Hutong Dubai celebrates Veganuary with a delicious range of Northern Chinese plant-based dishes. With the rise in popularity of vegan and sustainable foods over the recent years, Hutong’s selection of dishes hope to raise awareness about the benefits of plant-based eating and encourage people to try vegan options.
Artisanally handcrafted, guests can select from a range of mouth-watering dishes, beginning with a fine and colourful selection of ‘The Vegetarian Dim Sum’ offered at Dhs 138. For starters or side dishes, guests may opt for the fan favourite Wild Mushroom & Truffle Bao and the Vegetarian Spring Roll, each for Dhs 75, as well as the Okra Wrapped in Netted Ju Suen, served in a hot and spicy chilli broth priced at Dhs 88. The main course options include the tasty Soba Noodles in Sichuan Sauce and a classic Mapo Tofu braised with chilli broad bean sauce available to diners at Dhs 108 and Dhs 90, respectively.
From 12pm to 4pm and 6pm to 2am, guests may indulge in the award-winning flavours of the occasionally fiery Northern Chinese Cuisine and pair them with some creative cocktails from the beverage menu to participate in ‘Veganuary’.
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Born in Hong Kong in 2003, Hutong restaurant is acclaimed for its contemporary and occasionally fiery Northern Chinese cuisine, as well as its stunning views of the Hong Kong skyline. The restaurant received many awards, including the first Michelin star award for a Chinese restaurant in the city. Today there are five Hutongs in the family – London, which opened in 2008 in The Shard, Europe’s tallest building; New York, named the fifth-best restaurant by the New York Times; Miami and Dubai.
Situated in the leading financial hub and vibrant district for lifestyle, arts and culture, the Dubai outpost of Hutong opened in Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) in 2020. The venue overlooks iconic landmarks such as Emirates Towers and the Museum of the Future, and just around the corner is DIFC’s Gate Building. Hutong Dubai features a bespoke interior design inspired by ‘The Four Arts’ of the Qing Dynasty, paying homage to the ancient trade route, the Silk Road.