About Fairwood

About Fairwood

Born and bred in Hong Kong, Fairwood Holdings Limited ("Fairwood" or "the Group") (HKEX stock code: 52) was first founded back in 1972 by Mr. Lo Fong Seong and Mr. Lo Hoi Fook. From the beginning, Fairwood was conceived as a fast food restaurant committed to high quality but affordable food, supported by exceptional service within a comfortable dining environment. Since its humble origins as a single restaurant on Chung On Street in Tsuen Wan, Fairwood has forged a Hong Kong-wide reputation for quality and value and emerged as one of the city’s leading fast food brands.

Fairwood's journey to becoming a much-cherished Hong Kong institution was boosted in 1982, when we established a Central Food Processing Plant that gave us the ability to guarantee consistent food quality while also hugely improving the efficiency of our operations. Fairwood's popularity grew, and in October 1991 the Group successfully listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. As a publicly listed company, Fairwood set out to stamp its mark on the fast food industry in Hong Kong and beyond.

A major Fairwood rebranding campaign in 2003 saw us revamp our brand image, enhance our products and services, upgrade our employee engagement programmes and improve our operations and management practices. It all created a highly distinctive style and unique company philosophy that has served us well ever since, with continuing adjustments and redesigns over the years as we have expanded. 

Fairwood's constant quest to deliver quality food at affordable prices for every taste and dining preference has never flagged. Our fast food menu offers a strong range of both Chinese and Western dishes, with several signature products - such as Ah Wood curries, baked pork chop rice, spaghetti bolognaise, and sweetcorn and diced pork rice – that have proved universal favourites. More recently we have developed innovative new dishes to suit changing customer preferences, including our popular "No MSG" series, thick-cut black pork cutlet, claypot rice, and other claypot dishes. Our "Tasty & Green" and "Wholesome Delight" ranges cater for vegetarian and health-conscious diners, while the acquisition of our own Fairwood Bakery in 2021 has significantly enhanced the quality and range of our fresh bread products. 

With the launch of our "Click-and-collect" online ordering platform in 2020, we have further expanded our range to serve anyone wishing to enjoy a Fairwood meal at home. Currently, the Group operates more than 155 restaurants in Hong Kong and Mainland China. These include not only the classic Fairwood fast food restaurants, but also a series of four specialty restaurant brands: Taiwan Bowl, ASAP, The Leaf Kitchen, and Kenting Tea House. Underlying every development has been our simple but ambitious mission: "Enjoy Great Food. Live a Great Life".

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  • 2021

    We acquired a bakery factory for the in-house production of our bread products, renaming it the Fairwood Bakery. A revamp of Fairwood’s "Click-and-collect" online ordering platform further enhanced its user-friendliness, while at the same time a new membership programme for the service was launched.

  • 2020

    We rolled out our super-convenient "Click and Collect" online ordering service, which enables customers to place an order and pay online, and pick up at their local Fairwood store.

  • 2018

    To address the global plastic problem, Fairwood launched its environmentally-friendly "No Straw" campaign.

  • 2017

    We followed up our popular 'No MSG' healthy series with the full-scale Fairwood "Feel Good" Movement, addressing the growing trend for healthy living and eating. That included introducing a new "Wholesome Delight" menu, and added healthy red rice as a rice option for all meals. In this year, the number of Fairwood stores reached 130, together serving more than 200,000 customers every day.

  • 2016

    We introduced a third generation store design that further enhanced the Fairwood dining experience for our customers. Retaining the distinctive Fairwood orange, the new design took inspiration from traditional Hong Kong-style bamboo scaffolding structures. In another market breakthrough, Fairwood became Hong Kong’s first fast food brand to deliver food to tables, with the launch of our convenient "Deliver-To-Your-Table Service".