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Mandarin Oriental launches incentive program to encourage diners to exercise Get your steps in—Cafe Causette at the Mandarin Oriental has launched their Every Step Counts incentive program where diners can save up to 40 per cent off their bill depending on the number of steps they’ve taken. Reach a […]

Mandarin Oriental launches incentive program to encourage diners to exercise

Get your steps in—Cafe Causette at the Mandarin Oriental has launched their Every Step Counts incentive program where diners can save up to 40 per cent off their bill depending on the number of steps they’ve taken. Reach a daily mileage of 10,000 steps to save 10 per cent on the entire bill, while every additional 5,000 steps will save you an extra five per cent.

Guests who reach 40,000 steps on the day of the meal can enjoy a complimentary bottle of champagne. The Every Step Counts program is applicable for two to eight guests per table and can be redeemed during dinner from 1 to 31 October. Guests will have to show a mobile application to prove their daily step count to redeem the offer. 


Mother Pearl introduces seasonal drinks set for Autumn 

Ate too many mooncakes during Mid-Autumn Festival? Plant-based bubble tea spot, Mother Pearl has launched four seasonal drinks for the month of October as part of the Detox and Nourish Autumn Quartet launch to help customers reset their bodies after the Mid-Autumn Festival. 

Introducing PO Mylk Tea, a chai jelly and almond milk-based drink, fruity Citrus Hawthorn, pink coconut water-based Coconut Matcha, and Lychee Rose, all hand-crafted teas are made with natural, organic ingredients and nutritional tapioca balls which help to improve the skin, immune and digestive systems. Petite sizes of these four new drinks will be available as a set on Deliveroo from 1 to 31 October for HK$150. Head over to the store in person to get a free upgrade to regular size. 


Sugar unveils Hong Kong-inspired cocktails 

Sugar, East Hong Kong’s rooftop bar and lounge have launched 10 new Hong Kong-inspired cocktails as part of the bar’s ‘Flavours of Hong Kong’ menu. From the city’s favourite milk rabbit candy, to cha chaan teng beverage staple, Yuen Yeung, and even Haam Yu (Chinese salted fish) inspired tipples, you’ll be able to get a taste of these cocktails from now to March 2021.


Mamma Always Said brings coffee-infused tipples and Aussie flavours to Central 

Bringing Aussie flavours to Hong Kong, Mamma Always Said will be hosting their first-ever themed dinner, ‘At Mamma’s Table’ on Wednesday 14th October. Introducing a five (HK$295) and seven-course (HK$370) menu for the night, executive chef, Corey Riches, will be reinventing nostalgic snacks and cooking up Aussie-inspired recipes such as beer can chicken, chicken para croquette and iced vovo ice cream. 

Aside from the dinner, the restaurant will also be introducing four new coffee-infused cocktails and a classic affogato (HK$55) in collaboration with Mr. Black Roasters & Distillers.

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