Garage Society is not only in a prime location of business, but also in an excellent location for food!
It'd be good to have a ham and egg sandwich to start your day! This Hong Kong style bakery is just around the corner and it serves a wide range of breads and pastries with a budget price. Egg tarts and cookies from this bakery are also good to try!
Feel like enjoying something healthy, filling or low crab? You would find a perfect vegetarian takeaway on Wellington Street! It serves salads and Middle Eastern flatbreads with your choice of healthy toppings! With the concept of fast slow food to go, it's definitely a good choice of a healthy quick lunch.
What's for dinner? I would highly recommend a ramen shop on Stanley street. It is a small ramen shop with japanese decor and always full of japanese customers. This ramen shop makes me feel a bit like I am back in Japan! It's expected to wait a bit for a seat if it’s lunch or dinner time. It serves refreshing ramen with thick noodles and tonkotsu as the broth base. What I love the most is their toppings as their ramen not only comes with nori and chashu, but also a lot of spinach!! It's even worthy to go there on friday nights, as the japanese owner may offer u some free beer if he's drunk! :D ~CM
Join us on Saturday, 3rd December for the Garage Greens Christmas Pop-up!
Get ready for a full day of sustainable shopping, yoga, wellness, and urban faming - keep reading to learn more about our vendors and event partners!
P.S. RSVP for free entry to the fair, and the chance to win an Asteria Explorer 1.0 Tea Set!
The pop-up fair will focus on sustainability, community wellness, and local businesses. RSVP for free entry to the fair (and the chance to win an Asteria Explorer 1.0 Tea Gift Set!), and keep reading to learn how you can be a supporting partner.
We're now inviting supporting partners and marketplace vendors to a part of the event!
As part of our #BeTheChange series, we sit down and discuss how work has evolved, with change-makers in our Garage Community.
This week we chat with Zev, an artist and lighting consultant. She uses The 33PRESS moniker for her artistic endeavors, and prefers to remain anonymous!
We chat about finding fulfillment, creating balance, and embracing discomfort in a cut-throat city like Hong Kong.
Author: Ching Lam Ip, Programme & Marketing Lead, Garage Society