First Wolfgang Puck Kitchen in Hong Kong opens at HKIA
The first Wolfgang Puck Kitchen in Hong Kong has opened its doors.
The founder of popular Hollywood eatery Spago is steadily rolling out a network of fast-casual dining concepts across the US and more recently internationally, with outlets in Singapore and Sydney.
This month he has opened Wolfgang Puck Kitchen on level 5 of the arrivals hall of Terminal 1 at Hong Kong International Airport. A grand opening is planned for October 9.
The restaurant, in collaboration with Lagardere Travel Retail, features a grab-and-go collection for consuming on the plane, as well as booths and bar seating, serving breakfasts, pizzas, salads, burgers and other fast-casual fare, all influenced by California cuisine.
The Wolfgang Puck Kitchen in Hong Kong will trade daily from 6.30am to 12.30am.
The Austrian-born chef’s Wolfgang Puck Kitchen brand now has more than 50 outlets, located in airports, casinos, universities and amusement parks. He also owns the high-end steakhouse Cut, has authored multiple books and is a part-time actor.