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 Fox Martini or a Madame Julep. The food selection ranges from charcuterie boards to lobster rolls and beef sliders, 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.
Dear guests, unfortunately minors are not allowed in Foxglove. The dress code at Foxglove is smart casual. No caps, no shorts and tank tops for men and no flip flops for men or women. Thank you for your understanding!
A very nice place for relaxing drinks and dinner. Good atmosphere with great service. Spent an evening with good music to round up the night.
A wonderful experience with the highest level of service I have experienced in Hong Kong. A true hidden gem that I will certain return to.
Nice place for drinks and get together. James Bond style decor and an overall cool place. Appetisers were not bad but the main courses were not so good.
Great attentive and friendly service! Looking forward to returning for the happy hour.
My first time here and I loved the happy hour!