Starstreet Precinct and SCMP Marketing Services Present “Starstreet- Gourmet & Wine Walk”

Hong Kong, September 13, 2010 – SCMP Marketing Services announce today that it has been appointed to co-organise Starstreet Precinct’s street-level wine and dine event. Named "Starstreet – Gourmet & Wine Walk", this fundraising event will be held on Saturday, 23 October 2010 from 2pm to 6pm, and offers wining and dining pleasures at an array of stylish restaurants for food and wine lovers. Proceeds from this afternoon event will be donated to Save the Children, which helps to support works in children’s education, protection and health.

Starstreet – Gourmet & Wine Walk, hosted by Starstreet Precinct, co-organized by SCMP Marketing Services and sponsored by American Express®, will be a weekend day out for existing fans and new converts of the area. This hip urban village, between Wanchai and Admiralty, hosts a collection of eclectic dining destinations and design-driven lifestyle stores. Through a relaxing stroll along the precinct, patrons can sample fine wines, savour delectable canapes and meet chefs at the participating 16 cafes, bistros, restaurants and wine cellars. (Please refer to the list of participating outlets below).

Food and wine lovers can purchase tickets online from 13 September onwards via Tickets are priced at HK$375 each, which includes a custom-made wine glass and a passport to visit all participating outlets. Early birds who purchase before 25 September will enjoy a discounted price at HK$340 each and American Express Cardmembers can enjoy an exclusive price of HK$280.

Fabulous gifts will be offered to the first eight participants who complete the entire walk with a full collection of shop stamps on their passport*. The gifts include a weekend stay for two persons in a harbour-view Upper Suite at The Upper House with breakfast at Cafe Gray Deluxe, a limited-edition Lip x Kapok watch, boutique wines from Margaret River Wines and coupons from Dressed (Salads with style).

The event itself will be managed by the SCMP Marketing Services division, which has built up a strong record of organising major events, including the highly acclaimed South China Morning Post/DHL Hong Kong Business Awards and the popular CSL Networking with the Best series.

*On a first-come, first-served basis and subject to the Organisers’ final decision.

Starstreet – Gourmet & Wine Walk

Date: Saturday, 23 October 2010
Time: 2pm – 6pm
Venue: Starstreet Precinct, Wanchai
Registration: Three Pacific Place

List of participating outlets (in alphabetical order)
  1. caffè HABITŪ
  4. cinecittà
  5. Classified Star Street
  6. Dressed
  7. Kapok
  8. Margaret River Wines
  9. 1/5 nuevo
  10. PizzaExpress
  11. Pret A Manger
  12. Slim’s
  13. Spuntini
  14. Woo Tung Yakiniku Dining Bar
  15. Xi Yan Sweets
  16. Yo Mama


About Starstreet Precinct
Starstreet Precinct, centred around Three Pacific Place and comprising mainly Star Street, Moon Street, Sun Street, and Wing Fung Street, is a destination for those who prefer unique lifestyle choices.

Back in the 1900s, it was the location of Hong Kong Electric’s power plant in Wan Chai. Today, the precinct has evolved into an emerging dining area with strong artistic overtones, thanks to a group of creative talents, designers and free-thinking restaurateurs who have filled the area with cafes, restaurants, bars, galleries, florists and home design outlets.

Together with a thoughtfully landscaped environment and a Three Pacific Place Link connecting the precinct to the rest of the Pacific Place complex, these shops have turned the area into a Hong Kong lifestyle community.

For more information, please visit

About South China Morning Post

First published in 1903, South China Morning Post is Hong Kong’s premier English language newspaper and has the city’s most affluent and influential readership. With a reputation for authoritative, influential and independent reporting on Hong Kong and China, it has won 58 journalistic excellence awards in the past year alone. The newspaper is supported with its online publication and its Sunday edition, Sunday Morning Post. For more information of South China Morning Post, please visit

For further information please contact:

Pauline Wan
Manager, Marketing Services
Tel: (852) 2565 2350
Fax: (852) 2565 5380