As a strengthened anti-epidemic control measure to bring peace of mind to all visitors, staff members and tenants, K11 MUSEA is extending its temporary closure to 5 March to carry out deep cleaning and disinfection works in all public areas, ventilation systems, restaurants and shops. We will reopen on 6 March at 12nn. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
4 Best Spots to Grab a Harbourview Drink at K11 MUSEA

Few skylines are as iconic as that of Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour. A stroll along the harbourfront is often considered one of the best ways to take in the view, but those who prefer creature comforts will want to explore K11 MUSEA, which offers multiple stunning view points at bars, restaurants and cafés that you won’t get from ground level. As bars reopen after a long hiatus, sip up the long-missed cocktail hour at some of our favourite K11 MUSEA venues to enjoy a harbourview drink.

181 at Fortnum & Mason — A Royal Boozy High Tea Experience

The very first location of Fortnum & Mason can be found nestled in London’s iconic 181 Piccadilly. A history that spans over three centuries, the upmarket department store has been very particular with where they decide to place other locations. Only a handful of other spots have appeared in the UK, with one exception, the one at K11 MUSEA, the very first international outpost. Sip on signature sparkling teas or a glass of bubbly, and nibble on freshly baked scones while you drink in the waterfront scene unique to Hong Kong’s Fortnum.

This special location includes a bespoke bar and dining room serving an exclusive seasonal menu for lunch, Afternoon Tea and dinner that even the stores in the UK don't serve. Celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee & Fortnum & Mason’s own 315th anniversary with a new limited edition collection and special offerings, the new Jubilee Beacons cocktail — featuring the Queen’s favourite ratio of gin and dubonnet — is a must-try.

181 at Fortnum & Mason
G22, G/F

Glasshouse Greenery — A Lush Al Fresco Garden by the Sea

Glasshouse Greenery, one of Hong Kong’s most popular cafes, has made a name for itself for its “home-from-home” dining concept. The space is a haven for relaxing as guests can step into the rooftop garden that looks out to the harbourfront. The menu includes an extensive range of artisanal cocktails and desserts that you can share with friends and families.

Try the Señorita, a tequila-based concoction of rose syrup, lemon juice, Moscato and other sweet ingredients, that together resemble the warm rosy gradient you’ll be able to catch when sitting at the terrace during sunset. Another tropical favourite is the Pandan Coco, made up of Malibu Rum, Pandan Syrup, Lemon Juice and Coconut Water.

Glasshouse Greenery
501 & 503A, 5F

TIRPSE — The Spirits of Japanese-French Michelin-worthy Cuisine

Tokyo’s original TIRPSE was awarded its Michelin Star just two months after opening its doors in 2015. The restaurant is inspired by a mix of French and Japanese influences — evident in its name, which is a backward-spelling of the French word “esprit,” which describes the lively ambiance of the place.

Among exquisite cuisine and desserts by France-trained award-winning pastry chef Rin Horiuchi, try the Blanc de Noir Champagne cocktail or Japanese gin Akayane that comes in four different fragrant variations representing the four seasons. Or simply indulge in a glass of old world wines or Japanese sake paired with artisanal snacks — as you soak in the views from the balcony or one of the intimate harbour-facing nooks.

219, 2F

Yung's Bistro — Sip on Cantonese Traditions, with a Twist

Yung’s Bistro is a modern concept by renowned Chinese restaurant Yung Kee, a perennial favourite with 80 years of history, best known for its roast goose and traditional Cantonese cuisine. Yung’s Bistro is Yung Kee’s first foray into contemporary dining but still manages to maintain the soul of the brand’s ethos — tradition, familial ties and authentic Cantonese cooking.

In this expansive dining room, you’ll spot nods to traditional Chinese design such as the moon door, refashioned in contemporary style, while a prominent bar serves thirsty patrons enjoying a sundowner or two. The refreshing drinks menu features signatures such as Bohemian Bistro, Roast Goose Old Fashioned (which is a fat-washed with the famed Yung Kee goose oil), and, of course, any classic cocktail you’re craving. Enjoy contemporary Cantonese food, Cantonese-inspired cocktails and the fantastic view of the waterfront from the terrace.

Yung’s Bistro
701, 7F