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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.
Five Favourite, featuring chef Peggy Chan of veggie favourites Grassroots Pantry and Prune Organic Deli.
In a city where meat and rice are all but staples of a regular diet, someone like chef Peggy Chan is a godsend. Her two restaurants, Grassroots Pantry (75%) and Prune Organic Deli (77%) might be strictly vegetarian, but they rarely sacrifice on flavours.
Fresh Food, featuring plenty of closures, lots of quick replacements, and the annual Asia's 50 Best Restaurants list.
With Art Week coming up this weekend and the Rugby Sevens at the end of the month, it’s that time of the year when Hong Kong is well and truly on the world map. But there’s plenty going on in the dining scene as well, and this week we've got an incredible amount of closures and replacements for you. With that, let’s get started on Fresh Food.
Round-Up, featuring six recent restaurants that fully evoke a particular time and place.
Everything old is new again, they say every couple years, but it seems like most restaurants these days bills themselves as having a ‘retro aesthetic’. A table here or a poster there is far from being faithful, and the ones that truly embrace the past often go unheralded. Here, we round up six recent restaurants that completely take on trends of yesteryear, from obsessive design details to dishes that you’d only find in vintage cookbooks.