Two MacDonnell Road, Hong Kong

Café on 8 Launches the International Semi-Buffet Lunch & Weekend Afternoon Tea

5 October 2016, Hong Kong – Nestled amidst the tranquil Mid-levels neighbourhood, Café on 8, a secret dining spot at Two MacDonnell Road, now unveils its scrumptious international menu for the daily semi-buffet lunch, with some of the city’s best variety of tempting delicacies, along with exotic weekend afternoon tea which offers selection of savouries, detox juices and pancake station, allowing diners a refreshing and vigorous day.

Indulge in a wide variety of buffet items, with unlimited hearty soup, bountiful sashimi, farm-fresh salads and delectable desserts at just HKD98. Diners can choose to add an additional HKD50 for a rotating choice of Asian or Western main course to complement the meal.  The semi-buffet lunch is provided between 12:00 noon and 2:30pm daily. Popular main dishes among our regulars include Penne Pasta with Smoked Salmon and Dill Cream Sauce, Pan-fried Prawns with Garlic Mashed Potatoes and Roasted Lamb Chops with Braised Red Wine Shallots. Other buffet favourites are Deluxe Seafood Salad, Waldorf Salad and Crème Brulee.

For those who need an energy reboot in the afternoon, Café on 8 provides a weekend afternoon tea from 2:45pm to 5:00pm on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays. Starting from HKD48, diners can enjoy Mixed Berries Granola Parfait, fun-sharing savouries including Mini Chicken Burger, Crispy Samosa and Thai Fish Cakes, Wine and Assorted Cheese Platter and five specially designed detox juices in a relaxing environment. Sweet lovers cannot miss the freshly made pancake station which offers varieties of topping sauces, condiments such as chocolate chips, marshmallows, peanut butter and mixed fruits. At HKD98 for adult and HKD78 for child, diners can enjoy not only freshly made pancakes but also selected pastries and beverages.

Managed by Lanson Place, Two MacDonnell Road and its restaurant Café on 8 boast spectacular views of the lush mountain and city skyline. The Café is a perfect venue for an informal business meeting, a filling family lunch or simply a place to pause and unwind.

For restaurant reservations and enquiries, please contact +852 2132-2688 or email fnb@mr2.com.hk.

To view full menu, please visit http://twomr.com.hk/dining.

All prices are subject to 10% service charge.

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Café on 8 Semi-Buffet Lunch

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Café on 8 Weekend Afternoon Tea

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About Two MacDonnell Road

Conveniently set in a vibrant residential neighborhood within the city’s prestigious Mid-levels, Central, accommodation at this restful oasis boast green tropical views backed by Hong Kong’s iconic architectural skyline. Two MacDonnell Road offers 213 classically decorated rooms, private gymnasium, a popular restaurant Café on 8 and free shuttle bus service, the property enjoys an unrivalled location close to Central’s key financial district and cool entertainment hubs Lan Kwai Fong and Soho. Immediately surrounding the property are the city’s lush Botanical Gardens and Hong Kong Park, making this hidden gem perfectly located for work, play and restoration.

 

About Lanson Place Hospitality Management Limited:

Lanson Place is a wholly owned subsidiary of Wing Tai Properties Limited (Wing Tai), a publicly listed company in Hong Kong (HKEx stock code: 369). Wing Tai currently manages eleven properties (two of which Wing Tai has equity in) under the Lanson Place brand, comprising high-end serviced apartments in Shanghai, Chengdu, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, and also a boutique hotel in Hong Kong.

Lanson Place properties are generally located in close proximity to the central business district as well as high-end shopping and entertainment areas. Lanson Place aims to offer attentive and personalised service with the convenience of a luxury hotel and the comfort and privacy of a private home.

The Group will continue to grow the Lanson Place brand as a pan-Asian brand and will continue to explore investment and management opportunities mainly in gateway cities in the Asia-Pacific region.