The city’s favourite food festival, Taste of Hong Kong, is set to return to Central Harbourfront this March 21 to 24 with a line-up of top restaurants and master chefs, festival food exclusives, and interactive attractions for the whole family.
Back for its fourth year, the festival will welcome a total of 12 restaurants including Hong Kong’s newest additions to the culinary scene such as Flying Elk, John Anthony, Old Bailey, Hoi King Heen, Sausage Commitment, a project by Okra Hong Kong, and Artemis and Apollo. Also making their debut are renowned Vietnamese eatery Chôm Chôm, and Middle Eastern joint Francis.
Returning favourites include Pici, HAKU, and Zuma, and festival goers can expect additional restaurants and attractions to be announced at a later date, including an acclaimed international pop-up restaurant and some seriously Insta-worthy dishes.
So make a note, save the date, and get ready to whet those palettes!