Wong Chuk Hang is known for their industrial buildings and factories. But now it should be known for their up and coming foodie joints! I went to 3/3rds a few weeks before doing a Cable TV food show episode there! (Research purposes, and was delighted to see how much I liked this fresh, hip and chill new eatery!)
3/3rds is one of the newest places to open up these days. Brothers- Wesley and Daniel Wan, along with Daniel’s girlfriend Adelaide Tam have opened up this new buzzy place in the heart of Wong Chuk Hang. On the 22nd floor of a typical factory bldg lies this hippy new eatery. The place is casual, large and has kept most of the industrial feel to it. A small cafeteria with a food factory feel, where you pick from the very healthy, organic and natural foods selection of salads, sandwiches, and the thinnest thin crust pizza I have ever eaten. You order, pay, and wait for your food in the dining space (or take away). Theres a huge open kitchen, so you can watch your pizza and toastie being prepared. The concept is easy, light and fast cooking.
Order what you want….
And voila…. EAT! (Okay okay, the above shot is part of my tv shoot! But cool space!) Its very environmental friendly with everything being recyclable and its also a furniture show room where you can purchase anything and everything in the dining space. Cool! Environmental and economical.
The salads and vegetarian dishes ranges from Brussels sprouts and delectable eggplants with Tahiti oregano, wild rice, basmati rice, quinoa and a mix of other nutritious goodies. As you can see, I opted for a salad box filled to the brim with beautiful veggies! Every bite tasted delicious, fresh and tasty! Nutritious, to boot.
The cheese toastie was BOMB!!! I love cheese and they have this Comte, raclette, Montgomery cheddar, white and red onions and leeks melted middle! Its heavy though- but honestly so darn good! Grilled to crispy perfection, and I absolutely loveeeeed the cheesy melted center! Too Too good!
Margherita pizza…look how light, healthy and delicious that looks. It was one of the thinnest most delightful pizza crusts– I didn’t feel guilty eating pizza for lunch…and look at all the good ol’ veggies! So fresh…the sweet and flavourful tomatoes, arugula, mozzarella, parmesan and fresh basil leaves! Absolutely delicious.
The pizzas were definitely the highlight for me though. Their 3 cheese pizza is known to be their best seller. They don’t use yeast so it can boil to 1mm and be that thin. The dough is organic and they use all natural ingredients. This is the Prosciutto Pizza which I also absolutely loved! So darn goooooood.
Their menus changes weekly and is so far causing quite the buzz in Wong Chuk Hang. With people eating, getting to go back to the office, and having business lunches and even lounging around reading, writing and sipping on some coffee.
And Daniel was kind enough to give us some awesome homemade desserts!! THANK YOU SO MUCH! Service, food and environment were all bomb!! Loved everything about it. I DEFINITELY will be BACK! <3
<3 Always, Jess