A Second Wanchai Branch Serving Authentic Singaporean and Malaysian Cuisine
Pioneering a New Concept – Unique blend of casual dining and happy hour
Casual Dining in a Singaporean heritage Black and White House
Happy Hour with Nanyang Specialties  Dine on a Seafood Feast   
 
【28 March 2014, Hong Kong】ASIAN TWIST in Wanchai, which integrates the Group’s highly acclaimed casual dining concept with its commitment to a quality dining experience and high quality food. To satisfy the taste buds of Hong Kong’s gourmets, the Group’s culinary team from Singapore and Malaysia have used their talents and favourite ingredients to create an irresistible range of authentic dishes. Inspired by the heritage architecture of Singapore’s famous Black and White Houses, the architectural style of the new restaurant has a distinctly Tudor aesthetic. With bright white walls and black-rimmed full-height glass windows, the nostalgic colonial atmosphere will make diners feel right at home. The waiters and waitresses also wear traditional Batik uniforms, ensuring that the entire experience feels like dining in a real Singaporean villa. 

  
 
At ASIAN TWIST, every moment is designed to be a pleasure. In addition to breakfast and office lunch hours, the restaurant also warmly invites customers to come and enjoy Happy Hour from 3pm to 6pm featuring special finger food created by the Singaporean chef, including such popular street snacks as Spam Fries (Pork) and Salad You Tiao. Serving the iconic Singapore Sling and Tiger Beer wheat beer that overflows with a lemon fragrance, ASIAN TWIST is the perfect new hangout for office workers wanting to unwind after a busy day. In the evenings, the restaurant’s soothing lighting and restful music creates the perfect setting for a romantic meal or relaxed get-together with friends. For guests wanting the very highest levels of personalised attention, a dedicated VIP room allows diners to enjoy a “chef’s table” experience of exclusively prepared dishes. 

Media Tasting event was held on the same day. 
 
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