D’Deck, the largest oceanfront alfresco dining hot spot in Hong Kong, invites you and your loved one to a February date. Visiting Discovery Bay in the month of love, you will once again walk along the beach filled with heart-shaped candle lights, and make a vow of forever love on the Path of Love on the promenade – exquisitely designed by prestigious Japanese origami (paper-art) master. It will certainly be a touching and memorable moment!
Make a Wish on the Path of Love Designed by Famous Japanese Origami Master, accompanied by Bear br. (1-28 Feb)
This Valentine’s Day, Shin Tanaka, the well-known Japanese origami master, has been invited by D’Deck to design a pair of bear br. (a special edition for D’Deck) using his graffiti paper-art skills. The theme is “Wish Upon the Loving Hearts”. You can stroll along the Path of Love on the promenade decorated with three heart shapes in different sizes, and make a lifelong commitment to your significant half with wishing cards to be placed on the “Loving Hearts”.
Mr Tanaka, from Fukuoka, Japan, is an innovative graffiti origami master and paper-art artist. He makes good use of curves with vivid colours and details, and combines the elements of origami and street culture to create unique paper-art pieces with strong personality. Mr Tanaka’s works are highly regarded by both Japanese media and international brands for marketing and packaging purposes, including Nike, Issey Miyake, Disney, UNIQLO, as well as Adidas’ shin-adicolor series and Rogue Status series, etc. This time, D’Deck will display a 1:300 origami bear br., designed by Mr Tanaka, at the entrance of the Wishing Promenade, which is built according to his design blueprint. Want to see Mr Tanaka’s works? Visit Discovery Bay this February!
Enjoy Great Food and Redeem a set of Limited Edition Origami Bears (9-14 Feb) 1 The international restaurants on D’Deck, along the promenade connecting the 400 -metre long Tai Pak Beach, will serve up Valentine’s Day specials and offer 180° panoramic sea view. Enjoy a sumptuous dinner while indulging in the spectacular sea view and magnificent Disneyland fireworks – Love is in the air! If you’re looking for a more intimate and romantic dining experience, don’t miss the double seats available in D’Deck restaurants!
During the promotional period, customers spending over HK$400 for lunch or dinner at one of the 13 designated restaurants2 at D’Deck can redeem a set of Valentine’s Day limited edition origami bears br. specifically designed for D’Deck by Mr Tanaka – a perfect gift for a romantic day!
Thousands of Candle Lights on the Beach (14 Feb) Year after year couples have been taking photos and cuddling with each other right next to thousands of candle lights at the 400-metre long Tai Pak Beach. This is one of the classic moments at Discovery Bay. Together with the sky brightened up by the Disneyland fireworks and the live violin music performance, you and your loved one are guaranteed an unforgettable night. How can you miss it?
Free Ferry Ride Offered by D’Deck 3 Don’t forget our Dine ‘N Ride offer. By spending HK$100 or more at any of the 13 designated D'Deck restaurants, you will be able to enjoy a free ferry ride back to Central. Simply bring your transaction receipt to “D’Deck Free Ferry Service Counter” to redeem your free ride!
For more information about “Wish Upon the Loving Hearts x Shin Tanaka @ D’Deck, Discovery Bay” and Dine ’N Ride complimentary ferry service, please visit www.ddeck.com.hk; email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 3651-2345.
About D’Deck Situated next to Discovery Bay Pier, D’Deck offers a relaxed and spacious environment with a variety of 20 thematic restaurants along the promenade connecting the Tai Pak Beach. With spectacular 180° sea views and nightly Disneyland fireworks, D’Deck makes dining a stimulating experience. D’Deck offers delectable choices of international menu such as First Korean Restaurant (Korean), Kiraku Tei Japanese Restaurant (Japanese) and Koh Tomyums (Thai) for Asian cuisine; Solera (Spanish), Café Duvet (Tapas & Dessert), McSorley’s Ale House (Irish Pub /Indian) and Berliner (German) for European tastes, Caramba Mexican Cantina (Mexican) and Hemingway’s by the Bay (Caribbean) for south-middle American cuisine.
Other thematic restaurants include 22° North boasting a large selection of classic recipes catering for all budgets and tastes; Dymocks & Gallery Café merging the culture of bookstore and Café; last but not least is ZAKS, which serves international cuisine with alfresco seating area of 5,000 sq. ft. in resort style.
Easily accessible, D’Deck is just 25 minutes away from Central by ferry or 15-20 minutes away from Tung Chung or Sunny Bay MTR Stations by bus.
Remarks 1 Customers spending over HK$400 for lunch or dinner at one of the 13 designated restaurants at D’Deck from 9 Feb to 14 Feb 2013 can redeem a set of Valentine’s Day limited edition origami bears for free with the original receipt on the same day of the transaction at the D’Deck Free Ferry Service Counter located beside the bus stop escalator at DB Plaza. First-come-first-served while stock lasts.
2 The 13 designated restaurants are 22˚ North, Berliner, Café Duvet, Caramba Mexican Cantina, Ebeneezer’s, First Korean Restaurant, Hemingway’s by the Bay, Kiraku Tei Japanese Restaurant, Koh Tomyums, McSorley’s Ale House, Sopranos, Solera and ZAKS.
3 Free ferry ride offer is valid for dinner consumption from Monday to Friday, and lunch/dinner consumption on Saturday, Sunday and public holiday. The free ferry ride is valid on the same day of the transaction, and for the following schedules only: Mon-Fri: 7:30pm-12:00am; Sat/Sun/public holiday: 1:00pm-12:00am.