Intervals, the recently launched cocktail bar located at Hong Kong International Airport, is introducing food and drinks takeaway options for travellers unable to sit down for the Skybridge experience.
In addition, Intervals will be extending its opening hours and operating daily from 0700 to 2300 and offering a full-service menu from breakfast through to evening, from 31 July onwards.
Intervals’ takeaway set is designed to fit perfectly on an inflight tray table.
The takeaway set includes a selection of four signature pinchos, with a choice of coffee, tea, or a canned version of Intervals’ cocktails, created in collaboration with Young Master Brewery, a homegrown Hong Kong brand.
Priced from HKD168 (US$22) for the set, the canned cocktails can also be purchased individually for HKD48.
Passengers may currently choose between three canned cocktails: Yuzu Gin, made with a Juniper berry heavy London Gin accompanied by a bright and zesty yuzu peel; Salted Lime Highball, inspired by a classic Hong Kong diner drink, made simply with salt-cured lime, cane sugar and organic vodka; or a Mala Mule, buzzing with fragrant and numbing Mala spices from Sichuan, this highball is an amped up Mule with fresh ginger and lime with organic vodka.
Intervals’ extended food offering stays true to the bar’s elevated and global take on “pinchos”, while introducing new menu items for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
For breakfast, guests can choose between Smoked Scottish Salmon Eggs Benedict, Intervals All Day Breakfast, Smashed Avocado Toast with Poached Egg or Classic French Toast, available from 0700 to 1100. New main courses are available from 1100 until closing, including Lobster & Prawn Spaghetti and an Omni Beef Burger served with sweet potato fries.
The takeaway sets will be available from 31 July.
“Intervals represents an unparalleled airport F&B experience,” says Mei Mei Song, Director of Global Brands and Transformation from Plaza Premium Group.
“Our goal is to continue innovating and going beyond the expectations of what we can offer to travellers. We are excited to extend our offering and provide customers with the option to take a piece of our concept with them on their journey, even when they leave Hong Kong.”