Hong Kong Food News & Reviews

From Singapore and Jakarta - Three Buns Burgers & Cocktails returns to Potato Head Hong Kong


It must have been successful the first time as Three Buns Burgers & Cocktails has returned to Hong Kong yesterday (6th August 2020) for dine-in and takeaways at Potato Head Hong Kong. The menu includes its signature gourmet burgers, sides, as well as some tropical cocktails that customers can order.

With the current restrictions on dining the full Three Buns Burgers & Cocktails menu will be exclusively available to order for all-day delivery via JIA Everywhere HERE.

Vive Cake Boutique and Sanrio’s Little Twin Stars collaboration

Vive Cake Boutique launched its latest collaboration with world renowned Sanrio named “Wishing Upon a Star” featuring Little Twin Stars

This will include an afternoon tea set as well as a selection of cakes from now until 11 October 2020. For all those Little Twin Stars fans (I know a few) this would be something nice to try and also make sure you get those IG stories and photos.

The KFC plant-based nuggets and burger launches in Hong Kong



KFC have now got involved in plant-based menu items with nuggets and a burger!  Called the New Era Nuggets and the New Era Burger, both items can already be found at selected locations across Hong Kong, which started on 29th June 2020. KFC is collaborating with international lifestyle brand New Era and has launched a special edition 9FIFTY snapback cap, featuring the KFC founder Colonel Sanders. I would be interested in trying both out to see how tasty they are, I can imagine them to be pretty decent.

Mr. Ming’s Chinese Dining at K11 MUSEA reopens



Mr. Ming’s Chinese Dining re-welcomes its customers to K11 MUSEA, which is the latest concept from Ming Fat House and the restaurant offers all-day dining with an extensive selection of traditional Chiu Chow and Cantonese recipes and dishes.

The new Market Place at Langham Place - something all foodies should visit


Market Place at Langham Place now has a much whole host of new brands and products to draw all of the foodies of Hong Kont to Mong Kok.

100+ local labels with six speciality categories to cater for all foodies, which are the cellar, the Hong Kong brands section, the healthy snacks area, the Kitchen on the go area, the meat section, and the fruit & vegetable area.
For beer lovers like myself gweilo beer has made the Portland St Pale Ale exclusively available at Market Place and the promotion for the grand opening is any 3 craft beers at HK$60.