TBCB   Hong Kong

Say Goodbye to Disposable Plastics in our Restaurants for Earthday & Beyond

From poisoning and injuring marine life to disrupting human hormones, from littering our beaches and landscapes to clogging our waste streams and landfills, the exponential growth of plastics is now threatening the survival of our planet.

In response to this The Butchers Club has made the decision to cease using plastic; cutlery, straws, cups and food trays and will be replacing them with biodegradable products. Going forward we will strive to replace or recycle all other plastic products used throughout our business.

Now all of our cups and straws are made from a PLA corn plastic

PLA corn plastic requires 68% less fossil fuel resources to produce than traditional plastic. Composts in as little as 45 days in a commercial facility. No leaching of harmful chemicals that disrupt the body's hormones and lead to cancer. As light weight and strong as traditional plastic.

Now all of our disposable utensils are made from wood

Biodegradable and compostable cutlery is made from sustainable birch wood. This means the disposable spoons, knives, and forks are produced and harvested sustainably.

Now all of our disposable and takeout containers are made from cardboard

Biodegradeable and compostable paper products are made from sustainbale recycled paper




In Other News


Partnering with Impossibleā„¢ Foods, The Veggie Club will debut three compelling plant-based burgers alongside a range of enticing sides.

A neat selection of classic-style vegetarian and vegan burgers, all featuring Impossible™ Foods’ patties, are also available.

Read More

1st April 2021 - TBCB   Hong Kong

The Butchers Club Debuts New Plant-Based Burger Delivery Concept

Launching on 1 April 2021, The Veggie Club is a new and exciting initiative by renowned meat experts The Butchers Club. The famed beef specialists are turning their traditional model on its head in honour of Earth Month, with a compelling animal-free range of delivery-only plant-based burgers.

Read More

1st April 2021 - TBCB   Hong Kong