New dining experiences at Hong Kong International Airport

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) has become a “foodie destination” after welcoming seven new restaurants and outlets together with a revamped East Hall Food Court. 

Seven new culinary concepts include the debut of the Californian-inspired restaurant, Wolfgang Puck Kitchen, where customers can enjoy Wolfgang Puck’s pizzas cooked at an open kitchen, along with American-style foods such as Chicken Pot Pie or Bacon Wrapped Meatloaf. 

British chef Gordon Ramsay has opened his very first airport-based restaurant in Asia at HKIA. Gordon Ramsay Plane Food To Go offers British-style cuisine, created exclusively for HKIA. 

The Michelin-starred restaurant Jardin de Jade opens at HKIA, featuring authentic regional Chinese and Shanghainese dishes along with an airport apron view.  

Following the successful launch in Hong Kong’s Central, Cantonese restaurant Duddell’s opens its doors at the airport, offering a casual and approachable dining concept.

The fifth restaurant to open is Sushi Saito’s sister brand, Sushi and Sake Bar Taka, featuring fresh sushi sourced from the Yamayuki group. 

Another Japanese restaurant arrived HKIA called Bari-Uma, the largest ramen chain in Hiroshima, while SinsaEat Korean Kitchen brings further diversity to HKIA’s revamped new food court experience with authentically spicy Korean delights. 

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