Asaya Kitchen at Rosewood Hong Kong offers a medley of Mediterranean pescatarian dishes, created by culinary director Fabian Altabert who focused on ingredients sourced from local farms, fisheries and food producers. Highlights from their menu include Palamos red prawn linguini, poached lobster served with celeriac remoulade and juniper coulis, blue fin tuna carpaccio, Spanish sea bass with sea urchin emulsion, and plenty more.
After plenty of back-to-back indulgent meals during the festive season, it’s not surprising to feel sluggish from all those food comas. With the new year beginning, it’s the perfect time to start eating healthier, and Hong Kong has a great number of healthy restaurants. From plant-based and vegan, to seafood-focused and venues that use sustainably farmed ingredients, these are our top picks for the best healthy restaurants in the city.
RECOMMENDED: If healthy eating isn't your bag, try these healthy tonics and drinks instead.