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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.
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.
Fresh Food, with a hip new Korean place, a piri-piri chicken spot, a couple chefs coming to town, and a cool Fringe Club pop-up.
Another week, another Fresh Food. Things are still a little slow going on around town, and we’re sure they’ll pick up once Chinese New Year rolls round in a couple weeks. With that, here’s this week’s news.
Fresh Food, featuring the return of Patrick Goubier, a new craft beer bar in Mong Kok, and Korean-styled pizza in Causeway.
We’re just a couple weeks into the new year, and already we’re facing our second food-related controversy. We don’t dare utter the contentious phrase in question, but FoodCourt would like to inform that we've now trademarked* the words ‘restaurant’, ‘dining’, ‘eating’ and ‘food’ – we’d appreciate it if all publications would avoid using them in the future. With that, let’s get into this week’s slightly slow Fresh Food.
Fresh Food, featuring Austin Fry's new spot, plenty of trend-abusers, and quite a number of closures.
The year’s just kicked off, but already Hong Kong’s dining scene in embroiled in controversy. We’re not ones to comment on that kind of thing, but we will say that in a battle of two massive egos, the only ones that lose out are us, the readers. With that slightly lame reflection, let’s get into the first Fresh Food of 2015!