A popular Irish brand of beer, Guinness has been traditionally enjoyed with staples of Irish pub food, such as beef pie and fish and chips. This summer, Lily & Bloom has created modern gourmet pairings of light dishes with the popular beer to provide a new combination of flavors.
Taste of Guinness Menu includes oysters Kilpatrick and beetroot carpaccio for starters, roasted pigeon and dry aged irish rib-eye for mains, and peppermint sorbet and Guinness tiramisu for desserts.
Guinness Hong Kong is launching Taste of Guinness Menu on July 1st as part of its Guinness Sessions, a series of summer season events.
1. Go on a “Polar Adventure” at Ocean Park
Hang out with penguins, walruses, arctic foxes, snowy owls and spotted seals at Ocean Park’s new polar exhibit set to open on July 13; or take a ride on “Arctic Blast,” a roller coaster that simulates sledding.
Aberdeen, 3923-2323, www.oceanpark.com.hk.
It’s that dreaded, sticky, humid time of year again: the insufferable Hong Kong summertime. With the temperature at an all-time high, sometimes hiding in your apartment blasting the A/C just isn’t enough to keep you cool. Here are our top 50 cool things to do this summer—you can thank us later.