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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 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.
Sick of the same old Valentine's Day? Here are 7 alternate ideas for the most 'romantic' night of the year.
It’s not even a holiday, despite it falling on Saturday this year. And even though most of us are aware that Valentine’s Day was started as a sneaky plot by greeting card companies, year after year we still fall into the trap of overpriced set-menus and too much champagne.
Five Favourite, with Basil Yu of Sheung Wan's 'third culture' gastropub, Crafty Cow.
Crafty Cow (73%) is new. Very new - but that hasn't stopped the tucked-away Sheung Wan spot from bringing in the crowds through its exciting 'third culture' offerings. Leading its open-plan kitchen is chef/owner Basil Yu, a man who made his bones at some of the city's finest dining spots.
Fresh Food, with a Parisian burger import, a new Japanese sushi spot, Souvla shutting up, and the first sign of Restaurant Week.
We’re a little late with this week’s Fresh Food, but that’s mostly due to the lack of dining news around the city. Things are quiet as of late, but we’re sure that’ll pick up as the endless throngs of restaurateurs catch onto (read: steal) the latest trends. With that, let’s get into this week’s news.