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COBO HOUSE by 2am:dessertbar

by Simon Yuen on Feb 22, 2016 in Interiors
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COBO HOUSE by 2am:dessertbar will start business next month in Hong Kong

Located in Shek Tong Tsui, COBO HOUSE by 2am:dessertbar is going to kick off next month, serving sweets and savoury. The restaurant has been created in collaboration with Janice Wong, winner of ‘Asia’s Best Pastry Chef’ for two years in a row.

Charcoal Plum Mantou

The restaurant boasts 3,000 sq-f that spans across two floors and offers 82 seats. The dining room on the ground floor is clad in a clean palette to let the art pieces take the spotlight, no matter if they are on the plate or hanging on the wall.

Salty Italian and Chicharrons

To witness the process of making desserts, guests can go to the bar table which offers a few seats. The ambience of the interior is completed with a set of contemporary, tram-inspired brass chandeliers that pay tribute to the city's heritage. Beautifully crafted lamps at the reception help to create a touch of an artisanal vibe as well.

Upstairs is an exhibition room and a dining room, which are both fully equipped with necessary electronic devices for multimedia exhibitions.

Cassis Plum

"I am honoured to work with the professional team behind COBO HOUSE by 2am:dessertbar. They are full of passion and I believe the huge dessert-loving crowd in Hong Kong will revel in our creativity. I am very excited about the new opening as I will be able to design new sweet and savory dishes with the team," says Janice Wong, culinary consultant of COBO HOUSE by 2am:dessertbar.

Tsujirihei Green tea tart

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