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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.
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.
Fresh Food, featuring a fancy Chinese restaurant, comfort food favourites, South American spots, and word on Mavericks.
The season’s quickly creeping up on us, and restaurants are gearing up for their busiest time of the year. But that hasn’t stopped a host of new spots opening up around town: we’ve got an incredible amount of news for you this week, so let’s get into Fresh Food.
Five Favouite, featuring Chris Kerr, executive chef at Kennedy Town's Irish restaurant, Kinsale.
When Kinsale (67%) was first announced a few months back, the dining scene was surprised: an Irish joint that isn't a pub? But the innovative K-Town restaurant has stood out for its Emerald Isle-tinged comfort food, overseen by veteran chef Chris Kerr.
Fresh Food, with Maximal's big reveal, plenty of fresh ventures, and saying goodbye to David Lai's first two spots.
Just a few days till Clockenflap, the biggest festival of the year, and we can’t wait: with over 100 musicians and artists, as well as 30 food vendors, it’s the ultimate place to be before the year rounds up. But there’s still plenty of ‘traditional’ food news, so let’s get into it.