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The HKCEC celebrates the Year of the Tiger with auspicious delicacies

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  • Deluxe Japanese Turnip and Preserved Sausage Pudding
  • Sakura Shrimp Taro Pudding
  • Tangerine Peel, Coconut, Earl Grey and Brown Sugar Pudding
  • Harbour Kitchen Superior Poon Choi
  • "Rooooar" – Tiger Cat Smash Cake
  • Piggy Bank Break
  • The Gold Ingot
  • The Mandarin
  • Heart
  • Rose
  • Make it Yours DIY Cake Kit

 

(6 January 2022) The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC), welcomes the Year of the Tiger with a myriad of auspicious delicacies at the takeaway online shop – "Take@way HKCEC" (https://onlineorder.hkcec.com/). Usher in the Lunar New Year with gourmet food offerings from fortuitous Chinese New Year puddings to festive poon choi that are ideal for reunions. Valentine’s Day entremets and "do–it–yourself" cake kit from Harbour Road Café are also available for order to celebrate the romantic occasion.

Lunar new year gourmet offers and gift ideas at HKCEC online shop
Chinese New Year puddings are many people's all-time favourites which are said to bring wealth and good luck. Chefs at HKCEC's Chinese kitchen has specially three flavours to celebrate the Year of the Tiger. A perennial favourite amongst many, the Deluxe Japanese Turnip and Preserved Sausage Pudding (HK$268) is amped up with Japanese turnip for its natural sweetness and succulent texture. The Sakura Shrimp Taro Pudding (HK$268) is elevated with rich umami flavour thanks to the addition of light and crispy sakura shrimps and dried conpoy. The Tangerine Peel, Coconut, Earl Grey and Brown Sugar Pudding, giving the traditional coconut pudding upgrade with tangerine peel and fragrant earl grey tea that oozes zesty and tangy aromas, is available at HK$238.

Customers can enjoy a 12% off early bird discount when the Chinese New Year pudding order is placed on or before 23 January 2022.

A communal dish originated in village communities to honour unity and prosperity, the Harbour Kitchen Superior Poon Choi (HK$1,090 for 6 persons, or HK$990 when purchased on or before 23 January 2022), features 18 ingredients including Chilean abalone, shrimp, and poached chicken braised in a flavoursome broth made with yunnan ham, dried shrimp and dried octopus. The casserole is served alongside crispy fish skin and a mild mala sauce to welcome the new year with a spicy kick.

Those who are looking for the perfect gifts for family and friends' gatherings, look no further with our selection of confections. Featuring the iconic animal of the new zodiac year, the "Rooooar" – Tiger Cat Smash Cake (HK$500) is made with a fluffy vanilla sponge, whipped cream and fruit filling, garnished with mixed fresh fruits and white chocolate.

No one can resist the show–stopping Piggy Bank Break (HK$500) with its adorable outlook decked with gold coins and ingots that brings a prosperous new year ahead.

Customers can also add assorted candies for an additional HK$50 to bring sweet beginnings to the Year of the Tiger.

Aptly representing prosperity and good fortune, individual cakes The Gold Ingot (HK$42) with caramel milk chocolate crunch with mandarin and orange, and The Mandarin (HK$42), a caramel milk chocolate crunch with hazelnut entremet, are also available to celebrate with families and friends.

All online orders must be placed at least three working days in advance and are available for pick up at Harbour Kitchen in the HKCEC from 17 January until 31 January 2022.

Shower your loved ones with all things sweet
Nothing says grand romantic gestures like the Make it Yours DIY Cake Kit (HK$588). The heart–shaped vanilla sponge is made with a delicious rose, balsamic-spiked strawberry and guava compote, featuring "do–it–yourself" garnishes like confetti sugar stars and beads, chocolate pearls, raspberry crunch pearls and more for decoration. The cake also comes with a customized printed message to impress and express your love.

Swoon over two miniature cakes, Rose (HK$42), a honey ganache, pineapple confit and lemon butter crumble entremet, and Heart (HK$42) rose, balsamic-spiked strawberry, guava compote and vanilla sponge entremet, that will leave you wanting more with every bite.

Valentine’s Day themed cakes are available online at “Take@way HKCEC” and Harbour Road Cafe from 14 January to 14 February 2022.

For enquiries for "Take@way HKCEC", please call 2582 7241 or visit: https://onlineorder.hkcec.com/.

For enquiries for Valentine's Day Cakelicious items, please call 2582 7782.

Harbour Kitchen Restaurant Information
Address: Harbour Road Entrance, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday (except Public Holidays)  8:00am – 4:00pm 
Telephone: 2582 7241

Harbour Road Café Restaurant Information
Address: Harbour Road Entrance, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday (except Public Holidays)  8:00am – 4:00pm 
Telephone: 2582 7782


About the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
This award–winning 306,000–sqm building, first opened in 1988, offers 91,500 sqm of rentable space. An iconic Hong Kong landmark, the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (‘HKCEC’) is located on a prime waterfront site in the central business district of Hong Kong. It is owned by the Hong Kong SAR Government and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council.

About Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (Management) Limited
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (Management) Limited (‘HML’) is a professional private management and operating company responsible for providing day-to-day management for the HKCEC, where it oversees administration, marketing, booking, scheduling, event co-ordination, maintenance and security. It also manages food and beverage operations at the HKCEC, including restaurants and catering services. HML provides world-class services for users, visitors and guests of the HKCEC, a venue which has been consistently awarded the title of ‘Best Convention and Exhibition Centre in Asia’ by leading industry professionals. Events at the HKCEC, including exhibitions, conferences, corporate meetings, entertainment events, seminars and banquets, contribute significant economic benefits to the city and help raise the international image of Hong Kong.

HML is a member of NWS Holdings Limited. NWS Holdings Limited (Hong Kong Stock Code: 659), as the diversified industries flagship of New World Development Company Limited (Hong Kong Stock Code: 17), invests and operates a wide range of businesses predominantly in Hong Kong and the Mainland. Our core business includes toll roads, commercial aircraft leasing, construction and insurance, while we also manage a strategic portfolio spanning sectors from logistics to facilities management. Please visit http://www.nws.com.hk for details.

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