With around 50 food outlets before and after security,
Among these are some culinary big-hitters.
Other relatively new openings close by includeand , sister brand of , the triple-Michelin-starred Tokyo restaurant with a double-starred Hong Kong outlet at the Four Seasons Hotel, led by legendary chef Takashi Saito. Getting a table in town can be something of a challenge, but now a ticket and a boarding pass mean you can sample the signature Edomae sushi, sashimi, rolls and tempura dishes, made with ingredients flown in daily from Tokyo – all without the three-month wait.
There is a strong international contingent with celebrityoffering everything from a full English breakfast or a bacon butty in the morning to burgers, salads and pasta with drinks later in the day, plus to-go options.
Increasing the celebrity chef count is, the US super-chef’s first Hong Kong opening. It takes its cues from his Californian-casual repertoire, perfected at Spago in LA’s Beverly Hills, combined with all-day fine-dining – as well as a grab-and-go counter if you’re in a rush to get into town through the arrivals hall.
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For Hongkongers eager to savour a last taste of home – or visitors who can’t wait to sink their teeth into classic local flavours –branches (one landside and one airside) serve up the best in barbecued meats, while Maxim’s Jade Garden offers authentic Cantonese dim sum for the perfect yum cha welcome to the airport prior to security.
Other local flavours are provided by fellow Hong Kong restaurant(known for its char siu and roast goose), and the more Shanghai stylings of , while you can find egg tarts in both local and Macanese styles at , all in the restricted area after security.
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Overlooking the tarmac after security,is a homegrown burger favourite that serves its full menu – including the vegetarian-friendly Impossible burger – and stocks local craft brews from . For a sweet finish, it’s a short walk to the patisserie delights of , a New York import.