Hong Kong, 2015-10-27 — /Travel PR News/ — GREEN, the lobby café at Hotel ICON, has the largest indoor Vertical Garden in Asia designed by the world-renowned French botanist Dr. Patrick Blanc.
To further enhance the unique dining experience, GREEN is serving up a new “Sweet Autumn” afternoon tea set only from 27 October to 30 November 2015.
Hotel ICON’s Executive Pastry Chef Danny Ho has designed a set of authentic fresh savories and pastries perfect for the autumn season. Seven kinds of savory treats include thick-cut Smoked Salmon, Mushroom Vol-au-vent with Cajun Shrimp, Cherry Tomato stuffed with Pesto Mozzarella, Crudités with Bloody Mary, Foie Gras Truffle, and Duck Confit on Toast.
Continuing with a collection of irresistible desserts including Hazelnut Chocolate Tart, Earl Grey Chocolate, Tiramisu, Blueberry Cheese with Crumble, Mango Mousse with Framboise and Lemon Meringue Tart. This afternoon tea set is a refreshing choice for sweet autumn.
Sweet Autumn Afternoon Tea Set at GREEN from 27 October to 30 November 2015
- Monday to Thursday from 15:00 to 17:30: HK$218* per person/ HK$388* for two
- Friday to Sunday and Public Holiday from 15:00 to 17:30: HK$238* per person/ HK$438* for two
- Address: Lobby, Hotel ICON, 17 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon
- Telephone: +852 3400 1300
*Prices are subject to 10% service charge
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About Chef Danny
With talent and tenacity, Chef Danny oversees all pastry and bakery operations at the hotel. A Malaysian, he is known for his mastery of French pastries. His sugar showpieces have won countless awards including the Gold with Distinction Award in Pastry Professional Showpiece at the Hong Kong International Culinary Classic 2007, 2011 and 2013. Chef Danny’s attention to detail and perfection are reflected in all his carefully-crafted desserts. His intricate combination of the best ingredients with seasonal produce and mastered techniques remain the foundation of his creations.
Boasting subtle, sophisticated comfort, GREEN aims to be an easy breathing space with seamless service. A café by the morning and a French Brasserie by the rest of the day, it sits beside one of the Asia’s largest vertical garden designed by world-famous botanist Patrick Blanc. The French Brasserie inspired menu featuring brilliantly executed, timeless French classics such as Garlic Butter Bourgogne Snails, Foie Gras with Apple and Balsamic and Bouillabaisse.
For more information on Hotel ICON, please visit www.hotel-icon.com
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SOURCE: Hotel ICON