We've got a location and date set for our next Foodie Market, so mark your calendars for Sunday, 4 September from 11am to 7pm at hmv Bar & Restaurant in Causeway Bay. Entry is free, to include a variety of interactive workshops.
For more info on other vendors at the market, check out What to Expect at Foodie Market 2016: Part I.
In no particular order, here's Part II of our participating vendors at the market:
Catch Juicery will be offering their organic, delicious cold-pressed juices, lip-smacking smoothies and delicious raw foods, while their sister company Catch Grocery will have a selection of their organic fruits and vegetables to stock up on. Come ready with your tote bags.
Known for their fiery Sichuan dishes, Chilli Fagara have now introduced a line of condiments, seasonings and snacks based on their best-selling dishes, so you can recreate your own spicy meals at home. From their mouth-numbing chilli powders to their unforgettable gourmet nut and popcorn snacks, each product is made by hand using the best and freshest ingredients without preservatives or MSG.
In the quest for the perfect cookie, Cookieboy believe they have created the perfect recipe, just like Grandma used to make, only better. Offering flavours like chocolate chunk, double chocolate chunk, peanut butter, macadamia white chocolate and oatmeal raisin, as well as seasonal tastes like matcha and apple pie, you'll have to visit the stall prepared with a separate stomach reserved for cookies.
For the all-American po' boy experience, look no further than the Dutch Harbor Crab stall. Owner of DH Crab restaurant, Jeff Ronan, developed his signature King Crab po-boy while he was working as a chef at the Dutch Harbor in Alaska. Think fresh chilled King Crab on fresh baked east coast style hotdog buns. Now with his own restaurant in Quarry Bay, he dishes out Maine lobster rolls, king crab po’ boys, shrimp sarnies and curry crab bisque on his regular menu and will be serving some salivating po' boys at the market.
The first online butchery in Hong Kong, La Boucherie sells hormone-free and humanely treated meat, 100% from farm to fork produce from France. Their objective is simple: to offer high-quality French meat at affordable prices. Choose amongst pork, beef and poultry.
Changing the way in which Hong Kongers order food delivery, NOSH aims to help city dwellers to 'eat better, live better' by filling their kitchens with gourmet, health-conscious takeaway meals and utilising eco-friendly packaging. Get your paws on their grass-fed steak, Greek marinated chicken and seared Pacific tuna.
Hong Kong's first locally made fresh yoghurt company, Sour Times make luscious, nutritious, fresh and creamy yoghurt by hand. They slowly culture the beneficial bacteria contained in the finished product and don’t add anything that interferes with the basic goodness of yoghurt – no stabilisers, thickeners or preservatives.
Selling all-natural handcrafted nut butter, The Nutter is Australian owned and makes locally handcrafted butter for the perfect healthy and delicious snack. If you're looking to stock up on your spreads, look out for their peanut butter with dark chocolate and mixed nut varieties.
Bib N Hops is the newest player in the ever-growing Korean dining scene in Hong Kong, specializing in high quality Korean street-style food paired with Korean beer and soju-based cocktails. So kool, so kool.
Belgium is known the world over for producing delicious beers and now in Hong Kong you can taste the famed Belgian amber nectars. Bel Boy Express offers a full range of discovery packs, gift sets, mini kegs in lagers, ales, fruit and honey flavoured beers in a range of volumes from six packs to 26 packs to cater to your size, and taste, requirements.
This lovely company takes chocolate all the way from bean to bar specialising in bringing real chocolate direct from the chocolate makers to the people of Hong Kong. Experts in organising workshops, tastings and pairings that revolve around everyone’s favourite sweet treat, join Chocolate Club to get your taste buds more intimately acquainted with the best real chocolate you’ll ever taste.
This company is founded by a group of food enthusiasts who have come together to curate a range of high-quality gourmet products for Hong Kongers devouring pleasure. The finest products from around the world can be found here from Belgian chocolate and New Zealand honey to Spanish hams and French wines and cheeses, if you want the best from around the globe, Peacock Fine Foods is the place to find it.
Ferrarini has always been dedicated to the symbols of Made in Italy: Cooked ham, Parma ham, Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, the distinguished traditional Balsamic Vinegard and wines traditionally found in Emilia Romagna, such as Lambrusco. Tasting Ferrarini's products allows you to share with us the Italian passion for food and quality.
Fresh fish daily mixed up with nourishing ingredients to make delicious bowls of Hawaiian poké, what more could you ask for in a delicious and quick meal? All this in a cool urban setting where friendliness and fun abound. You’ll find yourself a frequent visitor of Pololi after sampling the perfect flavours and healthy dishes.
This haute cakery is responsible for producing beautiful cakes that are almost too pretty to eat. Almost. They also excel in delicious cookies, cupcakes and inventive brownie flavours for that gooey goodness that’ll have you mm’ing with pleasure the next time you order from Top Indulgence.
Thai street food can transform your home events and parties or junk trips into a unique feast for your guests. True Thai tastes from Gai Yang and grilled salt crusted fish to the Haloumi Laarb and Thai Basil mojitos, these dishes from Fat Legs' BBQ will take your entertaining to the next level with their authentic flavours.
Hailing from Germany, Hexapi Honey produces 100 % natural, raw, pure & untreated honey, straight from the comb. With over 50 small rural beekeeping families all over Germany, their busy bees produce 35 unique raw organic honeys from a wealth of natural landscapes. And like wine reflects the complexity of the soil and weather, their small-batch artisanal honey tells the story of the bee hive surroundings, many of them virtually untouched by the hand of man. Watch out for them for a selection of honey and honey brewed beer at the market.
ROOTS is a new brand that focuses on co-creating products with traditional local makers. For our Foodie Market they'll be selling artisanal scallion oil and a set of modern herbal and floral teas designed with Chinese medicine and history in mind.
HMV will also be there, quite obviously – it is their space, after all – and they'll be talking all about their digital music service PLAY and ACCESS app, so expect great deals on their products.
Workshops and live music acts will be announced soon – check out Foodie's Facebook page for more updates.
What: Foodie Market 2016
When: Sunday, 4 September 2016, 11am–7pm
Where: hmV Bar & Restaurant, 4/F, Pearl City, 22–36 Paterson Street, Causeway Bay, 2504 1538