Hong Kong restaurant Mott 32 has introduced plant-based menus – one of the key trends to emerge from a difficult year for the dining scene locally and globally. Photo: Maximal Concepts
Hong Kong restaurant Mott 32 has introduced plant-based menus – one of the key trends to emerge from a difficult year for the dining scene locally and globally. Photo: Maximal Concepts

6 dining trends for 2021: with Covid-19 come more restaurant delivery services and Zoom cooking classes, plus a focus on green and healthy eating with plant-based Impossible and Beyond Meat

In Hong Kong, Mott 32 launched a plant-based menu, Michelin-starred Tate Dining Room opened a lifestyle store and Coa sources artisanal tequilas and mescals – but mocktails are getting more popular, too

Hong Kong restaurant Mott 32 has introduced plant-based menus – one of the key trends to emerge from a difficult year for the dining scene locally and globally. Photo: Maximal Concepts
Hong Kong restaurant Mott 32 has introduced plant-based menus – one of the key trends to emerge from a difficult year for the dining scene locally and globally. Photo: Maximal Concepts
READ FULL ARTICLE