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Mosu Hong Kong

  • Restaurants
  • West Kowloon
  1. Mosu Hong Kong
    Photograph: Fontaine Cheng
  2. Mosu Hong Kong
    Photograph: Fontaine Cheng
  3. Mosu Hong Kong
    Photograph: Fontaine Cheng
  4. Mosu Hong Kong
    Photograph: Fontaine Cheng

Time Out says

Set to open in April, Mosu Hong Kong is the offshoot of two-Michelin-starred Mosu Seoul, an innovative fine dining restaurant created by Korean chef-founder Sung Anh who bases his imaginative cuisine on his experiences growing up in the US and working in famed restaurants including The French Laundry and Benu.

Mosu Hong Kong will debut with signatures from the flagship such as abalone taco, sesame tofu (the restaurant in Seoul uses white sesame while the Hong Kong restaurant will use black), and acorn noodles, but will also bring new dishes that embrace local seasonality and produce.

Led by another Korean chef, Shim Jung Taek, the Hong Kong team looks to include more Cantonese elements as they go, adding a unique Hong Kong inflection to chef Sung Anh’s inventive cuisine. The restaurant, which is located in M+ on the third floor adjacent to the Roof Garden, benefits from the museum’s epic skyline views and reflects the artistic visual culture that can be explored within.


Level 3, M+, 38 Museum Drive, West Kowloon Cultural District
Hong Kong
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