Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival for Discerning Connoisseurs
Hong Kong is known as Asia’s World City and this amazing place is about to offer a wide variety of alluring culinary delights.
The Third Annual Wine & Dine Festival is scheduled to be held in Hong Kong, China from October 27-30, 2011.
Discerning connoisseurs will be treated to amazing even of fine wine and delicious food. Hong Kong has become the wine auction capital of the world, bypassing both New York and London.
The third annual Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival celebrate the metropolitan city’s rich and diverse food and wine culture.
Last year’s event attracted an international audience of over 110,000 food and wine enthusiasts from all over the globe in the quest for a complete immersion of Hong Kong’s robust wine and dine scene.
Bill Flora, Director of Hong Kong Tourism Board USA. was quoted, “Hong Kong is the ultimate epicurean destination where travelers from all walks of life can find a gourmet meal that suits not only their discerning palates but their wallets as well. From authentic, traditional Chinese fare at local hotspots to modernist and international cuisines at Michelin-starred restaurants, fine foods and wines are the backbone of this vibrant city.”
This event accompanies Hong Kong’s many fine dining choices, including about 11,000 restaurants that offer many of Hong Kong’s popular dished, such as: famed Dim Sum, Cantonese delicacies, hearty noodle soups, plus many international and modernist cuisines.
Over the years, Hong Kong has attracted the world’s top chefs inspiring them to introduce flagship restaurants including Nobu Matsuhisa, Joël Robuchon, Alain Ducasse, Richard Ekkebus, Michael White and Pierre Gagnaire− a true testament to the city’s sophisticated and unparalleled epicurean culture.
The Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival will feature over a hundred acclaimed food and wine purveyors come together to showcase exciting cooking demonstrations and classes, providing non-stop live entertainment.