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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.
Five Favourite Restaurants with Nathan Green, the new head chef at Spanish tapas joint, 22 Ships.
Celebrity chef Jason Atherton has staked a heavy claim to Hong Kong's high-end dining scene in recent years, with such well-received restaurants as Aberdeen Street Social (75%) and Ham & Sherry (70%) winning innumerable critical accolades and awards.
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.
Round-Up, featuring 6 restaurants that are famed for late-night eats, writes Richard Ames.
Snacking after midnight isn’t hard in Hong Kong, with the endless number of McDonald’s and Tsui Wah’s. But sometimes that drunken urge craves something more. Here, we stray away from the standard overpriced breakfasts (ahem, Flying Pan (59%)) and terrible pizzas (looking at you, Paisanos (68%)), for a focus on finer late-night fare. All of it's Asian – because really, after a certain hour is when their true flavours come out.