Hot off the press! Food courts are all the rage these days, and the newest one to enter the scene – the 70s Food Dining by Vintage House – is sure to win over our hearts and stomachs. With local and Southeast Asian flavors featured at the food stalls and funky retro interiors, this food hall will satisfy every diner.
Seven dining options spread over two floors – 6 food stalls on the ground floor and a dine-in Italian Japanese fusion restaurant, Earth, on the first floor – will leave you spoiled for choice. The only difficult decision here will be what to eat first. Choose between skewers at Thai Grill, vegan recipes at a Taste of Victory, Sichuan flavors at Ma Spicy Cuisine, or premium fast food at Treasures Burger.
The 100-seat ground floor spanning over 7,500 square feet welcomes you in through arched Victorian styled double doors. Inside, you’ll find vintage green chairs, bamboo lamps, and retro fans to complete the other-era vibe.
Whereas the ground floor is fitting if you want a quick and casual bite, Earth, located on the 1st floor, is a good choice if you’re in the mood to slow down for a sit-down meal – serving a tasty, fresh, and unique menu comprising of Italian dishes made with fresh Japanese ingredients.
Go back in time, but not in flavors, with all delicious foods and cuisines at the 70s Food Dining by Vintage House.
A food hall serving up a delicious variety of Southeast Asian, local, and international cuisines all under one roof!
Families looking for a delicious bite after a TST Museum visit, friends meeting for a casual dinner, or colleagues looking for quick lunch!
Nearby the food court is the HK Science Museum and the Hong Kong Museum of History, so you can make a whole outing here with your visit to TST.
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