Where to Get Omnipork (新豬肉) in Hong Kong

Where to Get Omnipork (新豬肉) in Hong Kong

Green Monday’s latest venture is designed not to imitate pork but to surpass it

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Move over, Beyond and Impossible burgers – the newest, trendiest meat alternative now is Right Treat Omnipork, launched by local plant-based pioneer Green Monday.

Omnipork will launch its retail pack by the end of 2018 (targeting November), so for now you can enjoy Omnipork at participating restaurants. Once the pack is released, we will get a complete look at the ingredients, but all we know now is that it is made from plant-based proteins including peas, non-GMO soy, shiitake mushrooms and rice.

Here’s where you can get a taste of this game-changing faux meat option in Hong Kong:

Kind Kitchen by Green Common

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If you’re looking to find the most affordable and diverse range of Omnipork dishes (all under $100) out there, Kind Kitchen is the place to be. Highlights include Kind Gyoza ($59) vegan Japanese dumplings, Omnipork Tan Tan Noodle ($98) for chilli lovers, a Bahn Mi($88), and the Amazing Omnipork Ball ($58), deep-fried and topped with tomato sauce.

Shop 1, 1/F, Nan Fung Place, 173 Des Voeux Road Central, Central, 2110 0055

Ming Court

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Photo credit: Cordis, Hong Kong

This summer, Michelin-starred Ming Court at Cordis has launched its partnership with Green Monday and now serves Omnipork. Executive Chef Li Yuet Faat has incorporated the plant-based meat into traditional Guangdong-style dishes.

Ming Court Omnipork Menu

6/F, Cordis, Hong Kong, 555 Shanghai Street, Mongkok, 3552 3300, click here to book now

The Royal Garden

Two of this TST hotel’s restaurants are now collaborating with Green Monday to get in on the Omnipork action, utilising the versatility of this incredible mock meat:

The Royal Garden Chinese Restaurant

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Executive Chef Chef Ho Wai-sing has introduced braised vegetable marrow stuffed with Omnipork and mushroom ($168) and sweet-and-sour Omnipork ($138), healthy and eco-conscious twists to these popular local dishes.

Le Soleil

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This elegant Vietnamese restaurant features only one Omnipork dish on the menu, but
it’s a flavour-packed stunner: stir-fried minced Omnipork with herbs served with lettuce ($108).

69 Mody Road, TST East, 2721 5215

King of Sheng Jian (正宗上海生煎皇)

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Famous for its Shanghainese buns, Hong Kong chain of restaurants King of Sheng Jian is now serving the vegetarian Omnipork versions of pan-fried pork buns (新豬肉生煎包) and dan dan noodles! Great news for lovers of these iconic dishes.

41 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay

10 Dai Ming Lane, Tai Po Market, Tai Po

72 Soy Street, Mongkok

100 Fuk Wing Street, Sham Shui Po

Food Expression

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Chef Yvonne Lam of Food Expression is serving Omnipork at the Kowloon and Central branches of this Asian fusion eatery. Try the lunch set of steamed Omnipork patty Canton style with rice and choi sum ($55), available Monday–Friday from 11:30am till 2:30pm. Food Expression also has a $10-off special for all vegetarian main dishes on Mondays.

Central: Shop HOK70, 1/F, Hong Kong Station, 2898 3233

Kowloon Bay: 1/F, Enterprise Square Three, 39 Wang Chiu Road, 2662 1488

Related: Have you seen what they are doing with Impossible meat?

Man Ho Chinese Restaurant

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Photo credit: JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong

Man Ho Restaurant at JW Marriott offers limited-time Omnipork dishes (available until 31 July 2018) prepared by Executive Chinese Chef Jayson Tang. Experience vegetarian renditions of classic Chinese dishes including sweet-and-sour Omnipork, xiao long bao and more.

Update: Man Ho no longer serves Omnipork. Let them know if you’d like to see it again!

3/F, JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, 2810 8366

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