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Five of Hong Kong's best sustainable restaurants

City's leading chefs put a delicious spin on environmental friendliness

Hong Kong is far from being one of the world's more eco-friendly cities. Plastic packaging is used for nearly everything, and recycling policies lag far behind comparable cities in the region. In 2021, just 31% of the city's 5.67 million tonnes of waste was recycled. Food waste accounted for 30% of total waste that year.

When it comes to food, there are myriad challenges in the city, with its lack of space for farms and reliance on imported ingredients. But a growing number of restaurants are embracing more sustainable practices by reevaluating supply chains, reducing food waste or crafting menus around seasonal produce.

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