Hong Kong is the meeting point of all cultures, techniques, and discoveries. It’s the harbour for new innovation and where much of it settles ashore in order to become an international trend. That’s applicable to fashion, technology, and even food.
Stop by Chino in Kennedy Town and travel between influences. Here, Mexican food meets Asian ingredients and techniques. It’s the scrumptious result of Chef Erik Idos‘ passion for Mexican cuisine that he encountered in Los Angeles combined with his training as executive chef in Nobu Intercontinental, Hong Kong. Dishes like Market Fish Ceviche with yuzu lime and cashews and Crispy Fish Taco served with chipotle kewpie and salsa fresca plus drinks like the Bloody Maggi will define the way traditional flavors are supposed to be re-invented.
Set up in a cozy and relaxed manner, the interiors feature art work by Aaron de la Cruz on the walls. Chino is a respite from the busy streets of Hong Kong while offering its restless spirit right on your table.
Chino is located 1B-1C New Praya, Kennedy Town. Check them out at chinohk.com–OLIVIA SAID YES