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02 Nov - 27 Nov

Tong Chong Street Market 2020

By Localiiz 4 November 2020

Event Information

START DATE 02 Nov 2020
END DATE 27 Nov 2020
G/F, One Taikoo Place, Quarry Bay

Tong Chong Street Market (TCSM) is back this year with more exciting culinary pop-up and greater efforts in promoting sustainable living and healthy eating. Presented by Taikoo Place, Tong Chong Street Market has grown to become the go-to place for gourmet street food. The most sought-after coffee makers and gourmet talents are invited to introduce the latest food trend and encourage dialogues for like-minded communities. This season’s market will feature two dedicated themes: A two-month-long Coffee Festival throughout November and December, and organic, sustainable delights throughout January and February 2021.

All good things start with coffee. Kicking off the Coffee Festival, TCSM will take market-goers on an aromatic tasting journey from breakfast till lunch with the city’s most popular coffee vendors, including Blue Bottle Coffee, Knockbox Coffee Company, Even0 Coffee Company, Winstons Coffee, All About Coffee, and more! Visitors can also pair their cup of coffee with a wide range of delectable food and snacks from some of the city's most popular eateries like Kala Toast, Chez Ba, and Nomad Burger. Going hand-in-hand with OpenRice, tenants at Taikoo Place and Cityplaza One can place orders via the Taikoo Social app to enjoy fresh food and drinks from selected vendors in the market and other restaurant outlets in the Quarry Bay area at their desk with OpenRice delivery service, no matter how busy they are!


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