Classic Hong Kong restaurants Tung Po Kitchen (above) and Mido Cafe have reopened – a sign of Hong Kong’s recovering dining scene. Photo: Dickson Lee
Classic Hong Kong restaurants Tung Po Kitchen (above) and Mido Cafe have reopened – a sign of Hong Kong’s recovering dining scene. Photo: Dickson Lee
Charmaine Mok
Opinion

Opinion

On the Menu by Charmaine Mok

Much loved Hong Kong restaurants Tung Po Kitchen and Mido Cafe reopen, overseas chefs head to the city – there’s cause for optimism

  • With the easing of Covid-19 quarantine measures, overseas chefs are visiting Hong Kong for pop-ups, and events and Tung Po Kitchen and Mido Cafe have reopened
  • Elsewhere in the region, Noma chef-owner Rene Redzepi will spend two months in Kyoto, Japan, for the Noma Kyoto event, cooking kaiseki-inspired dishes

Classic Hong Kong restaurants Tung Po Kitchen (above) and Mido Cafe have reopened – a sign of Hong Kong’s recovering dining scene. Photo: Dickson Lee
Classic Hong Kong restaurants Tung Po Kitchen (above) and Mido Cafe have reopened – a sign of Hong Kong’s recovering dining scene. Photo: Dickson Lee
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