Red Lobster has arrived in Hong Kong, but it’s debatable that it’s been worth the wait – especially in a city that’s already rich with tasty seafood choices. Photo: Red Lobster Red Lobster has arrived in Hong Kong, but it’s debatable that it’s been worth the wait – especially in a city that’s already rich with tasty seafood choices. Photo: Red Lobster
Red Lobster has arrived in Hong Kong, but it’s debatable that it’s been worth the wait – especially in a city that’s already rich with tasty seafood choices. Photo: Red Lobster
Andrew Sun
Opinion

Opinion

Mouthing Off by Andrew Sun

Red Lobster joins Five Guys and The Cheesecake Factory in Hong Kong – but should we even care?

  • Red Lobster is run-of-the-mill seafood sold at an accessible price point, and there many other seafood options
  • Is there an assumption that a famous international brand has to automatically be better than something local?

Red Lobster has arrived in Hong Kong, but it’s debatable that it’s been worth the wait – especially in a city that’s already rich with tasty seafood choices. Photo: Red Lobster Red Lobster has arrived in Hong Kong, but it’s debatable that it’s been worth the wait – especially in a city that’s already rich with tasty seafood choices. Photo: Red Lobster
Red Lobster has arrived in Hong Kong, but it’s debatable that it’s been worth the wait – especially in a city that’s already rich with tasty seafood choices. Photo: Red Lobster
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