Gary Tse, who opened Cofflow in Sham Shui Po, is one of many entrepreneurs who have tried to make the pandemic work for them. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Gary Tse, who opened Cofflow in Sham Shui Po, is one of many entrepreneurs who have tried to make the pandemic work for them. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Coronavirus shakes up Hong Kong restaurant scene, with new players opening cafes, veterans chasing lower rents in residential areas

  • As Hong Kong’s tourist spots go quiet, new eateries sprout in older districts, far-flung areas
  • Entrepreneurs brave uncertainties, open 2,700 new restaurants as pandemic drives rents down

Gary Tse, who opened Cofflow in Sham Shui Po, is one of many entrepreneurs who have tried to make the pandemic work for them. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Gary Tse, who opened Cofflow in Sham Shui Po, is one of many entrepreneurs who have tried to make the pandemic work for them. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
READ FULL ARTICLE