Hinge Magazine | July 2017

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Tsim Tsa Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China

dining room. Windows beckon here, as does a central table occupying an implied courtyard under a ‘skylight’, and screened with bamboo. Along the windows, shelves of real herbs grow in labelled pots. Overhead, sliced bamboo forms a ceiling lattice.



Something Wild, The Farm, a new eatery focussed on fresh farm-to-table ingredients.


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With the theme of fresh food running through it, the space first constricts patrons upon entry, squishing them past the open kitchen and a bank of timber tables toward the larger area of the

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Because the world now craves authenticity and real ingredients. Because in the age of ‘fake news’, real nourishment is more important than ever. Because in centre-city Hong Kong, finding anything remotely ‘real’ is a surprise. Because the idea of a ‘wild farm’ surrounded by concrete makes us happier already.

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