It’s places like Kale that breathe new life into Hong Kong’s competitive culinary scene. Named after the leafy green cruciferous vegetable that we all (should) love, Kale, found inside of the Cheungs Building in Sheung Wan, does health food right, serving up inventive dishes from tofu sliders to quinoa salads. Found on Wing Lok Street, just moments from Sheung Wan station, Kale is an absolute must-visit for health nuts and foodies alike.
A neighbourhood hideout in the heart of the city, Kale welcomes diners of all walks of life, not just yoga moms and strict vegetarians. Utilising local suppliers whenever possible, Kale
makes sure to give back to the city of Hong Kong by reinvesting in the community. Located in the Cheungs Building on Sheung Wan’s Wing Lok Street, Kale features impressive views of Hong Kong’s stunning skyline.
Always a good choice for breakfast, lunch or dinner, Kale in Hong Kong’s Sheung Wan provides a beacon of calm in the midst of the big city. Stop by for juices, smoothies, and tasty sliders and prepare to be blown away by just how delicious healthy cuisine can be. The restaurant specialises in sliders – chicken, beef, falafel, tofu, halloumi or crab cake – and salads, with ingredients like kale, beetroot, quinoa, daily pasta or roasted vegetables. Try out tasty drinks like the healthy choco shake made with cacao powder, almonds, dates, bananas and soymilk. Kale also does tasty desserts so delicious that you would never realize just how healthy they are! Reservations are recommended.
Kale has all the healthy dishes that you want to try! I ordered the Kale Dinosaur and it tastes so good! I particularly recommend the Kale Quinoa Pocket too!
The Kale quinoa pocket with haloumi tastes so awesome! Makes me want to come back to try more different dishes! Certainly will return to try more!
A bit disappointed, was hoping for a new find of a healthy restaurant nearby for lunch. However, food took a long time to arrive and it was ok, possibly a little tasteless - probably not worth the wait. They also ran out of plates so food was served in a box to those dining in.