Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Gong for Kong

The "Hong Kong street food" specialist in Northern Liberties is no more, according to its website.

Gong for Kong


There's a big, rather stylish "closed" sign on the website of Kong, the "Hong Kong street food" restaurant that Michael O'Halloran opened last August in Northern Liberties.

The joint was greeted by only tepid reviews.

I'll update when I hear back from O'Halloran, currently working on an expansion of his Bistro 7 in Old City.
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