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Special cuisine to savour at International Races Week

28/11/2014

Racegoers attending the LONGINES Hong Kong International Races Week meetings on Wednesday 10 December and Sunday 14 December will witness the cream of the international horse racing industry contesting the coveted titles.  To reflect the international theme, The Hong Kong Jockey Club will present a range of international cuisine at the trackside food counters to delight the palates of racegoers.  On Wednesday, the culinary treats will be on offer at the Trackside Food Kiosk at the Happy Valley Racecourse, while on Sunday at Mezza One, the food plaza at Sha Tin Racecourse. A special selection of beers from the US, Italy, Germany and the Philippines will also be available for racegoers to savour at the LONGINES International Jockeys’ Championship meeting on Wednesday.     

The array of international cuisine will include:

10 Dec (Happy Valley Racecourse) 14 Dec (Sha Tin  Racecourse)

France

Boeuf Bourguignon with Bread Roll(HK$80)

German

Roasted Pork Knuckle served with Sauerkraut and German Mustard(HK$110)

India

Fish Tandoori  in Banana Leaf Served with Yellow Rice (HK$70)

France

Coq Au Vin served with Steamed Rice(HK$68)

Italy

Seafood Lasagna(HK$78)

Australia

Mixed Fruit Pavlova and Lamingtons(HK$38)
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America

Chili Con Carne Super Hot Dog(HK$55)

Italy

Seafood Lasagna(HK$78)

Korea

Deep-fried Kimchi Chicken(HK$50)

America

Buffalo Wild Wings served with Spicy Mayonnaise(HK$48)

 

 

England

Beef Wellington served with Red Wine Gravy, Mashed Potatoes and Mixed Vegetables(HK$98)

 

 

Singapore

Bak Kut Teh(HK$55)

 

 

Japan

Hokkaido Seafood Ramen(HK$68)

 

These special menus have been designed by the Club’s Executive Sous Chef (Trackside Catering) Winnie Wong, who explains that the LONGINES Hong Kong International Races Week is a flagship event that draws a huge crowd at the racecourses.  "Many overseas guests are flying in to join the great day as well," she says.   "The catering team and I have prepared a range of special international cuisine for racegoers, which I truly hope will complement the world-class racing and give fans a unique dining experience. All the dishes are being prepared with their traditional ingredients and seasonings, and my team has consulted native chefs from each of the countries to ensure we can offer authentic renditions.'

These special food items are available while stocks last.   

All racegoers must be aged 18 or above.  Please refer to on-course posters or call the Club's Customer Service Hotline at 1817, or visit www.hkjc.com for full details.

Boeuf Bourguignon with Bread Roll(HK$80)
Photo 1:
Boeuf Bourguignon with Bread Roll(HK$80)

Fish Tandoori  in Banana Leaf Served with Yellow Rice (HK$70)
Photo 2:
Fish Tandoori in Banana Leaf Served with Yellow Rice (HK$70)

Roasted Pork Knuckle served with Sauerkraut and German Mustard(HK$110)
Photo 3:
Roasted Pork Knuckle served with Sauerkraut and German Mustard(HK$110)

Coq Au Vin served with Steamed Rice(HK$68)
Photo 4:
Coq Au Vin served with Steamed Rice(HK$68)

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Mixed Fruit Pavlova and Lamingtons(HK$38)
Photo 5:
Photo6, 7
Mixed Fruit Pavlova and Lamingtons(HK$38)


Photo 6

Buffalo Wild Wings served with Spicy Mayonnaise(HK$48)
Photo 7:
Buffalo Wild Wings served with Spicy Mayonnaise(HK$48)

Beef Wellington served with Red Wine Gravy, Mashed Potatoes and Mixed Vegetables(HK$98)
Photo 8:
Beef Wellington served with Red Wine Gravy, Mashed Potatoes and Mixed Vegetables(HK$98)

Bak Kut Teh(HK$55)
Photo 9:
Bak Kut Teh(HK$55)

Hokkaido Seafood Ramen(HK$68)
Photo 10:
Hokkaido Seafood Ramen(HK$68)

Seafood Lasagna(HK$78)
Photo 11:
Seafood Lasagna(HK$78)

Chili Con Carne Super Hot Dog(HK$55)
Photo 12:
Chili Con Carne Super Hot Dog(HK$55)

Deep-fried Kimchi Chicken(HK$50)
Photo 13:
Deep-fried Kimchi Chicken(HK$50)

 

Related Website:

LONGINES Hong Kong International Races

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