Where Hong Kong's Food Lovers Feast
Create your dream tasting menu from multiple high end cuisines and try some dishes that have never been seen in Hong Kong before from some of the city’s best chefs. Dishes start from just HK$50. Plus enjoy the amazing array of experiences ranging from whiskey and wine tastings to sweet treats, one off collaborations, live music and family fun.
Taste of Hong Kong 6 sessions, each lasting between 4-5 hours (depending on the day) giving you time to enjoy your pick of restaurant dishes, browse the Gourmet Market and enjoy some of the many attractions. Tickets are sold for each session and are only valid for the time and date indicated on the ticket.
Stay tuned for the dates and session times for Taste of Hong Kong 2019.
What to expect at Taste of Hong Kong:
Choose from over 60 dishes from Hong Kong’s latest, greatest and hottest restaurants, with prices starting from HK$50.
See culinary masters cook up a storm in live demonstrations and in their restaurants at the festival.
Pop up bars, Instagrammable desserts, wine tastings, masterclasses, live music & family fun. Share edible experiences with friends and enjoy the lively festival atmosphere.
Indulge in an array of artisan producers who will be offering festival exclusives and unique products in the Gourmet Market.
Reduced entry price & new experience packages with dishes and drinks included. Kids go free!
NO MORE CROWNS / FESTIVAL TOKENS. Payment can be made with Visa, MasterCard china union pay, Apple Pay, Android pay, wechat pay, Alipay for dishes and drinks at the festival.
A Brief History
Taste Festivals Around The World
From just one show in London, UK, over 13 years ago, Taste has rapidly grown to become part of the social season for foodies, restaurant-lovers, and chef groupies in with 24 festivals around the globe. Wherever it is in the world, Taste represents foodie heaven: stunning food prepared by the city’s greatest restaurants, world famous chefs, superb drinks and outstanding entertainment, set in stunning outdoor surroundings. “Taste Festivals could make a case for being the first organisations to introduce the concepts of pop ups and small plates” The Wall Street Journal
Taste Festivals is owned by IMG Culinary, a division of the Events and Federations business unit of IMG Worldwide, the global sports, fashion and media company.