Dining Archives - Inside Retail Asia
Hong Kong’s first e-sports and dining complex – Fairwood eSports – opens this month, created by the Kowloon EStadium and listed corporate restaurateur Fairwood.
Taiwan’s Kiki Noodle Bar, a chain known for its health-conscious take on spicy Sichuanese cuisine, is launching in Hong Kong later this month at IFC mall in Central.
Pablo Cheesetart Vietnam has expanded into Ho Chi Minh City with its second store in the country.
Marquee Brands has acquired Martha Stewart and Emeril Lagasse from Sequential Group.
Two US fast-food chains, Dippin’ Dots and Doc Popcorn, have made their debut in China.
Department stores have led the way in retail in Macau, with 89 per cent reporting better sales.
International menu items will feature at a special McDonald’s restaurant highlighting the company’s ‘glocal’ philosophy.
Diminished returns from BreadTalk Group’s bakeries in Hong Kong and Mainland China saw the division’s sales slip 4.5 per cent.
Mobile payments accounted for 56 per cent of Yum China Holdings’ first-quarter sales, up from 31 per cent 12 months earlier.
Eataly may form a JV with a Chinese partner, says chairman Andrea Guerra.
A strong performance in China, partly offset by continued challenges in South Korea, helped build first-quarter momentum for McDonald’s Corporation.
Impossible Foods launches its award-winning plant-based meat at three Hong Kong restaurants today: Beef & Liberty, Happy Paradise and Little Bao.