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A Hong Kong retro-themed food court is opening in Aberdeen!

By Beverly Ngai 21 December 2020

Foodies in southern Hong Kong Island, get your forks ready: A new dining destination has just made its debut in time for the festive season! On 13 December, Sunlink Holdings officially launched a retro-themed food court—Tin Wan Food Court (田灣食 Mart)—at Tin Wan Shopping Centre, gracing the veritable food desert of the eponymous neighbourhood with four new eateries, as well as a Christmas market to ring in the holiday cheer.

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Decked out in traditional patterned floor tiles, wooden fixtures, and iconic red accents reminiscent of old Hong Kong, Tin Wan Food Court court spans 1,600 square feet and has a seating capacity of 30 people. Within the vintage interiors are four food stalls that serve local, old-school delicacies to match the nostalgic theme, as well as modern, international cuisines.

Diners can expect to find Bao Dian Liao Li (包點料理) and Ying Heung Yuen (凝香園) churning out staple Hong Kong street foods like char siu bao, fish balls, steamed rice rolls, and piping-hot egg waffles; Hot Dog Link, specialising in German sausages and fast-food classics; and beloved Taiwanese fruit tea brand Yifang (一芳), out to satisfy all of your bubble tea cravings. For those who prefer to dine in the comfort of your home, the new food court also offers a delivery service that covers the southside of Hong Kong Island, extending to Ap Lei Chau and Cyberport.

Additionally, in efforts to empower young talents and give back to the community this Christmas season, Sunlink Holdings is joining forces with social enterprise Bright Services Company Limited to host a Christmas market from 24 to 26 December. Held at Tin Wan Shopping Centre, the market will feature 10 stalls, where vendors will display and sell all manners of handicrafts made by up-and-coming local artists. There will also be free handouts of face masks and festive cookies courtesy of SoBakery, a community-focused project dedicated to helping ex-offenders reintegrate into society.

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Beverly Ngai


A wanderer, chronic overthinker, and baking enthusiast, Beverly spent much of her childhood in the United States before moving to Hong Kong at age 11 and making the sparkling city her home. In her natural habitat, she can be found baking up a storm in her kitchen, journalling at a café, or scrolling through OpenRice deciding on her next meal.