New Restaurants & Pop-Ups: March 2021

New Restaurants & Pop-Ups: March 2021

New places to check out as restrictions ease – we can finally dine out for dinner!

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Foodie  Foodie Your Guide to Good Taste  on 22 Feb '21

Header photo: The Aubrey’s omakase platterIn light of COVID-19, we encourage diners to take precautions when going out. You can also support your favourite restaurants by getting takeaway and delivery.

The Aubrey

Despite it only being March, this could be THE opening for 2021. Maximal Concepts has taken over the 25th floor of the Mandarin Oriental to launch eccentric izakaya The Aubrey. The design and decor are simply stunning, showcasing three distinctive bar experiences – The Main Bar, offering highballs, seasonal Japanese cocktails and signature tipples inspired by the game of chess, an intimate four-person omakase cocktail bar and a champagne and sake bar, where oysters also make an appearance – as well as a food menu of elevated bentos, Edomae sushi, binchotan robata and tempura. Leading the team are world-renowned mixologist Devender Sehgal, most recently the bar manager at 8½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana, and Chef Yukihito Tomiyama, formerly at Michelin-starred Shinji by Kanesaka in Macau. Notably, The Aubrey champions the zero-waste cause, with a goal to remove single-use plastics from all operations. Open daily from 12pm for lunch, dinner and cocktails. Read The Aubrey review here.

25/F, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Road Central, Central, 2825 4001,

Related: The Last Resort on Peel St is finally open!

Cookie Vission

Cookie Vission’s ooey-gooey filled cookies are now up for grabs at the brand’s first brick-and-mortar shop in Tai Hang. But we’re also excited about the debut of CV’s brand-new baked good: the pookie. This is a cookie (the flavour changes monthly) wrapped with caramelised puff pastry – super decadent. Open daily from 9am till stocks last!

6 Wun Sha Street, Tai Hang, 9155 5185

Interval (Cyberport and TKO)

Launched in 2018 in Central by Joshua and Caleb Ng of Twins Kitchen (who also created popular community café Common Ground and HK’s first restaurant incubator, PMQ Taste Kitchen), all-day diner Interval is expanding to both Cyberport and Tseung Kwan O, presenting Italian fare with a local, seasonal twist, together with speciality coffees and carefully curated wines from around the world. The TKO branch, set in LOHAS Park, was the first to open last month, offering a patio and a retail corner where guests can purchase a range of coffee beans and wines. Over at Cyberport, the custom-built wood-fire oven from Naples will take centre stage when Interval opens there. The Cyberport eatery is also set to feature an urban farm within the restaurant, a collaboration with Farmacy HK. TKO branch open daily, 10:30am–10pm; Cyberport opening date and times TBC.

Cyberport: contact details TBC

TKO: Shop 417, 4/F, The LOHAS, LOHAS Park, 1 LOHAS Park Road, 2638 8904

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