September 2022 To-Do List – Hong Kong
The best new restaurants, events and things to do this month.
This article is also available to read in Chinese (HK).
Opening in April, Mosu Hong Kong invites you to an innovative Korean fine-dining experience carefully crafted by Executive Chef Sung Anh and Head Chef Shim JungTaek.
Mosu Hong Kong, 3/F, M+ Tower, West Kowloon Cultural District, 38 Museum Drive, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong | +852 2398 0291
Chef Rob Drennan re-introduces Haku as a fine-dining experience purely of premium ingredients and no specific cuisines. At its new location on the rooftop of ifc mall, Haku welcomes you to its exploration of food innovations.
Haku, Shop No. 4011, Podium Level 4, ifc mall, No.8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong | +852 2818 8030
Perfect for any time of the day, Woo Cheong Tea House offers a delicious and filling 9-course Dim Sum Tasting Menu from Dim Sum Head Chef Eric Sun and Head Chef Edmond Ip.
Woo Cheong Tea House, 1-2/F, 62 Johnston Road, Wan Chai Hong Kong, Hong Kong | +852 2866 3444
This Autumn, Salisterra brings a collaboration of Executive Chef Cary Docherty with Founder and Chef Vicky Lau of Ãn Soy for a gourmet afternoon tea.
Salisterra, Level 49, The Upper House, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong | +852 3968 1106
Book a painting workshop designed for you to relieve stress and just 'paint in the moment'.
Cat's Tea Room
Enjoy your afternoon with delicious meals accompanied by adorable stray cats, whereby, if connections are made, you may adopt them!
Behind Your Eyelid
by Pipilotti Rist at Tai Kwun
Adrift in Time
by Chun Wai at University Museum and Art Gallery
SEA, I’M AWAKE
by Bianca Nemelc at WOAW Gallery
by Kitti Narod at Tang Contemporary Art
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