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Yum bui!

From 23 October to 13 November, Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel will serve worldwide selection of beers. The German Bierfest also brings you traditional tunes and madcap antics by The Notenhoblers, a seven-member band from Munich.

To uplift the atmosphere, a number of games have been added for guests to enjoy, including ‘Strong Man’ game; ‘Milking the Cow,’ ‘Pump-the-Balloon,’ ‘Chicken Dance,’ various drinking contests, and many more exciting activities lined up every evening!

The culinary feast features authentic German dishes such as Roast pork knuckle served with braised red cabbage and gratinated potatoes ($145); Pan-fried sausages “Nürnberger” style with sauerkraut and mashed potatoes ($95); Braised beef steak in red wine vinegar
sauce with braised red cabbage and spätzli ($115); Roast herb-marinated half chicken with carrot and potato salad ($115); Pan-fried salmon cutlet with lemon sauce, creamy spinach and boiled new potatoes ($130); and Roast lamb leg with garlic on onion mustard sauce,
braised red cabbage and gratinated potatoes ($130). Then, indulge in the wide selection of beverages that include beers, apple schnapp, red and white wines, juices and soft drinks. Capping the hearty feast is a medley of extravagant desserts including Apple strudel with vanilla sauce ($65); German cheesecake with forest berry compote ($65); Black forest cake ($65); and Fresh strawberry tart with ice cream ($65).

Venue : Level 6, Viewing Platform, Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Price : Adult HK$100 Child HK$60 (Sunday to Thursday)
* Adult: Inclusive of 1 beer and a souvenir beer mug
Child: Inclusive of 1 soft drink

Adult HK$180 Child HK$100 (Friday and Saturday)
* Adult: Inclusive of 1 beer and a souvenir beer mug
Child: Inclusive of 2 soft drinks

Mr. Diplomat is a fan of Hoegaarden, but it’s time to find out if his preference will change at the German Bierfest 2010 at the Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel on the 23rd! Yeeha!

I am not a fan of beer (raise your shot glasses, tequila fans!), but I sure love October! So, as they say it here, dry the cup! Yum bui!

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