The specular views offered by the Victoria Harbour does not only make it a famous tourist attraction, but also a place to chill for the locals. Perched directly at the harbour’s edge, restaurants in Harbour City has curated wine pairing menus for those who crave for an after-work break or weekend getaway with a cool autumn breeze.
Pairing wine with western food has been more than common. If you are looking for some unexpected options, Greyhound Café has created Salmon Carpaccio in Spicy Hot Sauce, which goes well with The Nest Sauvignon Blanc 2018 to balance the taste of the fatty fish. XIHE YAYUAN‘s XIHE Peking Duck with Golden Hill Dry Red Premium Selection is another mouth-watering surprise. The intense chocolate and spice flavors of the rare red blend wine make the duck taste just exceptional!
Wine and seafood is always the perfect combo. Be amazed by Paper Moon’s Marinated Tuna with Romesco Sauce Crouton which enhances the dynamic and rounded aroma of Schiopetto Friulano Collio D.O.C. 2013. Enjoy 10 kinds of hand-picked, fresh and seasonal sashimi with Umai Sushikan’s Toyosu Daily Sashimi Platter which also includes a jar of House Sake to bring out the delicate flavours of the fish.
Looking for something light? Reserva Ibérica Tapas Bar & Café offers light menu such as the cured, dry sausages combo “Embutido Platter” or the Spanish pie “Tortilla”. Both dishes pairs well with Maset del Lleo Tinto 1777 Reserva Estuche Individual, a wine that has applied the best traditional techniques on the best Tempranillo grapes. A customer favourite, Jamie’s Italian’s crispy portobello “Mushroom Fritti” is best complemented by a glass of Chardonnay Trevenezie 2018, revealing fresh and fruity notes with hints of Golden Delicious apple in every sip.