Peking duck at Hutong restaurant, part of Hong Kong’s Aqua Restaurant Group, on Lexington Avenue, New York, the US. Photo: Hutong

From Tim Ho Wan to Mott 32, the Hong Kong restaurants taking on the world

  • Whether its Peking duck in New York or barbecue pork buns in Sydney, a number of Hong Kong restaurants are growing internationally
  • That the city’s food industry has a global profile is more important than ever, given business lost from the anti-government protests
Topic |   Food and Drinks

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Peking duck at Hutong restaurant, part of Hong Kong’s Aqua Restaurant Group, on Lexington Avenue, New York, the US. Photo: Hutong
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“Yesterday’s stinky soybean stew” at David Chang’s Kawi restaurant in the Hudson Yards development, New York, the US. Photo: Chris Dwyer

Thomas Keller, David Chang, José Andrés restaurants at Hudson Yards, New York: what it’s like to eat there

  • Keller’s retro American country club classics, Chang’s fine-dining concept Kawi, and traditional Spanish cuisine from Andrés delight the taste buds
  • The three celebrity chefs prove a hit at New York’s largest private real estate development since The Rockefeller Center
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“Yesterday’s stinky soybean stew” at David Chang’s Kawi restaurant in the Hudson Yards development, New York, the US. Photo: Chris Dwyer
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