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Happy Eating: Introducing The MMMs Awards 2021 #MMMsLSA

Celebrating the best of simple, delicious dishes around the city, The MMMs are Lifestyle Asia Hong Kong’s first annual food awards.

MMMs — the sounds we make when we bite, slurp and chomp into something we love. Something warm. Something delicious. It may not be the healthiest. It may not win — well, anyone else’s — awards. But it’s simple. It’s comforting. It’s food that we eat when we’re up. When we’re down. When we’re with family. When we’re with friends. It reminds us of childhood, it reminds of us home, it reminds us we’re alive. It reminds us that food — good food — makes life worth living. And we, the editors of Lifestyle Asia Hong Kong, decided that’s the kind of food that deserves some recognition, too.

This is our way of doing that.

Our editors have spent the last several months painstakingly researching (read: stuffing ourselves with) the best bites in the city, considering everything from dine in and takeout to, of course, taste. From now through December, we’ll be putting a spotlight on some of our favourite, timeless comfort dishes in Hong Kong; the ones that that leave grease on our palms, sauce on our fingers and happiness in our hearts. And we’re inviting you, the reader, along for the ride.

As our team thoroughly vets the best of the best for each of this year’s ten categories, we want you to tell us your favourites. Restaurants and dishes receiving the most votes for each category will be nominated for the chance to win a coveted The MMMs Readers’ Choice Award, so click here to nominate your favourites now.

The MMMs Readers’ Choice Awards 2021 nominees will be named in November, and the full list of winners will be announced in December. Stay tuned to Lifestyle Asia Hong Kong on Instagram for more.

Happy Eating.


Nathan Erickson
Made in Seoul and based in Hong Kong, Nathan has covered food, fashion and music from New York to Paris to Oaxaca. He enjoys street photography, buying too many hooded sweatshirts and he'll never turn down a tequila soda. Catch him on weekends hiking trails all over Hong Kong in hopes of finding his idol, Chow Yun-fat.