Theo Mistral at the InterContinental Grand Stanford is among the Hong Kong restaurants to have temporarily closed. Photo: Winson WongTheo Mistral at the InterContinental Grand Stanford is among the Hong Kong restaurants to have temporarily closed. Photo: Winson Wong
Theo Mistral at the InterContinental Grand Stanford is among the Hong Kong restaurants to have temporarily closed. Photo: Winson Wong

Coronavirus piles on misery for Hong Kong fine dining restaurants already hurting from months of anti-government protests

Causeway Bay’s John Anthony and Tsim Sha Tsui’s Theo Mistral have closed temporarily, empty hotels work on new dining concepts – and Hunter & the Chase, Bibo and Root Central have closed permanently

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic: All stories
Theo Mistral at the InterContinental Grand Stanford is among the Hong Kong restaurants to have temporarily closed. Photo: Winson WongTheo Mistral at the InterContinental Grand Stanford is among the Hong Kong restaurants to have temporarily closed. Photo: Winson Wong
Theo Mistral at the InterContinental Grand Stanford is among the Hong Kong restaurants to have temporarily closed. Photo: Winson Wong
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