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Eleven new F&B outlets to land at Hong Kong International Airport

Hong Kong International Airport is to revamp its F&B offering with the creation of 11 new outlets.

The outlets will be developed and operated by SSP Hong Kong, a division of SSP Group, which today signed a six-year contract worth around £57 million (700 million HKD) with airport operator, Airport Authority Hong Kong.

SSP Hong Kong has been working in conjunction with a number of leading brands to develop the extended facilities at a new dining precinct called the ‘East to West Food Market’ at the West Hall of HKIA.

These will include Asian favourites Yung Kee Restaurant, Chee Kei and Tai Hing, alongside international names such as O’Learys and Burger King.

The offer will also feature the street food concepts Street Food MIC by Alvin Leung and School Food. The facility will occupy a total of 1,497 square metres, 750 metres of which is additional space.

Chris Rayner, CEO of SSP Asia Pacific commented: “This is an exciting project in what continues to be one of SSP’s largest markets in the Asia Pacific region.

Having operated at Hong Kong International Airport since 1998, we are delighted to be building on our successful partnership with the team at HKIA, and adding to the great choice SSP already offers at the West Hall.

“We have worked hard to bring a bespoke range of local, regional and international brands to Hong Kong International Airport, which are guaranteed to delight passengers.

“We will be offering food and drink to suit all budgets and those with varied amounts of time to make sure we cater for a diverse customer profile. This refreshed and modernised line-up will, we are certain, help to make the West Hall an even more popular dining destination.”

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