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Andy Warhol made fine art accessible to everyone and this is exactly what Popsy Modern Kitchen aims to do with their gourmet French cuisine. At this stylish fine dining restaurant on Wellington Street in Central art and food combine together for an unforgettable dining experience, here you can enjoy beautifully crafted dishes surrounded by regularly changing art exhibitions. Appealing to Hong Kong’s art connoisseurs and gourmands alike, book ahead to guarantee a table at Popsy Modern Kitchen.
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Disappointed! Informed me 1 week ago for renovation, it made me very difficult to find another restaurant to celebrate my husband B'day on Saturday night. I don't think popsy renovation is a hurried decision.
We went for Sunday brunch and overall the food and service was great. All the staffs were really courteous, attentive and polite. The food was great but nothing to WOW upon. However, if you have previously went on online and Openrice for pictures and reviews, it might be different than what you expect. Instead of a buffet table of appetizers and desserts for the brunch menu, the appetizer and dessert were actually served on a platter directly to your table. Guess i also should've called to double check if they were still serving the same menu. When we got to the restaurant, we were actually deciding if we should leave as it looked nothing like the pictures on their website and it seemed like the restaurant was under renovation. It turns out that there was a private event later that evening and they had blocked up the majority of the restaurant for set-up with partitions forcing the remaining tables into one small area. Luckily the entire time we were there there were only two tables. The ambience was very quiet and quite gloomy (even though there were windows there wasn't much sunlight in the restaurant. Like other reviewers' comments, there are a lot of different options if you are spending $500-600 per head for lunch. It is worth a try, but I probably won't be going back in the near future.
The place is nice and quiet! Good for a talk over dinner table and the service is excellent! entree and mains are good too! The only let down is their dessert plates! They are rather average!
Take a look at Popsy Modern Kitchen’s chef’s menu, tasting menu, and a la carte menu!With its minimalistic white walls adorned with art and intricate flower arrangements, taking a trip to Popsy Modern Kitchen on Wellington Street feels more like visiting a gallery than a restaurant, if the art gallery had its own team of talented chefs dishing up delicious French-inspired cuisine, that is. Like its surroundings, the creativity is continued on the menu at this Central Hong Kong restaurant and you’ll find a range of inventive choices, designed to take diners on a journey and all beautifully presented just like little edible works of art.
Start with the crispy volcano egg with parsley breadcrumbs, sauteed mushrooms, asparagus puree and crispy purple potatoes before sinking your teeth into one of Popsy Modern Kitchen’s signature mains. These include pan-seared grouper with oyster crushed potatoes, seaweed and masala butter, and crispy pork with apple puree, mashed potatoes, crispy pork crackling and apple cider gravy. Seats are limited Popsy Modern Kitchen – book ahead for a special fine dining experience in Central Hong Kong.