~> Nomadic wanderings of the Bedouin tribes
Taking inspiration from the nomadic wanderings of the Bedouin tribes, BEDU’s menu incorporates flavours from the desserts of North Africa to the Middle East. Creating his own take on the cuisine, Chef Corey replaces the complex spices associated with the region, with bold yet simple flavours, which he combines with smoky notes from the grill.
The restaurant has actually recently launched a new lunch menu inspired by the street food found in the Middle East, serving plentiful pittas with five flavoursome fillings in a combo set including a refreshing drink and sweet treat.
The crispy salmon
The ‘Eat. Sleep. Pita. Repeat.” menu is available at the Cosy Gough Street restaurant from 12 to 3pm, Tuesday to Sunday. Guest can combine three elements, a choice of homemade pita or salad, with a sweet treat and additional refreshment from 130HKd.
40 Gough Street
tel 2320 4450
Dine in Bedu’s relaxing restaurant space featuring a welcoming bar and semi-open kitchen.