Healthy Cantonese Comfort Food at SOHOFAMA (NOW CLOSED)

From the same founder who brought you the much-loved LOCOFAMA, comes SOHOFAMA, a collaboration restaurant with Hong Kong lifestyle brand G.O.D. to continue on its healthy concepts using locally-grown ingredients and chemical-free food—with an even bigger ambition in mind. The goal is not only to provide accessible, healthy meals to its customers but to obtain an overall sustainable experience—from the charity projector room (currently accepting donations for Australia’s endangered wildlife) to the frequent exhibiting of up-and-coming artists. We visited the PMQ restaurant to try the favourite dishes and speak with the owner and founder, Larry Tang.

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Sustainability


SOHOFAMA’s main goal is to promote healthy eating and living happily through its food. Expect only wholesome, organic produce here for guilt-free meals which not only support the local community—but also nourish the body of those consuming it. There is absolutely no MSG, GMO or chicken powder used in the dishes. Flavours are enhanced naturally and through ancient Chinese traditions, with slight, modern Western touches. What I found really inspiring was the family-forward approach at SOHOFAMA, applying each member’s skills into the restaurant—including Larry’s uncle’s craftsmanship of the farmer baskets.

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Mini Farm


SOHOFAMA takes a slight twist to the frequently-used term “farm-to-table” and inste