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Graham St Food Hall

Restaurants Central
 Smoke & Barrels sandwiches
1/5
Photograph: Courtesy Smoke & Barrels
Detroit-style pizza by Motown
2/5
Photograph: Courtesy Motown Pizza & Wings
Hambāgā rice bowls
3/5
Photograph: Courtesy Hambāgā
Casa Cacao
4/5
Photograph: Courtesy Casa Cacao
La Viña
5/5
Photograph: Courtesy La Viña

Time Out says

An all-day dining venue with five vendors offering international comfort food

The food hall takes over the American smokehouse and delicatessen Smoke & Barrels and offers food and drink to enjoy there, or as takeaway and delivery. Graham St Food Hall offers comfort food from around the world with five vendors including Smoke & Barrels, Basque-style burnt cheesecake bakery La Viña, Detroit-style pizza makers Motown, Spanish chocolatier Casa Cacao, and brand new Japanese hamburger steak concept Hambāgā at the venue.

Collectively, the vendors will offer a wide variety of drinks that include coffee, tea, and soft drinks, as well as beer, Champagne and 15 kinds of American bourbon. For summer, boozy slushies of frosé (frozen rose) and Aperol Spritz will also be offered.

Food-wise, Smoke & Barrels will be serving up sandwiches and smoked meats, featuring the likes of beef brisket, Italian sausage, and pastrami pork ribs or chicken, while Motown Pizza & Wings – named after Detroit's nickname, Motor City, which comes from its history in the automotive industry – offers cheesy square-shaped Detroit-style pizza (named after motors), and buffalo or Kansas City BBQ style chicken wings. A Mustang pizza, for example, will be topped with pepperoni, jalapeño,s and honey, while the Tesla pizza will have BBQ sauce, smoked chicken, red onion, and avocado. Over at Hambāgā, Japanese-style hamburg steak donburi bowls are customised for preference with a choice of five proteins including USDA beef and Duroc pork, scrambled or fried Japanese egg, and four different sauces, including a secret-recipe curry over steamed rice and seasonal vegetables. 

Other highlights include sweet treats from La Viña which brings a taste of San Sebastián to Hong Kong with its Basque burnt cheesecake and other baked goods,  including cakes, croissants, cookies, scones, and bread. The cheesecake is available in three sizes and comes in original or seasonal flavours. Spanish bean-to-bar chocolate maker Casa Cacao will offer artisanal chocolate bars and bonbons made with sustainably sourced premium cacao beans.

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Address: Shop 3, 23 Graham Street, Central
Hong Kong

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Opening hours: Daily 10am-10pm
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