Hong Kong’s newest eateries…
Because Hong Kong’s dining scene is ever changing, we’re here to give you a head’s up on all the latest restaurants that have opened in our beloved city. From contemporary fine dining to Michelin-starred menus, here’s what’s new in the 852. Still in early stages, it’s too soon to tell if these will offer kiddo options. Though they may not be the most family friendly restaurants, these new kids on the block are offering perfect options for date nights, group dinners or healthy lunches.
Still under wraps, we got word this new “boisterous, tandoor chophouse” will open soon, and we are super excited to try out its specialties from Pakistan and India (yum!). Keep checking back – we’ll be letting you know all the deets as soon as we get them!
The New Punjab Club, 34 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong
Head over to the New Territories to try out the recently opened Ana Sushi. Bringing seasonal, fresh catch off the coast of Japan to Hong Kong, signature dishes will include: a Takayama-inspired Hida Beef Sushi on Shrimp Cracker ($238 for three pcs), Ox Tongue with Bean Paste Sauce ($88), Chicken Wing Stuffed with Foie Gras ($68), and ANA Sushi ($78), and get ready to try out the executive chef’s creations, Matsuba Crab and Sea Urchin Rice in Stone Pot ($168) and Minced Fatty Tuna with Rice Cracker ($58).
ANA SUSHI, Shop 1027, 1/F, YOHO MALL I, 9 Yuen Lung Street, Yuen Long, New Territories
Chef Siu Hin Chin, formerly of Duddell’s, (who has earned 15 Michelin stars in nine years!) will be heading up this new fine dining Cantonese restaurant. It will open next month and we can’t wait to see what he has in store for us!
Ying Jee Club, 41 Connaught Road, Nexus Building, Central, Hong Kong, www.facebook.com/yingjeeclub
Just opened on Wellington Street, this place aims to lessen the amount of waste (both in food and products) and strives to provide tasty and balanced meals – the perfect grab-and-go option. It prepares everything on site in its kitchen everyday, with a proportionate amount of carbohydrates, protein and fats. Pop in next time you’re running around town and need a little fuel to keep you going.
Fete Up, Lower G/F, 182 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong, 9772 4531, feteup.com
Still in its soft opening, Fuse Creations is serving up ramen dishes, but will also have starters and mains that are a bit more substantial (steak, miso cod). Its signature, Fuse Ramen, is a tonkotsu (thick pork soup) based shoyu ramen with yakibuta, char siu, soy infused egg, leek, and a blend of oils.
Fuse Creations, G/F, 38 Elgin St, Central, Hong Kong, 2650 6898, www.facebook.com/pg/fusecreationshk
A contemporary new resto and pub, Brew N’ Chew just opened its doors this month. Featuring Southwestern-inspired, Italian, Asian and international dishes, it will also have your everyday comfort food (think burgers, beers, margaritas and cocktails), as well as classic American fare such as Baby Back Ribs, Fajitas and more.
Brew N’ Chew, 127 Wing Lok Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, 3974 5662, www.facebook.com/BrewNChew