Bedu is a reminder that Middle Eastern food in Hong Kong is much, much more than late-night kebabs.
Inspired by the hospitality that is key to Bedouin culture, Bedu is a welcoming, cosy yet chic space to enjoy the complex, smoky flavours of Arabia and the Levant. Arrive hungry, as you’ll want to kick off proceedings with an unctuous dip (hummus, labneh) and pillowy flatbread, before diving headfirst into a veg-heavy smorgasbord of bigger dishes. In a rare move for a Noho/Soho spot, vegetarians are very well catered for; there is meat on the menu, but it is more garnish than main event, and you certainly won’t miss it if you don’t order any. If you only eat one thing, make it the harissa-glazed peaches, a near-magical marriage of charred, al dente peach that is almost meat-like, soothing labneh, and the warming kick of the spice.
- Honey baked feta
- Charred broccoli
- Rack of lamb
If you enjoy watching magic happen before your eyes, sit at the bar, although a banquette seat at the back of the venue gives a partial view of the action with more privacy.
|Accept Credit Card||Yes|
|Private Room Description||No|
|Dress Code||Smart Casual|