Taste of Hong Kong Returns for Fourth Year

Calling all foodies—Taste of Hong Kong is back!

The most talked about food festival of the year returns to Central Harbourfront next month. That’s right, it’s Taste of Hong Kong, and this time it’s bigger, fresher and even more exciting than ever before.

For it’s fourth edition, Taste of Hong Kong is bringing in a mostly new line-up of the city’s most exciting restaurants. So, if you’ve got a gourmet palate on a less-than-Michelin budget, make sure to keep 21 – 24 March free to sample all the best bites.
 
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What to Expect
If you’ve never been to Taste of Hong Kong presented by HSBC – Where Hong Kong’s Food Lovers Feast before, it can be a bit daunting. It’s essentially a playground for chefs and foodies, so come with an open mind and a lot of cash. Dishes start at HK$50, and each restaurant will offer a choice of four options. They’ll usually offer up some of their tried-and-true classics, which is a great chance to sample some iconic dishes! Put perhaps more excitingly, they will also feature at least one Taste Festival Exclusive and one limited edition ‘Icon Dish’, which will be announced closer to the festival.

Read more: 5 Reasons We Love Taste of Hong Kong 2018 

 
What’s Cooking
The line-up this year is looking good! Taste of Hong Kong has pulled in the city’s newest restaurants, like eco-conscious John Anthony, Jiangnan-favourite Old Bailey, Nordic experts Flyng Elk and traditional Greek spot Artemis and Apollo. Some tried-and-true favourites are also participating, like Hoi King Heen (modern Cantonese), bia hoi-inspired Chôm Chôm (bia hoi-inspired Vietnamese), Francis (Middle Eastern), Haku (modern Japanese), Pici (rustic pastas) and Zuma (Izakaya-styled). For something really different, keep an eye out for Sausage Commitment by Okra, a passion project dedicated to the beauty of fat, smoke, patience and meat.

Read more: Hong Kong’s Most Iconic Dishes and Where to Get Them 
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What to Do
You might be surprised to here that there’s more to Taste of Hong Kong than just eating. There’s also drinking! And live tutorials, even DJs. London’s Miller Harris bar will make its Asian debut serving cocktails that complement their luxe fragrance range. They’ll be doing mini giveaways every day of the festival, and a few big prizes as well. Stella Artois, this year’s beer partner, are hosting their famous World Draught Master Competition on Friday evening, and Nespresso is giving away a free cup of steaming coffee at the Nespresso Coffee Experience. You can head to The Wolf Theatre to watch famous chefs show off their techniques (and try and win a HK$5,000 toaster – keep an eye on @tasteofhongkong for more details). And you can work up an appetite dancing to the city’s best bands and DJs at The Sound State by The Golden Duck Co, the full line up should be released soon. 
 
Taste of Hong Kong presented by HSBC – Where Hong Kong’s Food Lovers Feast is happening 21 – 24 March, 2019 at the Central Harbourfront. Early bird tickets are on sale through 18 February through Ticketflap. For ticketing details and more information visit hongkong.tastefestivals.com
 
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