Mrs. Pound is a speakeasy restaurant and bar tucked away in the hip neighbourhood of Sheung Wan. Mrs. Pound prepares her playful take on Asian street food in her secret spaced adored with memorabilia of her lovers and tokens of her extravagant life.
Mr. Ming is an avid fan of Chinese Art, a poet, a collector of historical artifacts, and a lover of food and wine. His passion in collecting is shown all over the restaurant where you see secret recipes showcased, the fine-detailed artwork and collection of coins emblazoned, and his personal selection of boutique wines on offer.
Mr. Ming's prestigious family lineage hails back to the Qing dynasty. His respect for traditions and his obsession with collecting valuables began at a young age as he started collecting items that he saw value in them. His prized recipe is the one of Peking duck, which has been passed down from his grandfather for generations and remained a family secret.
Foxglove is embodied by the character Frank Minza, a death-defying adventurer with a taste for rare spirits. His voice carries through from elements of design to the menu selection, evoking the golden age of aviation and travel by implementing a replica of a 1940s Gloster jet engine mounted behind the stage, and identifying cocktails by their era of time.
Frank's Library is brought to you by Frank Minza, the classic English gentleman who brought us Foxglove. Hidden away within the depths of Foxglove behind closed curtains and an elevator panel you will need to unlock, is Frank's secret alcove library.
Foodies in Hong Kong will salivate over the visually stimulating yet scrumptious treats and drinks at eat darling eat, a modern Chinese dessert laboratory that is poised to open in the heart of Causeway Bay - reminiscent of warm childhood memories, and evoke new, eclectic impressions. At eat darling eat, all delicious culinary creations are all about stimulating the senses, each of them made with utmost care and loving attention.
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Unit 803-805, 8/F Kowloon Centre, 33 Ashley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong