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Time Out says

X-Treme Chinese cuisine

Updated, November 21 2023: Bo Innovation celebrates its 20th anniversary by presenting their Arts of Asia menu. The 10-course menu ($1,200) reinterprets timeless flavours and ingredients found in Chinese cuisine, while giving classic dishes a contemporary twist. Each dish on the menu draws inspiration from artworks from Asian artists, such as Five Oxen – a five-part beef dish named after the eponymous painting crafted by Han Huang; and a mahjong tile-shaped panna cotta inspired by local comic strip Old Master Q. Aside from the new menu, diners of Bo Innovation will also be able to enjoy the restaurant's signature molecular xiao long bao ($90 per piece)

Old review, July 1, 2022: The Michelin-starred restaurant deconstructs traditional Chinese cuisine to its essence and pieces it together in a modern interpretation. Here, Chef Alvin Leung aims to challenge expectations with what he calls 'X-Treme' Chinese cuisine. The food is intelligent, humorous, and thoroughly thought out, masterfully marrying traditional with new world Chinese. In 2022, the restaurant moved from its Wan Chai location to Central's H Code. Chef Alvin Leung's signature Chinese dishes are presented in an all-new 10-course tasting menu called 'The Masterpieces' ($2,000 per person; $1,680 with pre-booking) inspired by renowned works of art plated in custom tablewares with interactive elements. Standout dishes include a soup inspired by Andy Warhol's Campbell's Soup Cans, whole steamed fish with gold plated bones inspired by Fish Magic, a 1925 surrealist painting by Swiss-German artist Paul Klee, and an aged duck breast with eight treasures pudding that celebrates Salvador Dali's Autumnal Cannibalism which he painted just after the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War in 1936. 


1/F H Code, 45 Pottinger St, Central
Hong Kong
Opening hours:
Mon-Sat 12pm-12am
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