The 'Triple Zone Red' Menu was Created to Raise Monetary Donations for AIDS

By: Ady Floyd - Nov 6, 2015
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High-end hotel 'Tsim Sha Tsui' teamed up with Hong Kong charity 'Aids Concern' to create an AIDS awareness menu titled 'Triple Zone Red.' The menu will be used for the month-long campaign at the hotel's restaurant called 'The Langham.'

The luxurious eatery will feature the Triple Zone Red menu, which entails a four course meal. The dinner will consist of "baked scallops with sun-dried tomatoes and lobster bisque, followed by petit filet mignon and a forest berry panna cotta." Each meal will cost about $480 Hong Kong currency, which works out to be about $60 in the United States. Additionally, a special mixologist create the '2-5-0 Red' cocktail in honor of the AIDS awareness menu.

The campaign aims to raise awareness and monetary donations for AIDS. A total of 10 percent of all proceeds from the meals and drinks will go to towards the Aids Concern charity.