Including 100 Cantonese and Japanese restaurant partners from trending spots in Hong Kong, the third “SEAFOOD LOVES SAKE.” restaurant campaign is going to launch on September and November 2021 accounting for one month each with over 300 dishes of marvelous “seafood x sake” pairing. Each of the dish is deigned under professional sommelier Mr. Ivan Sean’s consultation so that the freshness of the seafood can be maximized in it 100% to bring the most outstanding dining experience to all of the Hong Kongers with the Sake boom.

Carrying on the successful promotion from 60 restaurant partners in phase 1, The second phase has been lived from 1st November to 30th November with 40 remarkable Cantonese and Japanese restaurant partners, including hotel-level King Yat Hin, Golden Valley, and Wako Sake Bar who offers Sake All-you-can-drink.

With the love from all supportive foodies, the hottest “Review Campaign” activity has been sustained in phase two as well! After tasting the amazing pairing menus*, you can join the campaign through OpenRice following the official instructions by sending a review for “SEAFOOD LOVES SAKE.” menu. The more reviews you submitted, the higher chance you can get the prize^! The first 5 participants to submit the review can receive a mini bottle sake right at the restaurant. Let’s book now and enjoy the brand new “Seafood x Sake” pairing and win the prizes!

*Sake Pairing Menus are subject to change according to ingredient supply
^Only one prize for each participant

Restaurant Partners

Hong Kong Island | Japanese

Toyo Katte Don

Shop 3, G/F, V Point, 18 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay
Islands District | Cantonese

Crab Point

1/F, APIER, 322 Ap Lei Chau Bridge Road, Ap Lei Chau
Kowloon | Japanese

KIDO

Shop G12-13, G/F, 8 Minden Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui
Kowloon | Japanese

UMAI

Shop 2, G/F, D2 Place One, 9 Cheung Yee Street, Lai Chi Kok
Kowloon | Cantonese

Greater China Club Annex

Kowloon | Japanese

Sushi Hakucho

Shop 13, G/F, Harbour Pinnacle, 8 Minden Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui

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