Honbo is well-loved for its no-frills approach to classic burger goodness. Sans the excessive trimmings and fillers, the specialty of the house highlights simplicity, natural cooking, and quality ingredients that capture traditional burger taste.
With its newest outlet in Hong Kong’s Harbour City, Honbo brings back the nostalgic details of the 1920’s roadside fast-food joints in the United States. Unlike the typical hamburger joints that features bold, bright colours, Honbo is characterised by clean lines and white space with distinct stainless-steel details. The natural light and flexible space are the perfect backdrop for the burger’s classic goodness,
Honbo Harbour City is a significant follow-up of its successful second outlet located at The Mills, Hong Kong’s historical textile landmark. “The minimalist details and modern approach perfectly caters to the millennial Instagram-obsessed generation. We want to convey an airy but fun mood, with materials such as steel, glass, and white tiles, with a pop of colours such as Honbo’s signature blue and whites.”
The look is clean, contemporary, and family friendly, perfectly elevating the brand to the next level with its aesthetics and material application. Honbo’s fun approach uniquely combines timber elements with ceramic tiles, and metal mesh topped with dominant white walls.
Offering a unique dining experience with its steel and metal nook, or the shared table for big groups at the outdoor area, Honbo is truly a friendly, and approachable environment for guests of all ages to enjoy a delicious meal.