June is a special month as it is the time to show dad you appreciate him for being an awesome father. If you haven’t already planned a whole day of pampering for him, allow us to suggest a list of wonderful activities to fill the schedule such as an art exhibition admiring the beauty of Hong Kong and a sumptuous four-course dinner with wine pairing. Read on to find out what we have to offer this June.
Take your meat-loving dad out to Kitchen Savvy this Father’s Day and spoil him with a succulent four-course wine-pairing dinner. Reward his hard work as a father with satisfying dishes featuring a Risotto with Fennel Seed Marinated Pork Loin, as well as main options such as a meaty Lamb T-Bone or a flavorful Flank Steak. Pair each of these delicious courses with specially curated wines from Georgia, one of the oldest wine-producing countries in the world, and enjoy the elevating sensations when these East-European wines bring unique flavors to the meat. The Father’s Day dinner menu is priced at HKD598+10% per person and is available on 18, 19 & 20 June 2021.
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Book your table at Kitchen Savvy: +852 3953 2213
Family and friends share and care, especially when there are good perks! Be a bearer of good news and let your buddies who may still be searching for a good Father’s Day getaway know of your memorable experience staying at Hotel Stage. Successful new referrals will be honoured with a food and beverage coupon of HKD100 to be enjoyed by each of you at Kitchen Savvy or Muse Wine Bar. Spread the joy and share the love, it’s Father’s Day after all!
Amidst a global pandemic, local artist Ken Kung finds inspiration in the new norm of our society and explores life in Hong Kong from another angle. Together with ART6STUDIO, Muse Gallery is delighted to present “GONE WITH THE WIND”, Ken Kung’s first solo exhibition. This collection of 16 artworks showcases Ken’s use of an A.I. algorithm that transforms his photographs to pieces with a paint-like texture. Through this display of artwork, Ken hopes to share his passion of art from the past and to record time itself and the precious memory of old Hong Kong.
Date: 11 June – 3 July, 2021
Time: 12:00pm – 10:00pm (Closed on Sundays)
Location: Muse Gallery, Basement