New Table in HK: Arbor

We have a new restaurant in the centre of town that’s got people talking.  ‘Arbor’, meaning “tree” in Latin, opened a few weeks ago in the new creative hub for Central- H Queens. Unlike its sister restaurant ‘Epure’, a fine dining venue in Tsim Sha Tsui boasting a Michelin star, Arbor has gone in a different direction.  Whilst Epure focuses on being French contemporary and sourcing French products, Arbor looks more towards a fusion cuisine,  featuring high quality, raw Japanese materials.
Arbor is the result of a collaboration between chef Eric Räty, formerly of Cafe Gray, and Nicolas Boutin, chef of Epure, and brought about by Gourmet Dining Group.  The interior was done by renowned design firm Yabu Pushelberg, to create a relaxed space.  The menu is inspired by the forest, and gives a nod to the seasons of the year.
Having only been open for a few weeks, we can tentatively say it’s been a success, with not one bad review emerging in the press- get yourself on the list before word gets out!
For more info and to make bookings, visit their website.

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