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Humbert & Poyet design latest Beefbar in Hong Kong

by Sophie Cullen on Mar 7, 2016 in Interiors
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Photo by Jonathan Maloney

Photo by Jonathan Maloney

With franchises across the globe, Beefbar has landed in Hong Kong, with design by internationally-renowned architects Humbert & Poyet

Already a well-known fixture in Mexico, Moscow and Mykonos, The Monaco Restaurant Group’s signature concept serves up high quality meats in collaboration with LAI SU MANAGEMENT.

Humbert & Poyet has created the perfect design for the Hong Kong version of Beefbar, utilising impeccable lines and fine materials to create a timeless atmosphere inside the 92-seat restaurant. Warm colours and mood lighting are combined with refined and raw elements such as leather, white marble and amber copper.

Photo by Jonathan Maloney

Photo by Jonathan Maloney

 

At the centre of the restaurant is the famous Raw Bar where carpaccios, tartares and tiraditos are made-to-order in front of guests. A cocktail bar and an intimate terrace also offer guests a place to retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Every design detail is a strong statement of what Beefbar cuisine stands for: excellence, bold and pure. These are features that the Chef, Andrea Spagoni, with his 20 years of experience, will implement in order to offer a unique dining experience to customers.

Photo by Jonathan Maloney

Photo by Jonathan Maloney

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