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Hong Kong — By thehongkongguide on September 7, 2009 at 1:19 pm

Watch (500) Days of Summer at the Palace IFC and enjoy delicious Parisian macarons at Le Goûter Bernardaud

Two important things about me:

1. Watching films is part of my everyday life.

2. I love to eat everything sweet!

 

I’ve been waiting to watch (500) Days of Summer starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel—two of my favourite, most talented actors in this generation (I digress)—for an extremely long time, and finally, on Thursday, 8 October it’s opening at the Palace IFC in Central!

 

The Palace IFC is a popular cinema located in IFC Mall for moviegoers who are looking for mainstream as well as lesser known independent and foreign films to catch on the big screen. The have numerous films (old and new) for film lovers of all ages and interests. Watch the latest blockbusters or join in on their ‘bc special’ Sunday film night that features classic films and foreign favourites from all over the world every week.

 

On to the next great thing in IFC Mall: Le Goûter Bernardaud is a modern Parisian tea salon that offers a menu filled with filling power breakfast meals, delicious lunch and dinner sets, afternoon tea and French chocolates, macarons and other desserts.

 

The scrumptious Parisian macarons are absolutely mouthwatering and are the main reason why I dine at the stylish eatery. For HK$12 a piece, it’s pretty pricey but your money is well worth it, as this authentic French delicacy is like a gift from heaven! I may sound like I’m exaggerating, but blame it on my sweet tooth.

 

For more info visit the ff:

Broadway Circuit – Palace IFC

www.ifc.com.hk

www.legouter.com

Tags: cinemas, dessert, indie films, Parisian macarons, Restaurants & Bars, tea, The Arts

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