A restaurant packed full of people having lunch in Pacific Place in Admiralty. From tasty Thai dishes to fancy French fine dining, at least we have plenty of great restaurants to choose from during the pandemic – even if we can’t travel freely just yet. Photo: May Tse A restaurant packed full of people having lunch in Pacific Place in Admiralty. From tasty Thai dishes to fancy French fine dining, at least we have plenty of great restaurants to choose from during the pandemic – even if we can’t travel freely just yet. Photo: May Tse
A restaurant packed full of people having lunch in Pacific Place in Admiralty. From tasty Thai dishes to fancy French fine dining, at least we have plenty of great restaurants to choose from during the pandemic – even if we can’t travel freely just yet. Photo: May Tse
Susan Jung
Opinion

Opinion

Feast or Famine by Susan Jung

Why I am thankful for Hong Kong restaurants during the pandemic, and how they’re helping to soothe my itchy feet

  • With travel still severely restricted, more people in Hong Kong are discovering or rediscovering how amazing restaurants in the city can be
  • Unlike other places where strict lockdowns mean restaurants are still a no-go zone, we have been able to eat out – and we have plenty of cuisines to choose from

A restaurant packed full of people having lunch in Pacific Place in Admiralty. From tasty Thai dishes to fancy French fine dining, at least we have plenty of great restaurants to choose from during the pandemic – even if we can’t travel freely just yet. Photo: May Tse A restaurant packed full of people having lunch in Pacific Place in Admiralty. From tasty Thai dishes to fancy French fine dining, at least we have plenty of great restaurants to choose from during the pandemic – even if we can’t travel freely just yet. Photo: May Tse
A restaurant packed full of people having lunch in Pacific Place in Admiralty. From tasty Thai dishes to fancy French fine dining, at least we have plenty of great restaurants to choose from during the pandemic – even if we can’t travel freely just yet. Photo: May Tse
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Susan Jung

Susan Jung

Susan Jung trained as a pastry chef and worked in hotels, restaurants and bakeries in San Francisco, New York and Hong Kong before joining the Post. She is academy chair for Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan for the World's 50 Best Restaurants and Asia's 50 Best Restaurants.