10 Vegan Impossible Dishes To Order In Hong Kong This Earth Day

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Earth Day is celebrated every year on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental movements all over the world. This year marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, and many restaurants in Hong Kong have decided to take part in the celebrations by offering planet-friendly dishes made from Impossible Foods. Scientists across the board agree that animal agriculture is a leading cause of climate change, mass biodiversity loss and resource wastage – and by choosing meals that ditch conventional meat and dairy for plant-based alternatives, you are directly reducing your environmental footprint. Below are 10 completely vegan dishes that you can order at a number of restaurants in Hong Kong, created exclusively for Earth Day and will be available for throughout April. 

Impossible Stuffed Green Peppers – SHÈ

SHÈ in Central’s IFC Mall is serving up delicious fried green peppers stuffed with Impossible Foods’ plant-based meat. 

Address: SHÈ, Shop 3025-6 & 3031-66, Level 3, IFC Mall, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong. 

Sichuan Burger – Beef & Liberty 

Beef & Liberty are dishing out a limited edition Sichuan Burger made with an Impossible Burger patty, homemade Sichuan marinade, zucchini salad, and ginger mayonnaise tucked between two vegan buns. 

Find your nearest Beef & Liberty location here

Earth Day Burger – YEARS 

YEARS HK’s take on the Impossible burger, their special Earth Day Burger,  is topped with sliced avocado, homemade vegan dressing and fresh kale.

Address: YEARS, 191-199 Fuk Wah Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon. 

Impossible Japanese Curry – My Meat Run Laboratory 

The Impossible Japanese Curry at My Meat Run Laboratory is a 100% vegan take on a classic Hong Kong-Japanese dish. The deep fried cutlet on top of the curry is made from Impossible Foods’ patty, and is served with rice. 

Address: My Meat Run Laboratory, Shop 302, 3/F D2 Place One, 9 Cheung Yee Street, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon. 

Burger on Hot Plate – My Meat Run Laboratory 

Another Impossible Foods dish offered for Earth Day this year at My Meat Run Laboratory is the Impossible burger patty served on a hot plate, loaded with veggies and fries and drizzled with a peppery sauce.  

Address: My Meat Run Laboratory, Shop 302, 3/F D2 Place One, 9 Cheung Yee Street, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon. 

Avocado Kimchi Burger – 2DP 

For kimchi and spice lovers, 2DP’s Avocado Kimchi Impossible Burger is a must-try. The patty is topped with fresh tomatoes, sprouts, spicy kimchi and sliced avocado – just make sure to ask for vegan cheese and bun!

Address: 2DP, G/F The Lamma Tower, 12 Hau Fook Street, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon. 

Classic Impossible Burger – The Butcher’s Club 

If you’re looking for a good old fashioned Impossible burger, then you’ll find it at The Butcher’s Club. Their 100% plant-based classic burger featuring the Impossible patty is loaded with vegan cheddar, pickled beetroot crisps and a house vegan mayo sauce on a scotch bap. 

Find your nearest The Butcher’s Club location here

Impossible Meat Spaghetti – Beans 

Beans Café in the heart of Tsuen Wan is dishing up a delicious vegan spaghetti bolognese made using Impossible Meat mince. 

Address: Beans, G/F 99 Hoi Pa Street, Tsuen Wan, New Territories. 

Earth Bao – Little Bao

Little Bao has created their very own special Earth Bao in honour of Earth Day this year with Impossible meat, slathered in a homemade vegan truffle mayo and topped with daikon, oyster mushrooms, coleslaw – all glazed over with a teriyaki sauce. 

Address: Little Bao, Shop H1, Fashion Walk, 9 Kingston Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. 

Impossible Quesadilla – Brick Lane

The Impossible Quesadilla is Hong Kong’s all-day breakfast restaurant Brick Lane’s Earth Day special, made using minced Impossible beef. While their menu only offers the vegetarian version, they do make a vegan version upon request and replace dairy items with salsa. 

Find your nearest Brick Lane location here

Lead image courtesy of Little Bao.


  • Sally Ho

    Sally Ho is Green Queen's former resident writer and lead reporter. Passionate about the environment, social issues and health, she is always looking into the latest climate stories in Hong Kong and beyond. A long-time vegan, she also hopes to promote healthy and plant-based lifestyle choices in Asia. Sally has a background in Politics and International Relations from her studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

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