In celebration of Hong Kong Art Month, TST’s Above & Beyond has crafted several art-inspired cocktails that pay homage to selected local artists and designers, including Kim Sungho and Janko Lam. This Cantonese restaurant is renowned for its view of the Island skyline, so it’s appropriate that you can drink in the view in more ways than one. The Pearl of the Orient ($65), featuring an edible topping representing the HK skyline by Kim, is a delectable blue cocktail made with sloe gin, Peachtree liquer, Curaçao blue, as well as egg white and cream. March 24-31.
Nothing screams Hong Kong Art Month quite like the annual onslaught of art-inspired menus that unite the world of art and food in one meal. Local and international artists have converged on Hong Kong to participate in the many exciting art events this month. And many chefs, too, have taken up the challenge to present beautiful culinary creations inspired by renowned painters and iconic artworks. This is our selection of some of the best offerings inspired by art.
Prefer enjoying art without consuming it? Make a visit to the Hong Kong’s best art galleries and street art spots.