Corporate bits | St. Regis Macao announces Easter treats

The St. Regis Macao will present “Family Sharing Set Dinner,” available from March 26 to April 2 and the “Easter Sunday Brunch,” at The Manor on April 1, according to a statement issued by the resort.

The St. Regis Bar is also offering an Easter Afternoon Tea featuring a selection of festive sweet and savory treats from March 28 to April 4. 

The eight-course Easter Family Sharing Set Dinner is a menu for four persons. Highlights from the menu include the roast beef Wellington, sautéed live prawns with garlic and paprika, as well as the dressed Alaskan crab served with apple, coriander, cognac and crab roe cream.

Meanwhile at The Manor, a range of the seafood, lobster-themed dishes, prime meat, “Macau Inspired” gourmet delights and a medley of desserts, will be presented.

The St. Regis Bar offers an exclusive Afternoon Tea set to celebrate the festivities featuring a series of savory treats.

Mercedes-Benz presents new vehicles

At the 88th Geneva Motor Show, Mercedes-Benz will be presenting a slew of world premieres which will provide a clear demonstration that the brand offers vehicles to suit all needs.

First to be unveiled is the all-new Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupé, according to a statement issued by the company.

Also celebrating its world premiere is the new Mercedes-AMG G 63, the new generation of the off-road legend by Mercedes-AMG.

Further highlights in Geneva include the redesigned C-Class. The bestseller appears with new, even more efficient engines. Also on show for the first time is a pre-production version of the first plug-in diesel hybrid, which is set to feature in both the C-Class and the E-Class. The new Mercedes-AMG C 43 guarantees compelling performance, the statement noted. In addition, the smart EQ Fortwo and the smart EQ Forfour see Mercedes-Benz take the next step towards the electrification of its entire model line-up by 2022.

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