Vegetarians rejoice! Plant-based food tech giant Impossible Food’s latest product Impossible Pork Made From Plants will be rolled out at more than 120 restaurants across Hong Kong starting from 4 October. As a delicious, nutrient-rich, plant-based ground meat, Impossible Pork delivers on everything that matters to people who love pork, and can be used in any recipe that calls for ground pork from pigs! To celebrate the launch of the plant-based pork, 15 participating restaurants at the Tong Chong Street Market in Taikoo Place will be giving away away 100 free Impossible Pork bento boxes daily from 4 October through 8 October.
The giveaway bento will feature a different rotating theme every day, from dim sum and classic Chinese to east-meets-west and Southeast Asian, and serve three tasting portion dishes from popular restaurants including Tim Ho Wan, Good BBQ, Bloom by Wong Jia Sha, Indonesian 1968, Check-in Taipei, Kyoto Katsugyu, and Years. Sample the nutrient-rich, plant-based ground pork meat in dishes from every culture and cuisine, ranging from spring rolls, meatballs, dumplings, tacos, sausage links, and more!
Following launch week, Impossible Pork will continue to be served at Tong Chong Street Market until the end of October. A number of launch partner restaurants will continue serving Impossible Pork dishes alongside their signature dishes so that diners can delight in an array of Asian delicacies, all in one place!
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