Jointly Presented by The Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and D’Deck, Discovery Bay
10 November 2013 (Sunday)
DB Plaza, Discovery Bay
Spanish Carnival in Discovery Bay, the first-of-its-kind event held in Discovery Bay to promote Spanish culture, will take place on Sunday, 10 November 2013. Come for a Sunday fiesta filled with Spanish music, dancing and food in the unique European ambience of Discovery Bay!
Indulge in the Spanish Culture & Food at the First-ever Spanish Carnival in Discovery Bay
Spaniards have a particular way of enjoying life. Experience the Spanish lifestyle at a carnival distinctively Spanish at DB Plaza! Visitors can enjoy the traditional flamenco performance and Iberico ham slicing demonstration, while beer lovers can take part in the beer drinking competition! For those who love Spanish food and goods, don’t miss the booths which offer many signature Spanish recipes, food and drinks, as well as other products from Spain. Visitors will certainly be fascinated by the variety and wealth of the Spanish culture! What’s more, the inflatable funland will bring fun and joy to children visiting the Carnival with their parents.
Spanish Carnival in Discovery Bay is one of the nine featured events at the Lantau Fiesta 2013 organised by the Lantau Development Alliance which aims to showcase the attractions and unique flavour of Lantau Island to visitors and tourists.
Over 30 exhibitors selling Spanish signature food, handcrafted items, fashion and accessories etc.
Iberico ham slicing demonstration (by Jordi Villegas, Executive Sous Chef JW Marriott Hotel HK and Vice President of The Spanish Chef Association in Asia, and Alex Yeung, Head Chef at Solera Restaurant)
Flamenco performance and flamenco class (by Clara Ramona, the esteemed Spanish dancer and flamenco artist)
Beer drinking competition (by Estrella Damm, one of the most premium beers produced in Spain)
Inflatable funland for kids aged 12 or below1
Don’t miss the splendid opportunity to get a taste of Spanish food and culture!
Satisfy your taste buds after the Carnival! D’Deck offers you a free ferry ride back to Central2 upon consumption of HK$120 or more at one of the 13 designated D’Deck restaurants3.
About D’Deck, Discovery Bay
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; Life Café serving globally inspired organic vegetarian and gluten free food; Dymocks Books & 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.
1 Customers can purchase game tickets at the Inflatable Funland Service Counter (HK$100 for 4 tickets). Each child aged 12 or below can play one of the inflatable games once by presenting one valid game ticket.
2 The 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 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.
3 The 13 designated D’Deck restaurants are 22° North, Berliner, Café Duvet, Caramba Mexican Cantina, First Korean Restaurant, Hemingway’s by the Bay, Kiraku Tei Japanese Restaurant, Koh Tomyums, Life Café, McSorley’s Ale House, Sopranos, Solera and ZAKS.