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Fresh Food, with a ridiculous amount of openings and closings: French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, and plenty of fast-food spots.
Welcome back to Fresh Food! It’s been nearly a month since we’ve updated our news, but we’re slowly catching up as the summer heats up. We’ve got a ridiculous amount of news for you this week and for easier reading, we've divided it all up into cuisine type. With that, let’s get right into it.
Fresh Food, featuring yet another Mexican spot, two Japanese-influence restaurants, a pop-up series of dinners, and free Saturday sandwiches.
We’ve been a bit slack with updates here at FoodCourt, a combination of pushing forward on our new redesigned site and a general lack of news around town. But we’re back with a bang this week and have plenty to tell you about. Let’s get going on this week’s Fresh Food.
Fresh Food, with a new Tai Hang opening, Fergus Henderson coming to town, and major Macau expansions.
The city’s in recovery mode, the streets still covered with beer. We’re already four months into the year, and the dining scene continues to chug along. We’ve got an incredibly slow Fresh Food for you this week, so let’s get into it.
Fresh Food, featuring Jamie's second, plenty of small new spots, Mayta closing up, and a royal bakery coming to town.
Just a few days left before the world’s worst descends on Hong Kong for a weekend of drunken madness, while the rest of us lock up our doors and hibernate for three whole nights. Rugby Sevens weekend is here, and it's also seemingly the perfect time for dining ventures to announce their openings. With that, let’s get into this week’s Fresh Food.
Fresh Food, featuring K-town fried chicken, a raw food spin-off, and new rumours of Shake Shack coming to town.
Art Basel has come and gone, and while the city might still be recovering, we’re already gearing up for the next event. The annual Rugby Sevens kicks off at the end of the month, and guarantees to be the major hibernator of the year, when every sensible Hongkonger spends the entire weekend locked away from the drunken masses. With that, let’s get into this week’s very slow Fresh Food.