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Mott 32

A gregarious eatery with far more substance that its hipster aesthetic may suggest

Credit: Joyce Wang
Credit: Joyce Wang
Credit: Joyce Wang

Named in homage to the main street in New York’s Chinatown, Mott 32 exudes a similar urban buzz which isn’t just there to distract from the mainly average food; an accusation that can be justly levelled at many Cantonese joints in the Big Apple. Here in Central HK however, the onus is on industrial simplicity – bare light bulbs and calligraphy on the walls sums up the décor. The food though is a delight, the char sui in particular a strong shout for best in the city, you won’t find pork crispier from here to Shanghai. Outstanding pork buns, Australian lobster ma po tofu, roast goose and garoupa and truffle cheung fun rice noodles all add to the ‘East meets West’ vibe; a clichéd concept which Mott is breathing some very welcome new life into.

 

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