For 9 days only, The Mira Hong Kong rolls out incredible dining and spa offers on sale with up to 48% off to snatch now and enjoy later. Time-limited offers, some of which can be used instantly or redeemed all the way until 30 November 2020, are up for grabs from 14 until 22 May 2020 via a dedicated online portal bit.ly/ThroughToughTimesTogether
To help us all get “Through Tough Times Together” and give brave Hong Kong dwellers something to look forward to the design-driven retreat in Tsim Sha Tsui that is home to indulgent dining options and an urban spa has announced a time-limited online sale of a limited quantity of experiences ranging from all-you-can-eat dim sum lunch or sizzling Peking Duck at MICHELIN-recommended Cuisine Cuisine to innovative French-Japanese Omakase menu at WHISK, along with thematic lunch and dinner buffets at Yamm, Instagram-worthy afternoon tea at COCO, as well as discounted spa vouchers.
The online portal created for this purpose will feature 11 attractive offers including revered roasted Peking Duck (dine-in only) at the contemporary Cantonese restaurant of The Mira Hong Kong, Cuisine Cuisine, at just $500 (41% off), a secret 6-course dinner set menu featuring original Chinese dishes by Chef Edwin Tang such as deep-fried squid ink sea cucumber at just $688 (38% off) and all-you-can-eat dim sum lunch featuring more than 20 dainty dumplings made-to-order and served to table, available in limited quantities, at just $270 (30% off) per person. Offers at Cuisine Cuisine will be available for instant redemption from mid-May onwards.
Over at WHISK, one may treat himself to a creative showcase of premium Japanese ingredients cooked in a modern French Way with 8-course omakase dinner set at merely $690 instead of original $890 (22% off) while COCO is the place for enjoying a glamorous afternoon tea set at just $298 for 2 Guests (30% off). In May and June, the stylish café-patisserie will be serving a three-tiered set of sweet and savoury finger foods that are all about cheese featuring moreish Parmesan Choux with Green Tea White Chocolate Cream and elegant Limoncello Mascarpone Napoleon.
The biggest attraction for seasoned Hong Kong foodies is Yamm’s buffets with lunch, tea and dinner for 2 Guests options up to staggering 48% off. Social distancing-proofed all-you-can-eat restaurant of The Mira Hong Kong where extra safety and hygiene measures are long in place is famed for abundant seafood selection with live cooking stations ranging from sushi to tempura, teppanyaki, yakitori, cooked to order Asian-style noodles and Indian specialities at dinner while lunch is a rotating weekly gamut of flavors from Thailand and Vietnam, Singapore and Taiwan, Japan and fresh seafood with freshly shucked oysters. Dinner for 2 hungry foodies can be enjoyed for only $988 (28% off) while lunch for 2 will set you back as little as $398, a saving of 39%. Yamm’s buffets can be redeemed from June 1.
Adding to the mix is a perfect token of appreciation or symbolic celebration in shape of non-vintage G.H. Mumm Cordon Rouge Champagne 75cl at an incredible $298 net (for taking away only). How many times a year do we tell ourselves ‘This calls for a glass champagne!’ or ‘Let’s pop the bottles!’? Now is your chance to stock up your home cellar with a few bottles of prestigious bubbly from France that can complement any gift for friends or serve as a thoughtful touch to any family celebration or surprise romantic dinner.
There is no better gift than a gift of well-being and with that in mind, The Mira Hong Kong also brings in its spa vouchers valued at $500 and $1,000 discounted by 25% which make for a perfect surprise for spa-loving friends and dearest family members who deserve deeply relaxing, regenerative and detoxifying rituals. Among the complete portfolio of results-oriented treatments, MiraSpa specializes in therapeutic massages blending Asian and Western techniques, innovative facials using top of the line spa product brands, and a full range of beauty touches for nails.
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