Modern Middle Eastern Restaurant & Bar BEDU brings
hands-on lunch fare to Central Hong Kong
(Hong Kong, 09 October, 2018) Inspired by the street food culture in the Middle East, BEDU opens for lunch serving no-cutlery-needed pitas with five flavoursome fillings, homemade cakes, and a choice of refreshing drinks, all available to eat in or takeaway. BEDU makes lunch effortless and enticing to hit those lunch time hunger pangs, hard.
The ‘Eat. Sleep. Pita. Repeat.’ menu is available at the cosy Gough Street restaurant from 12 noon – 3pm, Tuesday to Sunday. Guests can combine three elements; A choice of homemade pita or salad; with a sweet treat; and additional refreshment; from HK$130, or priced individually from HK$85-105.
Chef Corey uses the freshest local produce and Middle Eastern cooking techniques to serve up a plentiful mix of delicious pitas. Taste the spices of Africa in the Golden Spiced Chicken with cumin, coriander, turmeric, and ginger, served in two pita halves with zhoug labneh, and fried almonds; the Crispy Salmon filling is mixed with Middle Eastern dressings of walnut tarator, and tahini yoghurt; and the Salt baked lamb pita, is stuffed with an iceberg and feta salad, and beetroot labneh. Vegetarian and vegan fillings include Falafel, tahini, hummus and pickles and Harissa chickpeas, with pistachio dressing, and a cucumber salad.
Guests wanting a lighter choice can opt for a salad of Blackened squid, and giant couscous, or the already popular Heirloom tomato fattoush. To follow, a selection of homemade cakes are available on rotation, with guests choosing from Lemon & Saffron, Chocolate Tahini, Chocolate Rose, Vanilla & Almond, and White Chocolate & Orange Blossom.
Topping off the lunch combo set, a choice of espresso coffee; BEDU’s Naenae tea, served hot or cold; or selected specials such as Homemade lemonade with orange blossom and mint are included in the price.
Dine in BEDU’s relaxed restaurant space, featuring a welcoming bar, and semi-open kitchen overlooking the main dining area. Alternatively, all lunch items are available for takeaway, with a 10% Go Green discount for those who bring their own container.
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40 Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong
Opening Hours: Tuesday – Sunday | Lunch – 12-3pm | Dinner – 6pm until late
Heirloom Tomato Fattoush
BEDU Lunch Combo
BEDU takes inspiration from the nomadic wanderings of the Bedouin tribes across the deserts of North Africa to the rocky sands of the Middle East. Their journey guided by the night stars has influenced the rich culinary traditions, exotic products, flavoursome spices and cooking methods that have been passed down through generations defining Middle Eastern cuisine today.
Through an unpretentious, open-minded and lively approach, whether in the kitchen, on the floor or behind the bar, our aim is to communicate our passion for the region’s deeply rooted street food culture while giving it a contemporary approach.
BEDU is a cosy Middle Eastern restaurant & bar located in Central Hong Kong that showcases the region’s diverse street food culture. From a semi-open kitchen, plates of unapologetically bold spices perfectly balancing spicy and sour alongside smoky notes and flavours from the grill make their way to the bar counter or into the main dining area. The adjoining bar produces refreshingly complementary tipples. This is a menu designed for sharing and is our interpretation of a journey through the stomach of a modern day Bedouin adapting to the seasons of their travels.
About Meraki Hospitality Group
Meraki Hospitality Group is a Hong Kong-based company, founded in 2018 by brother and sister duo Alexis & Laura Offe. Having grown up in Hong Kong where street food culture is cherished and widely celebrated, they are passionate about exploring rich culinary traditions that are representative of everyday life across generations, and intent on bringing them to life in a modern yet approachable way for today’s diners.
Hong Kong’s first Brazilian-Japanese street food restaurant Uma Nota opened in 2017, a nod to the botecos of Brazil and long history of Japanese migration to Sao Paulo. In 2018, following the success of Uma Nota Hong Kong, Meraki Hospitality Group opened Uma Nota Paris introducing Nipo-Brasileiro cuisine to the Parisian dining scene. Swiftly followed by BEDU, a cosy Middle East restaurant and bar that showcases the region’s diverse street food culture, local and seasonal produce in a modern twist, unique to Central Hong Kong.
The concepts are unpretentious, open-minded, and lively, qualities which are reflected in their design, the food and drinks. Meraki is about uniting groups of like-minded people through a community of locals, travellers and the team. With each new idea, Alexis and Laura seek a connection to the soul of the cuisine, reinterpreted through the lens of a creative edge and a love of food and culinary traditions.
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