Hongkongers have lost many of the city’s dining institutions in recent months. The Post and food lovers share the spots they love that are still operating today, including Duen Kee, located on the side of Tai Mo Shan. Photo: Charmaine Mok
Hongkongers have lost many of the city’s dining institutions in recent months. The Post and food lovers share the spots they love that are still operating today, including Duen Kee, located on the side of Tai Mo Shan. Photo: Charmaine Mok
Charmaine Mok
Opinion

Opinion

On the Menu by Charmaine Mok

Hong Kong’s best loved local restaurants that deserve more attention – go now in case they meet the same fate as Tung Po Kitchen, Happy Cake Shop

  • The worrying trend of beloved dining institutions closing down has seen the likes of Hoover Bakery, Mido Cafe and Tung Po Kitchen disappear in recent months
  • We asked food lovers to share the local spots they love that are still operating today, from Luk Yu Tea House to Yee Shun Milk Company to Kwan Kee Claypot Rice

Hongkongers have lost many of the city’s dining institutions in recent months. The Post and food lovers share the spots they love that are still operating today, including Duen Kee, located on the side of Tai Mo Shan. Photo: Charmaine Mok
Hongkongers have lost many of the city’s dining institutions in recent months. The Post and food lovers share the spots they love that are still operating today, including Duen Kee, located on the side of Tai Mo Shan. Photo: Charmaine Mok
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