Hong Kong,  5 May 2015 – On 6 May 2015, the trendy industrial chic and French inspired Scarlett Cafe & Wine Bar concept – which proves to be a popular hit in Beijing and Bangkok – is coming to the trendy Kimberley Road restaurant and bar enclave of Tsim Sha Tsui.

Blackboard menu, metal and distressed wooden décor, open kitchen and inviting bar are hallmarks of the winning formula, together with a reasonably priced menu of good portions and super-prime products.

Scarlett promises the “best value French wines in Hong Kong” through its own imports and frequent wine promotions – with prices starting at just HK$220 a bottle, HK$45 a glass and half of the 70 all-French labels under HK$500.

Complementing the impressive wine cellar, the diverse evening menu featuring a large selection of tapas, pates & terrines, cheese/charcuterie boards, pasta, meat dishes and Chef Specials.

During lunchtime, the trendy menu extends to classic sandwiches & burgers, free-range organic rotisserie chicken, salads and pasta with a two-course menu for only HK$88 and 3-course menu for HK$98.

With its indoor and outdoor seating, Scarlett will also be opened from 7:00 a.m. for American-style breakfasts, including freshly baked pastries, waffles, pancakes and egg specialties.

Open from early morning till late, Scarlett is creates different atmosphere according to the time of day – from affordable and laidback breakfasts, brunches and ‘happy hours’ for the office crowd, to a trendy evening ambient for wining and dining.

Opening Weekly Promotions:

–         Monday to Friday from 4pm to 7pm: Happy Hour – large selection of imported wines by the glass for HK$45
–         Mondays: Buy 1-meter long cold cuts and cheese platter and get one complimentary bottle of house wine
–         Tuesdays from 5pm: Ladies Night – bottles of bubbles for HK$150 for ladies only
–         Sunday Brunch: Selected bottles of rosefor HK$200

More information is at www.randblab.com/scarlettor facebook.com/scarletthk

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