Graham St Food Hall opens today in the center
The food scene in Hong Kong has seen many changes over the past few years, and part of that has been the return of the food court. Quick and easy bites, casual dining, more choice in one place, and affordable prices to boot – it’s not hard to see why it appeals to quick and rather discerning foodies in Hong Kong. Today another food hall joins the list, with Graham St Food Hall opening in the center.
Smoke & Barrels Sandwiches
The new dining room is actually the same place as the American Smokehouse and Deli Smoke and barrels (the one with the s), but has now been converted into a dining room. The space is dog friendly with an indoor and outdoor area equipped with free WiFi and charging ports to take you day and night and for work or play. Graham St Food Hall will also offer take-out options and delivery services, as well as daily deals (starting in June), pop-ups throughout the year, and weekly community events such as parties. trivia, flea markets, and pet adoption days.
Comfort food from around the world is the name of the game at Graham St Food Hall, with five vendors including Smoke & Barrels, a Basque-style burnt cheesecake bakery. La Viña, Motown, Detroit-style pizza maker, Spanish chocolatier Casa Cacao and a brand new concept of Japanese Hambāgā burger steak on site. Collectively, vendors will offer a wide variety of beverages including coffee, tea, and soft drinks, as well as beer, champagne, and 15 kinds of American bourbon. For the summer, slushies sprinkled with frosé (ice rose) and Aperol Spritz will also be offered.
Motown pizza and wings
On the food front, Smoke & Barrels will serve sandwiches and smoked meats, including beef brisket, Italian sausage, and pork chops with pastrami or chicken, while Motown Pizza & Wings – named after the Detroit’s nickname, Motor City, which comes from its history in the automotive industry – features Detroit-style square-shaped cheese pizzas (named after Motors) and buffalo or Kansas City BBQ chicken wings. A Mustang pizza, for example, will be topped with pepperoni, jalapeño, and honey, while a Tesla pizza will have barbecue sauce, smoked chicken, red onion, and avocado. At Hambāgā, Japanese-style hamburg steak donburi bowls are preferably personalized with a choice of five proteins, including USDA beef and Duroc pork, scrambled or fried Japanese eggs, and four different sauces, including a secret recipe on steamed and seasonal rice. vegetables.
Other highlights include La Viña’s sweet treats that bring a taste of San Sebastian to Hong Kong with its Basque burnt cheesecake and other baked goods including cakes, croissants, cookies, scones and bread. The cheesecake comes in three sizes and comes in original or seasonal flavors. Spanish chocolate factory Casa Cacao will offer artisan chocolate bars and candies made with premium cocoa beans from sustainable sources.
To celebrate the opening, Graham St Food Hall will be hosting a launch party on Saturday May 22, featuring Wild Turkey bourbon and free Aperol drinks as well as Smoke & Barrels barbecue platters ($ 99 per person). Free packages ($ 100) for bourbon, slushies, cider and beers will also be offered. In addition, you can participate in two competitions, including a hot wings challenge sponsored by Fiyah! Heat store – where a winner will receive $ 2,000 in cash and a $ 1,000 dining voucher – and a shotgun beer challenge with Heroes Beer Co – where the fastest drinker wins a $ 1,000 credit. For launch week, expect $ 40 lunches, $ 50 dinners, and $ 18 beers, plus daily deals to come.
Graham St Food Hall is located at Store 3, 23 Graham Street, Central and opens from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. For more information on the new food drop, check out their official website at grahamstfoodhall.hk.