Think you can handle it?
Who’s ready for a summertime feast? The vibrant and energetic Fatty Crab Bar introduces “All you can eat Pork and Veggie Buns” (HK$120 per person) every Wednesday from 5pm to 11:30pm.
According to a release from Fatty Crab Hong Kong, the Pork Buns feature perfectly braised and glazed pork, served with a salad of soft boiled eggs, mixed green lettuce greens and herbs, sliced shallots, pickled daikon and charred greens.
Bao lovers can stuff all items into the bun or pick and choose which items they prefer alongside their indulgent pork belly.
Sinful sauces of kecap manis and siracha are served alongside the bao’s in dipping bowls.
As the Fatty Crew are never ones to leave anyone out, vegetarian options are also available with the pork being replaced by shitake mushrooms, cabbage, carrots and fermented tofu.
The Fatty Crew invites guests to dig in and get seriously messy.
After receiving numerous awards and accolades in New York, which include a listing in the Michelin Guide’s list of Bib Gourmand Restaurants and glowing New York Times reviews for its various concepts, Fatty Crab brings its popular take on the best of South East Asian flavours to Hong Kong.
This neighbourhood joint serves their bold take on Malaysian, Thai, Indonesian, Vietnamese and Singaporean inspired cuisine -- while using western style cooking techniques.
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