Where to Find the Impossible in Hong Kong and Macau

Where to Find the Impossible in Hong Kong and Macau

It’s not just burgers anymore! Your latest where-to guide on getting the Impossible Burger and its variations in HK and Macau

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Foodie  Foodie  on 31 May '18

Hong Kong’s newest vegan-burger craze, Impossible Burger launched here in May 2018. If you haven’t already heard, this isn’t your standard veggie patty, but a realistic twin to our beloved beef burger. Made 100% with plants, it’s been engineered by a team of scientists, using about 74% less water and 87% fewer greenhouse gases and needing 95% less land to create.

Related: What is Impossible? Is it clean meat?

EDIT, JANUARY 2019: The gluten-free Impossible Burger 2.0 has just been released at the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas. Reviews are very good, and the 2.0 is made from soy protein instead of wheat. Hong Kong should be getting the new recipe by mid-March 2019.

We’re proud to say that Hong Kong is the first city outside the US that’s got a taste of the Impossible Burger. Here’s a list of the places that serve the Impossible patty in HK – gobble them up before other countries catch up!

Related: Where to find Omnipork in HK

Beef & Liberty

Beef & Liberty X Impossible

Beef & Liberty is offering the Impossible Thai Burger ($137). Expect punchy flavours of chilli, coriander, mint, basil, spring onion, soy mayonnaise, crispy shallots and garlic. Pair it with an order of Impossible Chilli Fries ($62) – you can’t go wrong with fries, vegan Cheddar, sour cream and minced Impossible beef! If you order via Deliveroo, the Impossible Black Pepper Burger ($148) and Impossible Chorizo Burger ($148) can also be yours for the chomping.

Central: 3/F, California Tower, 30–32 D’Aguilar Street, LKF, 2450 5778

Stanley: Shop G04, G/F, Stanley Plaza, 23 Carmel Road, 2563 2798

HK International Airport: Unit 7E138, Departures East Hall, Terminal 1, HKIA, Lantau, 2152 1966

Little Baolittle bao

Adding to their hip bao burgers and crispy ice-cream bao, May Chow’s Little Bao is serving the Impossible Bao ($118), pairing the Impossible patty with the eatery’s well-known steamed buns, black-pepper teriyaki sauce, salted-lemon kombu salad and fermented-tofu sauce... and it’s SO GOOD.

For a limited time only: Get a Szechuan Pineapple IMPOSSIBLE Bao & Hennessy VSOP Sunset Lime Cocktail combo for $148. Until Jan 31st 2019 - Facebook post here

66 Staunton Street, SoHo, Central, 2194 0202

Happy Paradise

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Little Bao’s sister restaurant, Happy Paradise is all about Chinese food reimagined. The creatively designed space is presenting a fun twist on the Impossible patty with its Impossible Xinjiang Hot Pocket ($88), seasoned with pickled daikon and Xinjiang spices.

UG/F, 52–56 Staunton Street, SoHo, Central, 2816 2118


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Hotel ICON is the first hotel in Hong Kong to serve up the Impossible Burger. Using classic ingredients such as onion and pickle in a vegetarian bun, the ICON Impossible Burger ($140) is flavoured with a special sauce and served along with sweet-potato fries at café-brasserie GREEN. Make it your own by adding additional ingredients such as fried egg, avocado and smoked Gouda.

Lobby, Hotel ICON, 17 Science Museum Road, TST East, 3400 1000

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nood food

Image titleYes, the launch of Impossible at nood food means that you can grab a Impossible nood Burger ($128) and indulge in some wholesome Impossible chilli with garlic bread ($128) without feeling the guilt after your workout at PURE!

2/F, Kinwick Centre, 32 Hollywood Road, SOHO, Central, 8199 8189


Cali Mex X Impossible

Continuing their commitment to being a green-takeaway pioneer, Cali-Mex is now offering Impossible options for their tacos, burritos, quesadillas, nachos, salads, enchiladas and Mexican lasagne (+$20) at all of their Cali-Mex locations. This is in addition to their sustainably sourced seafood options and use of only stainless-steel straws.

Related: Chef Nate Green is serving up an Impossible burger at Cali-Mex Bar and Grill locations

Available at Lan Kwai Fong, Sai Ying Pun and TST branches – click here for addresses

Grand Café & The Grill, Grand Hyatt

Grand Hyatt X Impossible

Impossible has joined the Grand Hyatt at two of its dining outlets. At The Grill, the Impossible Burger is served in traditional style in the Impossible vegan meat and cheeseburger ($210), whilst at Grand Café it is served as a vegan meat cheeseburger ($240).

Book online:

Grand Café

The Grill

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Wanchai, 2588 1234


Alto X Impossible

At ALTO, Chef Mike Boyle gives classic Cuban picadillo an Impossible twist, serving Impossible beef and spinach picadillo in a butter-lettuce cup ($128). That’s right, plant-based meat at a steak restaurant.

31/F, V Point, 18 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay, 2603 7181

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Bizou X Impossible

Chef Todd Williams gets creative with an American classic at BIZOU, turning Impossible meat into a chilli topped with Cheddar cheese and sour cream ($108) – dairy alert – and it’s also available as a burger.

Shop 132, 1/F, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway Admiralty, 2871 0775

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Dear Lilly

Dear Lilly X Impossible

Enjoy Impossible with a view! Dear Lilly has an Impossible burger on the menu and is also serving Impossible Bites made with Impossible meat, curried quinoa, baby asparagus and beetroot purée ($108).

Shop 4010, 4/F, ifc mall, 8 Finance Street, Central, 2771 6060

Mama San

Mama San X Impossible

At Indonesian-style restaurant and bar Mama San, Chef Budiana adds an Asian touch to the Impossible by incorporating it into dendeng balado ($198), caramelising the plant-based meat and topping it with pounded chilli, kaffir lime and lemon basil.

1/F, 46 Wyndham Street, Central, 2881 8901

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Urban Bakery Works

Urban Bakery Works X Impossible

Created by renowned TV chef Hilda Leung, Urban Bakery Works at LANDMARK is the first bakery-café in Asia serving up the Impossible plant-based meat croissant they have dubbed the croissandwich ($88), accompanied by homemade sriracha, corn salad and rocket. A mini combo set ($68) is available between 3–6pm, perfect for the curious to try with a friend.

Shop 322, 3/F, LANDMARK ATRIUM, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, 3565 4320

Ladies Recreation Club (LRC)

Whilst it’s not open to the general public, if you score an invitation to private recreation club LRC, you must dine at Lotus Bistro & Verandah. The first private club to offer Impossible meat, they have the Impossible burger, dumplings, meatballs and Thai larb on the menu.

We've heard unconfirmed reports that Impossible has made it's way to the Hong Kong Cricket Club and the American Club menus too! Can anyone verify..?

10 Old Peak Road, Mid-Levels, 3199 3500

Plat du Jour

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Both the Pacific Place and Quarry Bay outlets of charming French bistro Plat du Jour are offering a decadent Impossible Burger ($195) with caramelised onion, mushroom fricassee, tomato, Gruyère cheese, truffle mayonnaise and classic frites on the side.

Admiralty: Shop 007, LG1/F, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, 2715 0511

Quarry Bay: 17–21 Hoi Wan Street, Taikoo Place, 2789 4200


In addition to offering a tempting Beyond Burger option, Porterhouse is putting its money where its mouth is in the vegan burger stakes, also serving up an Impossible Burger ($168; available as part of set lunch – $248 for 2 courses; $288 for 3 courses) with smoked aubergine, dairy-free cheese, lettuce, tomato, smoked paprika and roasted corn mayo on a quinoa bun. We love the two options so much, we’d considering ordering both.

7/F, California Tower, 30–32 D’Aguilar Street, LKF, Central, 2522 6366

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Roomsbar at Emperor Cinemas

Roomsbar Central

Perhaps the best value Impossible Burger you will find at $90 is at Emperor Cinemas in Entertainment Building in Central. Be warned though, they serve it will a tremendous amount of relish and mustard, and you will be wearing it if you try to eat it during the movie. (We highly recommend the Nachos here though! - Naked $65)

Chilli Fagara

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Our favourite Sichuan eatery in SoHo Chilli Fagara has added some fiery meat-free options to the menu. Experience tongue-numbing dishes like Impossible sizzling platter of eggplant in sour chilli-garlic sauce ($148), Impossible ma po tofu ($128), Impossible dumplings with house-made garlic-infused chilli sauce ($128) and Impossible Sichuan-style string beans ($138).

7 Old Bailey Street, SoHo, Central, 2796 6866/2796 6766

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Confusion KitchenPhoto credit: Confusion

The Asian- and Middle Eastern-influenced menu at Confusion rotates depending on the availability and freshness of the ingredients. Impossible appears regularly in the eatery’s much-requested gyoza with Sichuan dipping sauce ($80 for 6). Confusion is also working with JUST to put vegan eggs on the menu and serves the Beyond Burger on a rye sourdough bun.

103 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan, 2563 3699


PDT Impossible Burger, Mandarin HK

After a number of pop-ups, Please Don’t Tell finally settled at the Landmark Mandarin Oriental as one of our December 2017 new openings. The menu is curated by Chef Richard Ekkebus, so you won’t be finding everyday burgers here. The PDT cheeseburger ($328) comes with a hefty price tag and is served with waffle fries.

Mezzanine, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, LANDMARK, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, 2132 0110



OVOCAFÉ is now serving an Impossible burger ($128) two ways: with nachos and sour cream or the vegan-friendly version with mixed salad.

1 Wan Chai Road, Wanchai, 2527 6011

Namo Avant Thai

Namo Avant Thai

If it’s Thai food you’re craving, Namo Avant Thai in TST East is a good bet, now offering three Impossible-based dishes on its contemporary Thai menu. These include The Impossible Meat Lollipop in Panang curry dip ($98), The Impossible Mini Burger with fries and salad ($138) and The Impossible Meatball with red or green curry ($148).

Shop G18, G/F, Empire Centre, 68 Mody Road, TST East, 2739 1133



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When in Macau and craving some Mexican, drop by CHA BEI for The Impossible Tex-Mex Tacos (MOP108) – or indulge in The Impossible 853 Burger (MOP158),a Macanese twist on the original Impossible Burger. This burger patty is marinated in pepper and piri-piri mayo and comes on a brioche bun. It sounds just as scrumptious as the original beloved Impossible Burger.

Shop 1047, 1/F, Galaxy Macau, Cotai, Macau, +853 8883 2221

The Apron

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At The Apron, you can indulge in the bold flavours of Mediterranean and Mexican dishes but still keep it healthy and meat free with the Impossible chipotle croquettes (MOP98)­­ and Impossible vegetable millefeuille (MOP128).

Shop G108, G/F, Galaxy Macau, Cotai, Macau, +853 8883 2221

The Noodle Kitchen

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Although there’s been an influx of Impossible dishes to Macau, it’s still hard to find an Impossible dish that sticks to our Chinese roots – until the arrival of The Noodle Kitchen, that is. The Impossible seared meat buns (MOP98) are stuffed with mushroom and cabbage and injected with mushroom stock for a burst of umami goodness in your mouth. The Impossible tossed noodles with spiced eggplant (MOP128) are also a winner, combing Impossible meat with the eatery’s signature freshly hand-pulled noodles, topped with spicy aubergine sauce.

Shop G084, G/F, Galaxy Macau, Cotai, Macau, +853 8883 2221

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