Ming Fat House opens Eat Darling Eat at Fashion Walk
A playful new dining venue Eat Darling Eat has opened in Causeway Bay’s Fashion Walk.
The restaurant is the latest venture of Hong Kong F&B group Ming Fat House (MFH), joining its portfolio of quirky speakeasies and restaurants Mrs Pound, Foxglove, Frank’s Library and Dr Fern’s Gin Parlour.
The 60-seat eatery is designed to revive nostalgic memories of Hong Kong’s quintessential street treats and traditional hawker food, serving snacks and desserts with a trendy modern twist. To celebrate the grand opening on Saturday, the first 100 visitors arriving between 3.15pm and 5pm will be given a complimentary custard-filled pineapple bun – a signature specialty of the new brand.
“While living abroad for a few years, I have been missing local food, so this is definitely something I have wanted to do for a long time – sharing recipes I know and love, with taste, care and attention always coming first,” said executive chef Jason Luk.
“Our concept is for everyone to interpret and discover their own meanings,” said co-founder Jonathan Bui. The Fashion Walk location is meanwhile “a magnet for the hip crowd who are daring to try and like to discover something new”.