Home, a lively habitat of wooden walls and earthy colours- a feel good reminder that by going meat free we are reducing our impact on the environment.
If you have lived in Hong Kong for a few years then you will have noticed the city shift between various trends – the most recent of which is clean eating.
Our newest discovery is Home, a lively habitat of wooden walls and earthy colours with an abundance of roasted sweet potato, quinoa, kombucha and all things organic. Ingredients are sourced locally where possible and dishes are named after our planet’s most endangered or extinct animals – a feel good reminder that by going meat free we are reducing our impact on the environment.
With the popularity of the Fast Slow Food joint Mana, it’s no surprise that more and more healthy venues are catering to the vegans, vegetarians, gluten frees and raw eaters of this great, bustling city.
Grab a seat by the large windows at Home and watch the world go by as you munch on a beetroot burger or earth bowl. Your body will thank you later.
Address: Shop G01 & 101, Nexxus Building, 77 Des Voeux Road, Central, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2777 4777
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