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China Daily | Updated: 2015-07-14 08:37

Tastes of Belgium

If the recent China visit of the Belgian king and queen piqued your interest in that country's cuisine, check out a special weekend of dining at Temple Restaurant Beijing. Visiting guest chef Reinout Reniere will present the native tastes of his homeland at lunch on Friday (588 yuan, plus a service charge) and at dinner on Saturday (888 yuan); prices include wine pairings.

No 23 Songzhusi, Shatan Beijie, Dongcheng district. 010-8400-2232.


Lunch and brunch

Just in time for Bastille Day, France's national day, the new Scarlett Cafe and Wine Bar launches a weekend brunch with French-inspired items, such as poached eggs and merguez (poached eggs served in spicy tomato sauce served with crispy potatoes and a lamb sausage), and eggs with duck gravy. Also on offer are more traditional comfort foods, including cheeseburgers, penne carbonara and rotisserie chickens served with two side dishes. The French-style bistro is also serving two-and three-course lunch sets, priced at HK$88 ($11.35) and HK$98 respectively that rotate daily.

Ground floor, 2 Austin Avenue, Tsimshatsui district. 852-3565-6513.


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