About The Popsy Room
Nestled among the various art galleries and antique dealers that occupy Sheung Wan’s Upper Lascar Row, The Popsy Room is a concept restaurant and art gallery offering guests a multi-sensory experience. Immerse yourself in art at The Popsy Room as you browse the exhibitions that grace the walls while also experiencing art through the exquisite and beautifully presented French-inspired dishes on offer on the menu. To avoid disappointment, book beforehand.
- Monday 18:00 - 23:00
- Tuesday 18:00 - 23:00
- Wednesday 18:00 - 23:00
- Thursday 18:00 - 23:00
- Friday 18:00 - 23:00
- Saturday 18:00 - 23:00
- Sunday 11:30 - 15:00
A multi-sensory gallery experience, The Popsy Room is a haven for Hong Kong’s art lovers as well as foodies, featuring bespoke art exhibitions and galleristic dining. The degustation menu – available as an eight, six or four course dinner or a four course lunch – is as whimsical as the dining area itself, with French dishes inspired by the Sheung Wan gallery’s current exhibition and served creatively presented, like little edible works of art on a plate.
A unique concept in Hong Kong, located on Sheung Wan’s Upper Lascar Row, for a special dining experience head to The Popsy Room. Drawing in crowds of gourmands as well as art enthusiasts from all over the city-state, this exciting concept restaurant and art gallery can fill up quickly, so snag a table at The Popsy Room, by making a reservation in advance. With the exhibition and menu changing every three months, be sure to visit Hong Kong’s The Popsy Room on a regular basis and take advantage!
I booked the dinner for my father's birthday and the food is very good. The service perfect and just right. It's a perfect place for special occasion. I'm lucky enough that we are the only guests in the restaurant.
Wonderful Night! Nice services and the food were better than expected. Best for celebrating or group party. The artwork are fantastic and lovely. Highly Recommended.
Great concept about having diner in a gallery. Overall the food was nice but would expect more relation between each plate and the art pieces, and more explanation from the waiter.