around the world and mango desserts to its all-you-can-eat lunch and dinner buffets from 5 to 30 April 2016.