More about the restaurant: Foxglove
For diners looking for an extra touch of class, Foxglove in Hong Kong’s Central is a must-visit. This restaurant takes inspiration from days gone by, with speakeasy-style decor that gives the space a cool 1920s vibe. It ’s worth making a trip to Foxglove for the cocktails alone – we can highly recommend taking a sip of the Peaky Blinders Old Fashioned or the Rosalee. The cuisine is created by Chef Tony Hung who has refreshed the menu with a delicious fare of Cantonese dining, so whether you want something small to accompany your drink, or you’re going in for a big meal, you’ll surely find something you like at Foxglove. Make your way to the Printing House on Duddell Street for an evening of timeless elegance.
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Dear guests, unfortunately minors are not allowed in Foxglove. The dress code at Foxglove is smart casual. No caps, no shorts or tank tops for men and no flip flops for men or women. Thank you for your understanding!
Named after the poisonous flower, Foxglove is one of most exclusive and sought-after jazz lounges in Hong Kong. Inspired by Frank Minza’s elegant bars of the 1950s, this luxurious bar is the perfect place to relax, unwind and indulge in a tipple of two. Located in the Central district, Foxglove is hidden from plain sight, tucked away behind an umbrella boutique with a secret entrance and all – speakeasy style. With live jazz, blues and soul music from Tuesday to Saturday and an extensive cocktail selection, this is the place for music and beverage aficionados looking for a mighty fine time.
Speaking of the cocktails… the menu has been carefully curated by mixologist Derek Tsui and features Golden Age cocktails reminiscent of this bygone era. Think drinks like the iconic New York Sour, Old Fashioned and the Jasmine Paloma, which go down perfectly with a little something off the Foxglove bar snacks menu. If you’re after something more substantial, try the dug leg confit, ginger shrimp ravioli or Frank’s catch of the day. Oh, and be sure to keep an eye out for the rare selection of cognac and spirits that have been bottled and aged for over half a century – yes, you read that correctly. Whether you’re in for a glass of wine, cocktail, meal or something stronger, Foxglove Hong Kong will leave you dreaming of a time gone by, in all the right ways. You’ll find Foxglove in Central along Duddell Street in the Printing House, where the Mad Men Happy Hour runs from 5 - 8pm Monday to Friday and is a very merry time indeed.