WHAT: This year’s International Burger Day lands on Thursday, 28th May. To help you locate some of Hong Kong’s most delectable plant-based burgers, Impossible Foods has curated a list of our favorites. To try some delicious Impossible Burgers and discover special International Burger Day deals, grab a friend and head out to find Hong Kong’s hidden neighborhood gems and much-loved local haunts.


Conscious foodies will be delighted to know that they can indulge in the meaty deliciousness of a burger, without the environmental drawbacks of animal-derived meat. An Impossible Burger (113g serving size) uses 96% less land, 87% less water and 89% less greenhouse gasses compared to ground beef from a cow. That means a saving of 7 square meters of land, 3 kg of CO2, and 84 litres of water for each Impossible Burger ordered.


All participating restaurants are providing special offers when you order an Impossible Burger on International Burger Day. Celebrate the planet with great deals and classic, delicious bites.


WHO & WHERE: Full restaurant details and offers are below.


Enjoy a free Brooklyn Lager with your Impossible Burger at Morty’s


Opt for the best of Texas with This is so Texas Burger (HK$128) with an Impossible patty, cheddar cheese and tangy barbeque sauce, or go for the Lean & Strong Burger (HK$128) and combine the deliciousness of an Impossible burger with avocado, kale and a gluten-free thousand island dressing.


1) Jardine House, Shop 2-14, LG/F, 1 Connaught Place, Central
2) Wing Fung Building, 8-10 Wing Fung St, Wan Chai


Enjoy a free Coke & fries with your Impossible burger at W..Burger


Choose from the Impossible Burger (HK$88) with tomato and lettuce or opt for the decadent Impossible Camembert Burger (HK$98) that comes with a whole wheel of Camembert as the bun. The succulent Impossible Portobello ($113) is an irresistible patty topped with a juicy portobello mushroom, while the Impossible Hot Dog with Black Truffle Mushrooms (HK$123) is a fresh new take on Impossible meat.


Address: G/F, 5 Nam Kok Rd, Kowloon City


Enjoy a free Coke with your Impossible burger at Honbo


Honbo makes their own classic American-style Impossible Burger (HK$108) by pairing a 4.oz patty with pickles, onion, lettuce and vegan X.O house sauce. The no-frills approach focuses on perfecting all the simple but often-overlooked details that go into a burger.


1) 6/7 Sun St, G/F Shop B, Wan Chai
2) 303, The Mills, 45 Pak Tin Par St, Tsuen Wan


Burger Deli
Enjoy a free Coke with your Impossible burger at Burger Deli


With up to 13 different Impossible burgers available, there are plenty of options to indulge in at Burger Deli. Try the Swiss & Mushroom Impossible Burger (HK$100) heaped with sauteed mushrooms and Swiss cheese, or perhaps the Californian Impossible Burger (HK$100) with streaky bacon, guacamole and American cheese is more your style. The Triple Cheese Impossible Burger (HK$106) is another surefire winner with three cheeses, red onion and dill pickles combining for a tasty treat.


Address: G/F, Shop 2 Ko Shing House, 9 King Man St, Sai Kung


Tai Wo Tang

Enjoy a free drink with your Impossible burger at Tai Wo Tang


Tai Wo Tang pulls out all the stops by stacking their Impossible Burger (HK$158) with cheddar cheese, caramelized onions, pickled cucumbers, and butter lettuce on a brioche bun. Fries with truffle mayonnaise complete this hearty meal.


Address: G/F, 24 Nga Tsin Long Rd, Kowloon City


The Diner
Enjoy a free drink with your Impossible burger at The Diner


The Diner offers four different Impossible burgers for you to feast on including the Naxos Burger (HK$159), smothered with feta cheese and roasted cherry tomatoes, and the Monterey Burger (HK$159) starring Monterey jack cheese. Vegenaise adds plentiful taste to the Classic Burger (HK$149), while the Smash Burger (HK$159) delights with smashed avocado and caramelised onions. All burgers are served on vegan Scottish baps, accompanied by fries and slaw.


Address: G/F Shiu King Court, 4-8 Arbuthnot Rd, Central


Kitchen Corner
Enjoy a free upgrade (normally +HK$10) to make any burger on the Kitchen Corner menu an Impossible burger


From the Aussie Burger (HK$64) featuring beetroot slices and a sunny side up egg to the Alpine Burger (HK$58) with onions and mushrooms, and the Rocky Burger (HK$60) with bacon and cheddar cheese, it’s easy to enjoy your favorite Kitchen Corner burger the Impossible way. The Classic Burger (HK$58), Satay Chicken (HK$52) and Classic Chicken (HK$50) are also ready to be upgraded to an Impossible version at your request.


Address: Shop 66, G/F, Tsuen Cheong Centre, Cheong Ning Building, 202-216 Sai Lau Kok Rd, Tsuen Wan


Kabo Burger
Enjoy special offers from Kabo Burger with HK$88 for 2 Impossible Cheeseburgers at Kwai Chung; and HK$98 for 2 Impossible Cheeseburgers at TST


Kabo Burger puts their own twist on this Impossible Cheeseburger (HK$58 at Kwai Chung; HK$62 at TST), topping it with melted cheese on a bed of fresh lettuce. It’s the more the merrier on International Burger day with an unbeatable deal on 2 Impossible burgers!


1) Shop A-B, G/F, Kar Po Mansion, No. 499 Kwai Chung Section, Castle Peak Road, Kwai Chung
2) Shop A, Brilliant Court, 78 Kimberley Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui


LAB EAT Restaurant & Bar
Enjoy the LAB EAT Set available for the full day on 28 May for HK$138 (available after 28 May, 12 noon to 5.30 pm only for HK$188)


Available as a set (HK$138 on 28 May; HK$188 after 28 May), enjoy the LAB EAT Impossible Burger featuring double patties with lettuce, tomato and onion and a Coffee/Tea/Coke for a midday meal that powers you through the day.


Address: Shop 502, 5/F, T.O.P. This is Our Place, 700 Nathan Rd, Mong Kok


Satisfy your burger craving this International Burger Day with a planet-first Impossible Burger at these hidden gems all across town!


Please check in with Impossible restaurant partners, or delivery platforms directly, for most up to date Impossible dishes, takeaway and delivery options, and promotional details.


About Impossible Foods:

Based in California’s Silicon Valley, Impossible Foods makes delicious, nutritious meat and dairy products from plants — with a much smaller environmental footprint than meat from animals. The privately held food tech startup was founded in 2011 by Patrick O. Brown, M.D., Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry at Stanford University and a former Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator. Investors include Mirae Asset Global Investments, Khosla Ventures, Bill Gates, Google Ventures, Horizons Ventures, UBS, Viking Global Investors, Temasek, Sailing Capital, and Open Philanthropy Project.



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