People dressed in various costumes enjoy Halloween night at Lan Kwai Fong in October, 2020. It’s columnist Andrew Sun’s worst nightmare. Photo: Winson Wong
People dressed in various costumes enjoy Halloween night at Lan Kwai Fong in October, 2020. It’s columnist Andrew Sun’s worst nightmare. Photo: Winson Wong
Andrew Sun
Opinion

Opinion

Mouthing Off by Andrew Sun

Halloween foods are a real horror show: pity the chef who has to make pizza with a monster face and the bartender asked to concoct ghastly looking drinks for Instagram posts

  • It’s the time of year when restaurant owners and marketing teams put pressure on their kitchen staff to come up with “something spooky”
  • But if you really want food that shocks, try eating grilled fish heads, deep-fried grasshoppers, chocolate-covered ants or blood sausages

People dressed in various costumes enjoy Halloween night at Lan Kwai Fong in October, 2020. It’s columnist Andrew Sun’s worst nightmare. Photo: Winson Wong
People dressed in various costumes enjoy Halloween night at Lan Kwai Fong in October, 2020. It’s columnist Andrew Sun’s worst nightmare. Photo: Winson Wong
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