China F&B News Round-up, November 2019

Here’s your November news…

The Beijing Michelin Guide 2020 results are in, even though it’s quite clearly still 2019. You can read the list here.

If you’re looking to browse through a review, Hong Kong Tatler takes a muse over 11 of their favourite High-End Chinese Restaurants in Hong Kong.

Also in reviews, South China Morning Post has five independent coffee houses in Shanghai you should try, whether you’re a novice or a connoisseur.

If you’re into podcasts, this one takes a clever look into the design of restaurant menus and how with a few tweaks and suggestions, they nudge the diner toward more expensive choices.

Our Executive Director, Paul Wong, was quoted in this article about how casual upscale offers a bright dining path ahead.

We recently wrote about the Impossible Burger coming to China – and now omnipork are set to open in 180 restaurants in China (image credit, Omnipork). Plant-based is coming people…

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