Autumn is hairy crab season in Hong Kong, and it’s also the best time of year to enjoy the city’s alfresco dining options. Photo: May Tse
Autumn is hairy crab season in Hong Kong, and it’s also the best time of year to enjoy the city’s alfresco dining options. Photo: May Tse
Charmaine Mok
Opinion

Opinion

On the Menu by Charmaine Mok

Autumn in Hong Kong means alfresco dining and hairy crab – but will 0+3 make this year particularly quiet for the city’s restaurants?

  • As temperatures start to drop in the city, Hongkongers can once again enjoy an array of incredible alfresco dining options, not to mention hairy crab season
  • There’s a buzz in the air as Covid restrictions continue to ease, but restaurateurs think things will get worse for their industry before they get better

Autumn is hairy crab season in Hong Kong, and it’s also the best time of year to enjoy the city’s alfresco dining options. Photo: May Tse
Autumn is hairy crab season in Hong Kong, and it’s also the best time of year to enjoy the city’s alfresco dining options. Photo: May Tse
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