Tong Chong Street Market Returns for Two Weekends this Month

Tong Chong Street Market Returns for Two Weekends this Month

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40 vendors serving food from all over the globe made with locally sourced ingredients



Tasty fare? We have long been accustomed to delicious pampering.

Exotic food? Few are more gifted than us in the art of scoping out the most interesting food.

Locally sourced ingredients? OK, we're listening.

Sustainable and encouraging zero waste? Sold – sign us up.


Back by popular demand, Tong Chong Street Market is returning to Taikoo Place on 22–23 and 29–30 April 2017, offering authentic street food from all around the world prepared with locally sourced ingredients, featuring dishes exclusive to this event. Brandishing the theme of Let Your Tastebuds Travel, the market will see over 40 vendors serving global delicacies. Highlights include Kitute's Brazil dishing up Brazilian fare such as coxinha (chicken croquettes) and pão de queijo (cheese bread), The Meepok Club serving Singapore classic noodles alongside their homemade signature chilli sauce and Hui Kee, providing Hong Kong–style fish balls using certified sustainable fish. Other vendors making an appearance include Okra, Sugar Daddy & Sons, Tandoori Bro and Cô Thành.


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The Meepok Club – dry laksa


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Hui Kee – eco fish balls


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Cô Thành – banh mi


In line with its sustainability ethos, market-goers are also encouraged to bring their own containers and bags or purchase some of the earth-conscious tableware available at the Sustainability Corner of the market.


Tong Chong Street Market is a collaborative project between Swire Properties and Honestly Green, a local social enterprise that aims to connect sustainable, ethical and innovative food producers with the Hong Kong public.


When: 22–23, 29–30 April 2017

Time: 11am–5pm

Where: Tong Chong Street, Taikoo Place, Quarry Bay




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