HK first Burmese Restaurant landed in Central by early July. What make Burmese food stand out from other Asian cuisines. Let’s take a look!
Fitting-out of HK First Burmese Restaurant, Club Rangoon, was almost complete by early this year. At that time, Hong Kong was hit by the first and subsequently the second wave of Pandemic. As a result, the restaurant opening was postponed to early July.
Back to mid 2019, Lacrucci started to assist the owner of Club Rangoon for the shop search. We have witnessed how the restaurant owner has brought his home country food to Hong Kong.
Perhaps most of HK people are not familiar to Burmese food. Actually, we can hardly taste authentic Burmese food unless travelling there. Until recently, Club Rangoon has landed here and we can try this Asian cuisine in Hong Kong.
About Club Rangoon – HK first Burmese Restaurant
Not to mention, Hong Kong is a food paradise with hundreds of cuisines and street foods.
Apparently, Club Rangoon has successfully brought Burmese cuisine to Hong Kong dining scene. This restaurant carries a new modern look instead of traditional Asian restaurant decors.
Chef Karisa is the head chef of Club Rangoon. She was trained in Myanmar before the restaurant opening.
As told by Karisa, Burmese food is a collection of food from various regions of Myanmar. Due to the fact that Myanmar is neighbouring to India, Thailand and China, its food has been influenced by these countries.
But still, Burmese cuisine has its own emphasis on rich and savory flavours. To be frank, there is much to discover!
Asian Restaurant with modern twist
Indeed, Asian food is very popular in Hong Kong. It won’t be difficult to fill your stomach quick and cheap in many Asian restaurants.
In recent few years, we have seen more Asian restaurants landed in Hong Kong. They have brought in authentic Asian cuisines with modern twists. Apparently, food and drinks are not the only essence, but restaurant vibre is also the key consideration.
However, due to social distancing requirements, restaurants cannot serve dine-in customers after 6pm. Also, only two people are allowed to sit per table. We have to wait a bit to enjoy the dinner with friends in Club Rangoon!