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 sustainable 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. For Part 2, click here):

Lobster Bar and Grill

With live music six nights a week, guests can relax with a well-crafted tipple or two and enjoy this classy eatery‘s famous seafood dishes. For those who are not fond of seafood, their grill is just as outstanding and well received.Image title

6/F, Island Shangri-La Hong Kong, Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Admiralty, 2820 8560

Restaurant Petrus

On the 56th floor of Island Shangri-La hotel, Petrus boasts breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour and top-class French cuisine, plus a massive wine collection. Image title

56/F, Island Shangri-La Hong Kong, Pacific Place, Supreme Court Riad, Admiralty, 2820 8590

Shang Palace

Two-Michelin-starred Shang Palace serves Cantonese cuisine in an elegant, Chinese-inspired environment.Image title

Lower Level, Kowloon Shangri-La, 64 Mody Road, TST East, 2733 8754

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Also located at the Kowloon Shangri-La, Angelini presents refined Italian cuisine alongside panoramic views of Victoria Harbour.Image title

M/F, Kowloon Shangri-La, 64 Mody Road, TST East, 2733 8750

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Le Bistro Winebeast 

This modern bistro serves French-Spanish cuisine under Chef Johan Ducroquet, where diners can order bottles at Winebeast‘s retail prices.Image title

141 Thomson Road, Wanchai, 2782 6689

A.O.C eat & drink

With experience in Michelin-starred restaurants in Europe, Chef Stéphane Guillas has created a menu of small bites and larger seasonal sharing plates to pair with Winebeast‘s exceptional wines, making A.O.C a great place for happy hour. Image title

15 McGregor Street, Wanchai, 2479 6833

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.

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