Tomorrow Maybe is a multimedia exhibition space for contemporary art, located inside Eaton HK in Kowloon. The gallery focuses on showcasing emerging young artists from Hong Kong in order to develop experimental and impact projects. Please visit our social media channels for more information on our latest exhibitions.
One Michelin-starred Yat Tung Heen is an internationally renowned restaurant led by celebrated Chef Ka Hing Choi. Serving up a contemporary twist on authentic Cantonese cuisine, in a high-design moody atmosphere inspired by 1920s Shanghai taverns, the restaurant offers a rarefied fine dining experience in Hong Kong. A range of Read more [...]
Quayside Harbour Front Restaurant offers a contemporary French menu featuring a distinctive fusion influence. Guests can experience a great al-fresco lounge. In a city like HK where quality al-fresco dining can be a rare find, Quayside offers perfect balance of location, cuisine and atmosphere.
All-day dining venue The Astor combines the nostalgia of Hong Kong’s cha chaan teng culture with the novelty and convenience of an Asian hawker center. Offering a vast selection of vegetable-first options, eight live cooking stations, and a variety of Hong Kong classics such as a traditional wonton-meen and Read more [...]
Inspired by the gritty, retro nostalgia of its Kowloon neighborhood, Jordan, Eaton HK inspires and nurtures the freedom of ideas by offering an inclusive gathering place for changemakers, creatives, and free thinkers to follow their bliss. Eaton HK is the physical arm of Eaton Workshop, a new global purpose-driven company Read more [...]
Terrible Baby is a new destination venue within the emerging, gritty, and authentic Kowloon neighbourhood of Jordan for Hong Kong’s uninhibited, burgeoning, and bold creative scene to enjoy live music and craft cocktails. Translated from the French ‘L’Enfant Terrible,’ the space provides a platform for local and visiting talent Read more [...]
Artyze, opened in 2015, is a private gallery that showcases unique and original collections. Its aim is to discover new and talented contemporary artists across nationalities or cultures, and bring fresh inspiration to Asia Pacific’s dynamic art scene.
Lala Curio is a home décor brand that specialises in playfully crafted furnishings, decorative objects, cloisonné tiles and wallpaper preserving forgotten arts. Started from specialists in rare imperial crafts, the family company evolved to become a leading manufacturing enterprise. This living family tale flourishes today with the creation of Lala Read more [...]