April 2023 To-Do List – Hong Kong
The best new restaurants, events and things to do this month.
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S'accapau x Chinesology x WHISK
Mark your calendars for this unique collaboration between three talented chefs. On the 21st and 22nd of April, Chef Taku Tabuchi (Italian cuisine) from S'accapau in Tokyo, Chef William Lau (French-Japanese cuisine) from WHISK, and Chef Saito Chau (Modern Chinese cuisine) from Chinesology will join at WHISK and Chinesology for a tasting menu full of gastronomy and creativity.
WHISK, 5/F, The Mira Hong Kong, Mira Place, 118 - 130 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong | +852 2315 5999
Chef’s Experience at Victoria 22 with Chef Charmaine Cheung
For every Monday to Wednesday in April, celebrity Chef Charmaine Cheung will be hosting two exciting sessions of Chef's Experience at Victoria 22. For those looking to enjoy a luxurious 6-course lunch or a dazzling late afternoon amuse-bouche, this is a must-try.
Victoria 22 | 22/F Sugar+, 25-31 Sugar Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong | +852 9683 4949
Up on the 45th floor of the Landmark, Forty-Five is setting a new scene in the bustling city. There will be five new dining concepts opening soon: The Merchants, Kaen Teppanyaki, Cardinal Point, The Cristal Room by Anne-Sophie Pic (set to open in July/August), and private members’ club, the Gloucester Arts Club.
Forty-Five, 45/F Gloucester Tower, LANDMARK, 15 Queen’s Road Central
Grab your friends and loved ones for a memorable glass-blowing class. Who can say no to creating some adorable delicate glass sculptures?
Showa City Club
Take a stroll down memory lane with Showa City Club to reconcile with your favourite childhood toys and gadgets.
The Poetry of Everyday Life
by Joan Miró at Hong Kong Museum of Art
Myth Makes—Spectrosynthesis III
Group exhibition at Tai Kwun
BE@RBRICK WORLD WIDE TOUR 3
1945 to Now
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