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:
Located directly above Lan Kwai Fong, Lily & Bloom is both a restaurant and bar across two floors. Customers can feast on modern American dishes on the fifth floor, which transforms into a lounge late at the weekend, or try their cocktail and whisky selection at the bar on the sixth floor surrounded by the warm, stylish decor.
5/F and 6/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, 2810 6166
Opened by acclaimed chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Mercato aims to capture the feeling of a bustling market in Italy. The menu is fresh, seasonal and absolutely mouth-watering – it‘s a definite Foodie fave.
8/F, California Tower, 30–32 D‘Aguilar Street, LKF, Central, 3706 8567
The Globe serves British pub food and has a massive drink list. They also have guided beer tastings and actively promote craft beer.
G/F, Garley Building, 45–53 Graham Street, SoHo, Central, 254 31941
The Ocean by Chef Olivier Bellin serves fresh seafood in an environment that perfectly matches its name. From set menus with themes of sailing and diving to the interior design that reflects the sea, The Ocean embodies its name and concept, not to mention the unobstructed sea views through its panoramic windows.Blue lobster with brioche and pork head veil, curry sauce, apple and grapefruit condiment
Shop 303–304, 3/F, Lobby A, The Pulse, 28 Beach Road, Repulse Bay, 2889 5939
The Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club‘s Compass Room, Kellett Island Clubhouse, Bistro Kellett Island and Shelter Cove Clubhouse will be serving sustainable seafood dishes in September.
Kellett Island, Causeway Bay, 2832 2817
Fish School, hidden in Sai Ying Pun‘s quaint Third Street, serves modern seafood dishes made from fresh produce. The restaurant features an open kitchen with counter seating so that diners can watch Chef Chris Ma work his magic from his many years of experience around the world.
100 Third Street, Sai Ying Pun, 2361 2966
Known for serving British beer-battered fish and chips by the sea, Fish & Chick offers a wide range of fish choices including sea bass, barramundi and, of course, cod and haddock. They also serve their fish pan-fried and have French-style rotisserie chicken on the menu too.
25 New Praya, Kennedy Town, 2974 0088
Café Gray Deluxe, headed by Chef Gray Kunz, offers modern European dining with breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour on the 49th floor of the Upper House hotel.
49/F, Upper House, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, 3968 1106
Motu Kiwi serves Polynesian food and Kiwi cuisine with a Fijian touch.
41–43 Graham Street, SoHo, Central, 2706 8074
Providing all-day dining, MO Bar serves a buffet breakfast in the morning, an à la carte lunch in the afternoon and transforms into a dazzling cocktail bar at night.
G/F, Landmark Mandarin Oriental, 15 Queen‘s Road Central, Central, 2132 0077
Test Kitchen discovers chefs from around the world and gives them a platform to showcase their talents, providing diners with unique monthly pop-up dining experiences.
Shop 3, G/F, 158A Connaught Road West, Sai Ying Pun, 9032 7628
Eleven of the Cali-Mex restaurants, which serve up California-style Mexican cuisine, will be participating in the Kin Hong Seafood Festival 2017.
Shops around town
For other restaurants serving sustainable seafood this September, click here
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.