Where to Try the All-New Impossible Burger 2.0 in Hong Kong

Impossible Foods have launched a new product that’s even better than the first, here’s where to find it!

There are a lot of problems with meat: it’s bad for you, it’s bad for the environment, and it’s not exactly great for the animals either. But there’s another problem with meat—it’s delicious. That’s where Impossible Foods comes in. Their product is supposed to mimic the taste of traditional animal protein so closely, it’ll win over even the most devout carnivore.

Impossible Foods recently launched their newest product, and people are loving it. The hotly anticipated Impossible Burger 2.0 brings an even juicier, meatier taste than before. It’s fully kosher, halal-certified, with no animal hormones, antibiotics or gluten. It provides the same amount of protein and iron as a comparable serving of cow ground beef, with none of ethical issues. And it’s super versatile! It can be cooked just like traditional beef and used in any recipe you can think of.

Read more: Hong Kong is Having a Plant-Based Moment

Impossible Foods plant-based meat is available in over 150 venues in Hong Kong and Macau, but we’ve selected a few of our favourites to try ASAP.

Read on to find out the five best places to try Impossible Foods today.

Nood Food

Nood Food upgraded to the new Impossible 2.0 burger in May, as part of their efforts to increase their sustainable, vegan offerings. For wellness fanatics, the Impossible 2.0 burger is the perfect indulgence, because it has all the protein from a traditional burger, with a fraction of the fat and salt. In fact, this new burger has 40 per cent less saturated fat than the original Impossible Burger! The completely vegan burger is served on a whole wheat bun with fresh tomatoes, romaine lettuce, pickles, coleslaw and tofu mayonnaise.

Nood Food
3-19 Wing Fung Street, Starstreet Precinct, Wan Chai; +852 2298 5310
www.allnood.com

Nood Food
32 Hollywood Road, Central; +852 8199 8189
www.allnood.com

COBO House

COBO House is taking the Impossible 2.0 Burger to the next level on a homemade poppy seed bun, topped with caramelised onions and served with crispy potato wedges. Eat well and ethically in the beautiful bohemian space, where food and art mingle, and the Impossible Burger is impossibly delicious.

COBO House
G/F, 1-12 South Lane Sai Wan, Shek Tong Tsui; +852 2656 3088
www.cobohouse.com

Read more: Posto Pubblico Launches New Veggie Menu

Posto Pubblico

This red sauce favourite is the place to go in Hong Kong for some heart-warming Italian dishes. Just last month they launched a mouth-watering plant-based menu, with a range of vegan and vegetarian dishes. Our favourite new dish is the Impossible Balls, which substitute Impossible Foods’ meat-alternative for traditional veal. Just like Nonna used to make, but a little better.

Posto Pubblico
28 Elgin Street, SoHo, Central; +852 2577 7160
www.postopubblico.com

Beef & Liberty

If you’re craving all the juicy flavours of meat (not just beef), then Beef & Liberty is where you need to be. The Impossible Chorizo burger is just what the doctor ordered to scratch that carnivorous itch. They spice up Impossible meat with chorizo flavours and top it with all the indulgences: guacamole, vegan cheddar, pickled jalapeños and more. It’s part of their moreish Leaves & Liberty plant-based menu, and you should absolutely pair it with a side of Impossible Chilli Cheese Fries to complete the decadence.

Beef & Liberty
3/F California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Central; +852 2450 5778
www.beef-liberty.com/hk

PDT

One of Hong Kong’s favourite speakeasies has another secret up it’s sleeve: Impossible Burger. The sleek cocktail bar serves up one of the best plant-based burgers in town, perfect for those indulgent evening cravings. Tuck into the PDT Cheese Burger, topped with all the fixings and a side of waffle fries, or split their PDT Sliders with a friend. Either way, you’ll be glad you did.

PDT
15 Queen’s Road Central, Central; +852 2132 0110
www.mandarinoriental.com
  

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