New Restaurants Opening in Hong Kong

We’re back with a host of new restaurants for you food enthusiasts to discover in Hong Kong’s feasting utopia:

The Artist House

This new venue has been created for enjoying and uncovering craft beer with an in-house 3d tour of the Artist House’s Belgium brewery for true beer fanatics.  The list doesn’t stop there…There will also be a farm where they grow their own herbs and flowers, a fragrance lab and a brewery where you can also get coffee and pastries!

Brut! By Pata Negra House

This new spot in Sai Ying Pun gets is delicious produce from the local market as well as sustainably sourced ingredients from Northern Spain to make up their large sharing plates. There are vegan and vegetarian’s options on the menu, so it is suitable for everyone to tuck it if you’re visiting with a big group.

Ta-ke

There are a lot of well-known names in the restaurant industry involved with this new fine dining opening which will be situated below their sister restaurant 10 Shanghai. In the kitchen, you’ll find celebrated Japanese chefs Masakazu Ishibashi, Hara Eisaku and Suzuki Masahiro serving up sushi, sashimi, teppanyaki, and tempura.

Kuru Kuru

Everyone needs a trusty go-to pasta spot and Kuru Kuru may just be the one! This new opening will be cooking up handmade pasta and made to order toppings at the end of the red MTR line for as little as 39HKD.

Sakana No Aji

This new sushi and sashimi restaurant being led by Japanese executive Chef Suzuki Takeshi will be opening in the popular food hub spot on 8 Lyndhurst Terrace. You can expect fresh Japanese ingredients and a lustrous bar area featuring some of Japan’s favourite whiskey and sake.

Steak on Elgin

Canadian- Hong Kong Chef Clayton MA (who has a strong sustainability ethos) is bringing this new steak restaurant to Soho. The menu will feature 100% grass-fed beef that cover all cuts from the British Isles as well as seafood, pork, lamb and 350 bottles of wine.

Theo Mistral

UK Celebrity Chef Theo Randall is debuting his first Italian restaurant at the InterContinental Grand Stanford in Hong Kong. The former Head Chef of London’s River Café will be delivering a menu featuring; pizzas, stuffed pasta as well as signature desserts and starters.

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