Hong Kong’s Artichoke [canteen] is unlike anywhere else in the city. Found among the warehouses of Ap Lei Chau, this stylish restaurant in the South Island Cultural District is known for serving healthy, seasonal produce, while at the same time showcasing beautiful works of art. Artichoke [canteen] is located on the third floor of Harbour Industrial Centre on Lee Hing Street, only steps from the Lee Nam Road Industrial Area bus terminus for your travelling convenience.
Ap Lei Chau’s Artichoke [canteen] believes in providing diners with an experience that satisfies all the senses. Serving vegetarian delights, as well as fish and poultry dishes, Artichoke [canteen] is committed to giving diners a healthy and delicious alternative to the usual Hong Kong cuisine. The environment inside this restaurant – situated on the third floor of Harbour Industrial Centre on Lee Hing Street – is rustic and beautiful, reminding one of a chic cabin in an Alpine forest, a world away from the industrial warehouses just outside the premises.
Because Artichoke [canteen] uses seasonal produce whenever possible, the menu at Artichoke [canteen] is subject to change. However, you can expect dishes such as the wood-oven roasted chicken, Scottish salmon, homemade ravioli, wild mushroom risotto and spaghetti with mixed garden vegetables to grace the menu. For dessert, try out the creme brulee, the tiramisu or the tutti frutti, a seasonal fruit salad topped with a tasty natural quinoa syrup. Visit Artichoke [canteen] in Hong Kong’s Ap Lei Chau when you’re after something fresh and new – just make sure to book ahead to secure a table!
Nice environment and good services. It's a bit far from where it was original anticipated but overall experience is pleasant. Risotto and mushroom soup are recommended picks from menu.