Ask anyone who has been to Hong Kong why they love it and they’re likely to tell you that it’s because of the food that’s available there. Which is why more and more Hong Kong eateries probably so the potential in our market and started opening branches here.
The first wave of the Hong Kong invasion came in 2016. It seemed that year that a Hong Kong eatery was opening at every corner.
This year, round two of the invasion seems to be happening.
On March 26, Mui Kee Congee opens its doors at Shaw Centre (#01-12), and later this year, popular cha chan teng Tsui Wah will open its first outlet in Southeast Asia. The latter is slated to open later this year, at Clarke Quay.
While we anticipate the arrivals of these iconic eateries, here is a reminder of some that are already here.
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Text: Yeoh Wee Teck / The Straits Times / March 2018
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