Maximal Concepts and Mandarin Oriental launched The Aubrey, an eccentric izakaya that completely transformed Mandarin Oriental’s 25th floor and enriched the Hong Kong dining experience. Izakaya is Japan’s take on the pub – that place you go to unwind with friends or colleagues over a fine selection of drinks and food that inevitably makes you more open and susceptible to enjoyment. The Aubrey’s concept was inspired by the combination of the unique vibe of Japanese izakayas in Ginza, Hong Kong’s cultural diversity, and the zero-waste philosophy.
The Aubrey comprises a vibrant combo of three distinctive bar experiences, a drawing-room, and a curio lounge. The Main Bar is where the renowned drinks professional Devender Sehgal and his team offer a selection of cocktails, including signature cocktails inspired by the game of chess. The four-person Omakase Cocktail Bar reinvents the omakase experience where the customer lets the chef select and serve seasonal specialties. The Champagne and Sake Bar pays homage to the ancient traditions of oysters, champagne, and sparkling sake.
Chef Yukihito Tomiyama is in charge of specialties crafted with decades of core Japanese cooking experience. His raw, tempura and robata dishes, world-class sushi, sashimi, and more prepared by honoring traditional techniques will take you on a journey through the vastness of Japan’s delicate culinary prowess. The Aubrey has the food, the drinks, the atmosphere, even the view – you just have to bring your own company (if even that!).
Check out the à la carte and cocktail menus here!
The Aubrey is so vibrant and pleasant in its approach to hospitality that tourists will feel like they found a home away from home, and locals like they entered another, very welcoming world.
Both locals and tourists on "the journey of a hungry mind!"
The team behind The Aubrey set the goal of becoming a pioneer and educator when it comes to sustainable, zero-waste hospitality, which is something we applaud! With great reputation comes great responsibility, and these artisans of cuisine and design are using their powers for good.
Lunch: 12-2:30pm (daily)
Cocktail: 12pm-midnight (Sun-Wed)
Dinner: 6-10pm (daily)
Child policy: Kids aged 6-17 are only allowed before 7pm
Dress code: Smart-casual
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