Dine

Basehall 2 Opening Reveals Exciting New Food Outlets

Communal Dining Space With A Range Of Family-Friendly Options!

basehall 2 opens in central

Much like its contemporary sister Basehall, Basehall 2 brings you an elevated communal dining experience – perfect for when you can’t really decide on what to eat. Basehall 2’s focus is much more on celebrating the vastness and richness of Asian cuisine and Hong Kong’s favorite local eateries, so you will be spoilt for choice thanks to these 11 unique food outlets!

The Scoop:

  • ARTIFACT, a modern Japanese counter dining experience which celebrates various forms of caviar paired with premium ingredients flown in directly from Japan.
  • MOYO, Central’s Korean-Italian eatery has set up shop and is serving up some delicious dishes like sliced bulgogi Wagyu ribs, kimchi fried rice and more.
  • Porker is cooking up its famed pork cutlets and curries.
  • KamCentre Roast Goosedoesn’t only serve – you guessed it – roast goose but is also known for its fresh farm chicken (get there early as it sells out fast), char siu as well as other roasted meats and rice dishes.
  • Ah Chun Shandong Dumplings cooks up a big array of various dumplings (like the delicious-sounding cabbage and pork dumplings and Spanish mackerel dumplings) as well as cold side dishes such as shredded chicken salad, soup noodles with dumplings, homemade pockets made up of scallions and pork, and more.
  • On Lee Noodle Shopserve Hong Kong classics like fish ball soup, wonton soup, sliced beef cheeks, corned beef with scrambled egg, spam with scrambled egg sandwich, and who can resist french toast with peanut butter?
  • Hot And Meen has lots of spicy options on offer like their signature chili sole fish soup noodles, dan dan noodles, spicy dumplings, xiao long bao and more.
  • Chiu Chow Delicacies are known for their congee, rice and fried noodles, and of course their chiu chow cuisine which includes pan-fried omelette with dried cabbage and minced pork, sauteed squid and more.
  • Both Street serves delicious Taiwanese-style gua bao (or stuffed bun) as well as other favorites such as Taiwanese Mala sausage and matcha cream cheese press cake.
  • Mashi No Mashi is the perfect spot for a quick ramen or tsukemen, washed down with a highball or sake.
  • End your meal at Cookie Vission with one of their amazing cookies, milkshakes or donuts.

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