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. 

This year, six restaurants at Hong Kong Disneyland will be joining around 100 other restaurants, hotels, caterers and outlets around Hong Kong to offer sustainable seafood dishes in September.

Studio Lounge

Unwind like Hollywood royalty

Relax with a cocktail while enjoying the sophisticated art deco decor, gorgeous garden views and a tasty snack or dinner. In addition to a full bar serving beer, wine, speciality cocktails, mocktails, soft drinks, coffee and tea, Studio Lounge offers a wide-ranging menu of appetisers and entrées, including Cantonese wonton noodle soup, succulent Hainanese chicken rice, nasi goreng, rich pastas, sizzling rib-eye steaks, juicy cheeseburgers and made-to-order pizza.Image title

Disney’s Hollywood Hotel, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, Lantau Island, 3510 5000***

World of Color Restaurant

A taste of world cuisines

Discover the tastes of the New and Old World, with textures and flavours from across the seas, islands and continents. World of Color serves up freshly baked bread for breakfast, lunch and dinner alongside pizzas, soups, salads, light Western cuisine such as pastas, healthy grilled meat and seafood dishes and a variety of vegetarian dishes. The Asian cuisine showcases some popular curry dishes, with a focus on lighter Asian cuisine, including Thai dishes and other local favourites, all freshly cooked from the open kitchen.Image title

Disney Explorers Lodge, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, Lantau Island, 3510 2000*

Dragon Wind

Taste the wisdom of ancient imperial China

At Dragon Wind, experience the flavours of rural and classical provincial China reflecting the “five elements” of cooking in the restaurant‘s kitchen layout. Chefs at various cooking stations use the freshest seasonal ingredients from Hong Kong and China, balanced with flavourful herbs and spices. The dishes are carefully prepared by a professional and dedicated team utilising a combination of ancient knowledge and new techniques. Image title

Steamed oasis giant garoupa fillet with egg white and Shaoxing wine

Disney Explorers Lodge, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, Lantau Island, 3510 2000*

Crystal Lotus

Taste the five elements of Chinese cuisine

Tour the four major culinary regions of China – Sichuan, Beijing, Shanghai and Guangdong – at this award-winning restaurant. This rich legacy of epicurean excellence blossoms into unforgettable premium dishes featuring top-quality seafood, poultry and barbecued specialities. Try the seasonal chef’s recommendations for the freshest and most arresting flavours. Crystal Lotus‘ signature dishes include wok-fried shrimp and Disney root vegetables, Tasmanian crab and pumpkin stuffed in whole crab shell and double-boiled sea whelk and stuffed whole dried scallops in Mickey winter melon soup. The delicious and visually stunning twin fish dumplings in lotus pond dish – which must be ordered at least 48 hours in advance – won the prestigious Gold with Distinction Award in the Dim Sum category at the Hong Kong Tourism Board’s Best of the Best Culinary Awards.Image title

Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, Lantau Island, 3510 6000**

Walt‘s Cafe

Timeless culinary classics for today’s tastes

Lunch highlights at Walt‘s Cafe include the savoury Wagyu beef burger, tasty Indonesian nasi goreng, Korean stewed beef short ribs and the delectable Walt’s Table buffet. Dinner features hearty grilled sirloin steak with seasonal vegetables, roasted Australian rack of lamb, egg linguine with slow-cooked veal fillet, tempting Bombay butter chicken, grilled Boston lobster and the refreshing Walt’s Garden salad bar. Start off Saturdays or Sundays right with the eatery‘s outstanding weekend breakfast and lunch. Sample the continental buffet or order one of Walt‘s specialities – buttery pan-fried miso cod with lemon dill beurre blanc. And don’t forget to try the signature hot chocolate! A halal menu is available upon request. For a fascinating piece of history, be sure to check out the over 60 vintage photographs of Walt Disney adorning the restaurant‘s walls.Image title

Miso cod with lemon dill beurre lanc

Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, Lantau Island, 3510 6000**

Main Street Corner Cafe Hosted by Coca-Cola®

Classic flavours enhanced with Coca-Cola®

Enjoy down-home cooking featuring favourite American and Chinese comfort foods. Open for lunch and dinner, Main Street Corner Cafe features a tasty menu that includes sandwiches, American-style entrées, Italian pastas, salads, soups and Western desserts.The restaurant has good times cornered with perennially pleasing options like Cobb salad, tomato soup, cream of wild mushroom soup, Wagyu beef burger, New York Reuben sandwich, baby-back pork ribs, roasted chicken, vegetable lasagne and pesto penne with meatballs. Main Street Corner Cafe offers two great set menus that allow diners to savour the full dining experience: the Western set menu and the Flavours of Asia set menu.Image title

Mediterranean seafood spaghetti with crustacean sauce

Main Street USA, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, Lantau Island, 3550 3388**/***

Advance reservations are strongly recommended and can be made up to 42 days prior to your visit – or 120 days prior to your arrival date if you are staying at either Disney Explorers Lodge*, Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel** or Disney’s Hollywood Hotel***.

Images are only for reference. Please contact the restaurants about the sustainable seafood dishes offered.

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