Following the success and popularity of the recent pop-up truck in Quarry Bay, Campbell’s Soup is back treating Hongkongers to more of their warming soup. This time, the popular American brand is collaborating with trendy café Lof 10 for a pop-up at Mong Kok’s Grand Plaza.
Open now until March 4, d iners can tuck into gourmet dishes made with Campbell’s canned soup such as Japanese corn chowder udon ($58), corn chowder ham and cheese toast ($40) and tomato bisque poached egg cheese toast ($45), and enjoy a specialty tea or coffee by Lof 10 for few extra dollars.
Once you’ve filled up with high-sodium, but oh-so-delicious dishes, there’s a mini-exhibition next to the café displaying a specially curated collection of exclusive memorabilia including Campbell’s figurines, jigsaw puzzles and iconic tableware.
Go on, you know you want to.