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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.
Five Favourite Restaurants, featuring chef Neil Tomes of Wan Chai burger favourite, Beef & Liberty.
Beef & Liberty (71%) head chef Neil Tomes has had a fascinating career: working at such famed international names as The Fat Duck and M at the Fringe; opening restaurants in Shanghai and the British Virgin Islands; launching the city's gastropub obsession with Alfie's (73%).
Dining District, a new column that spotlights a foodie favourite part of town. This week: Shau Kei Wan, writes Fenella Dale.
Up-and-coming neighbourhood Shau Kei Wan may not immediately strike you as a foodie’s paradise, but there is much to be said for the colourful array of eateries on its main street. Located a stone’s throw from the MTR, Shau Kei Wan Main Street is also flanked by two beautiful temples, making it a great location to walk off a full belly.
Round-Up, featuring five regular restaurants with impressive vegetarian menus, writes Genevieve Clayton.
It isn’t easy dining with a vegetarian, and situations often play out in one of two scenarios: a miffed carnivore dealing with a tofu steak, or the veggie who boldly claims there will “definitely be something without meat."