Be it the months-long protests or the novel coronavirus, Hong Kong has by in many ways been negatively impacted by the turmoil the city faces. On par with that experts from the F&B industry including The Forks & Spoons, Tatler Dining Hong Kong and On Air Collective have started a campaign titled #UnitedWeDine in partnership with reputable media houses.
In this campaign that supports the local dining scene, nearly 100 restaurants are having special promotions and in some cases unique menus to encourage more people to eat out – while also paying attention to health.
Participating in this event is the Japanese restaurant NOBU InterContinental Hong Kong that will be serving a five course meal created by Executive Chef Rhys Cattermoul, Executive Sushi Chef Satoru Hashimoto and Pastry Chef Joanna Yuen. This menu consists of mouth watering dishes like Chilean Seabass Umami, Yellowtail Sashimi with Jalapeño and more.
The other venues taking part in this event happening till April 30, 2020 include Aqua, Fish Bar, Ecriture, Mama San, Honjo and more.
Additionally individuals can also stand a chance of winning prizes at the end of the campaign by dining often at one of the listed eateries or posting pictures of their meal on social media with a caption stating why they support the particular restaurant along with #UnitedWeDine and tagging unitedwedine.hk.