Do you know where your seafood comes from? How and where was it caught? Is it pollution free? Were bad labour practices used to capture or cultivate these products? With the growth in organic food, transparency of supply chains and the knowledge that Asia’s waters are some of the most diverse in the world, but also under some of the biggest stress from overfishing and pollution, Foodie is excited to partner with Ocean Recovery Alliance to bring the second Kin Hong Seafood Festival to life in Hong Kong this September 2017. Kin hong means “healthy” in Chinese and represents both healthy fish and healthy methods of catching or cultivation.
Read more: Sustainable Seafood Month Needs Your Support
The aim of the festival is to raise public awareness about eating responsibly sourced seafood, asking questions about where the seafood comes from and letting the community know that they can make a positive difference for our oceans by choosing dishes that are healthy for them and the environment.
We hope that you can be part of this exciting event – join us to enjoy the food from some of the nearly 100 restaurants, hotels, caterers and outlets involved who are all proud to be part of this new trend in food awareness that benefits all of us along the way. Some of the participating venues include (if you missed Part 1 of the list, click here):
Cull ‘N Pistol, named after lobsters that have one or both claws missing, brings you a rustic seafood experience, combined with fantastic service and a refreshing waterside ambience.
The dining experience is inspired by New England’s storied seafood traditions and aims to bring an East Coast American twist to the food creations. The menu features timeless ocean sweet classics that are cooked with a home-style flair that allow for communal enjoyment of unpretentious and comforting food.
Shop GA1-3, G/F, Site A, 55 Tai Hong Street, Lei King Wan 2513 0199
Mirage, located in the Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel, will serve sustainable seafood alongside its popular cocktails by the in-house mixologist against views of Victoria Harbour.
1/F, Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel, 1 Harbour Road, Wanchai, 2802 8888/2584 6983
Feast, EAST hotel‘s spacious café, serves both Asian and Western cuisine with the philosophy “simple things done well”.
1/F, EAST, 29 Taikoo Sing Road, Tai Koo, 3968 3777
It shouldn‘t be much of a challenge to guess what Fishsteria serves. With two floors in the heart of Wanchai, Fishsteria offers quality seafood in a creative space inspired by Italian fishing villages.
G/F and 1/F, 111 Queen’s Road East, Wanchai, 2348 8111
Plat du Jour (2 locations)
Plat du Jour presents authentic French cuisine in an elegant setting, with a spacious bar, indoor terrace, main dining area and deli counter.
Shop 007, LG1/F, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, 2715 0511
17–21 Hoi Wan Street, Quarry Bay, 2789 4200
Recently reopened after a renovation, Grand Café at the Grand Hyatt offers à la carte and buffet menus, serving international dishes under Chef Marc Briol.
The Grill, also located at the Grand Hyatt, provides al fresco dining, serving grilled dishes beside the hotel‘s outdoor pool.
11/F, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Wanchai, 2584 7722
The Grand Hyatt‘s steakhouse will be serving up sustainable seafood alongside its popular steaks and wines in stylish surrounds.
Named for the sound that deer make when they call their mates for a meal, Kaetsu offers traditional Japanese cuisine, showcasing its own teppanyaki corner.
One Harbour Road serves Cantonese cuisine in an environment made to resemble an elegant mansion in Shanghai during the 30s against a Victoria Harbour backdrop.
Grissini serves authentic Italian cuisine with a contemporary interior design reminiscent of a classy New York restaurant.
2/F, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Wanchai, 2584 7722
Images are only for reference and do not represent dishes that will be featured at the event. Please contact the restaurants about the sustainable seafood dishes offered.