Hong Kong – A lively modern gastro bar room 3 A tide of cherry-red brings a tray of new cocktails and a delectable tapas-style tea dish to the lips for a trip to Japan to celebrate Hanami, the flower-viewing season. Available from March 27, 2023 and blooming alongside the country’s cherry trees, sakura-themed sips and an elaborate Japanese spring spread promote the cheerful mood of this modern speakeasy at the trendy H Zentre in Tsim Sha Tsui.
Spring cocktails can also be tasted at KAPPOU MU, room 3The laid-back sister restaurant combines traditional kappu cuisine with a new sakura-inspired omakase menu for lunch or dinner. The two Japanese dining and entree hotspots, which opened earlier this year and share an elegant reception area, were founded and managed by dynamic hospitality management company Dining Art Group.
Sakura infusions will enhance happy hour chatter in three atmospheric interconnecting chambers that include; room 3 – is called “room san”, with san being the Japanese word for “three”. the glorious characteristic of Sakura Blossom (HK$150), the first of two new spring cocktails, will be irresistible to those who enjoy delicately mixed drinks with a delicious mouthfeel and creamy finish. Sakura leaf-infused vodka is the potent base to which fresh lemon, homemade lemongrass, slightly tart Maraschino cherry liqueur and egg white are added for a balanced and indulgent complexity. Echoing the first sign of spring, a light dusting of sakura petals offers a luscious red finish atop a snow-white cocktail coat.
It’s the other new creation of spring Sakura Negroni (HK$150), a spirited Japanese take on the classic Italian “stirred, not shaken” aperitif. Although made in the traditional way with equal parts gin (from Japanese gin master Roku), Campari and Vermouth for a splash of grapefruit deliciousness, Vermouth is something special, a limited edition sakura petal-infused wine. its botanicals. Dry ice emits a cloudy smoke as the cocktail is served in an old-fashioned glass set in a cool wooden box; a performance that reflects Japanese aesthetics. room 3The skilled team of mixologists.
From their list of unique Japanese-inspired signatures, one of their compelling gin-based cocktails is also perfect for spring. Sakura Cha (HK$150) is a refreshing tall drink of Japanese gin, enhanced by the fruity flavors and textures of peach jasmine soda and silver needle tea, as well as a cherry-pink tinge from sakura petals.
The cheerful glow of spring is also seen in the modern gastrobar on a relaxing izakaya-style gastronomic journey. Served daily from 4pm to 7pm room 3 Tanoshi Afternoon Tea Voyage (HK$388 for 2 persons, including 2 selected beverages) features nine varieties of enticing appetizers firmly encased in a gorgeous wooden tray grid. It is rightly called, “tanoshi” means happiness in Japanese. this is a perfect serving in an ideal setting to take friends to blissful Japanese cherry blossom meadows.
Over tea or after work with Japanese-inspired tapas, this meeting includes eight mouth-watering appetizers and a delicious jelly dessert. Carefully prepared by an experienced culinary team and flavored with fried or grilled flavors, the izakaya’s offerings include; Japanese green peppers and mini sweet potatoes; Fried lotus root; and yakitori favorites like Soft chicken bone and: Minced chicken with Japanese egg. Garlic chicken wing highlights another part of the succulent bird. Pickled burdock root provides a clean, crisp vegetable palate cleanser, while the colorful, contrasting textures found in the moreish duo. Snow Crab Meat Tobiko and: Thrown by Mentaiko Udo nice swipe down. It’s the sweet finale Mizu Shingen Mochi – a sparkling “raindrop cake” that infuses black sugar syrup, roasted soy powder and agar-agar (seaweed gelatin).
This tempting sharing set includes a glass of house wine, beer, juice, soft drink or Sakura tea, or the chance to sip the aforementioned trio in one of the sakura-infused cocktails at a special price of HK$88 (originally HK$150).
Bringing the memories of Sakura one step closer, the spacious interior room 3 are inspired by nature and the Japanese landscape. Handcrafted by award-winning interior design studio Minus Workshop, brown and natural hues and bamboo motifs are woven across three distinctly themed spaces and moods spread over nearly 2,000 sq.ft. per foot.
The Akasaka Room is the first, largest and liveliest space to hang out for spring tapas and cocktails. A statement bar offers a close-up of the ritual of animated mixology, while a vaulted ceiling and stainless steel mirrored spheres and surfaces allow for an elegant afternoon or early evening date. A breathtaking central chandelier and accompanying spiral experiment of bamboo leaves decorate the intimate Ginza Room with its curved tables, mirrored wall panels and crystal inlays. The Roppongi Room there is the ultimate setting, with a long, leaf-patterned interior wall evoking the feeling of a picnic under the trees.
For reservations, please call (852) 6361-8505 or visit https://inline.app/booking/room3/HZentre.
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