Originating from Omotesando, Tokyo, THE MATCHA TOKYO promotes the matcha habit for the busy urbanite — creating the finest tea drinks with high-quality matcha beloved by tea drinkers worldwide. Now, THE MATCHA TOKYO launches its first dine-in café in Hong Kong at K11 Art Mall!
Alongside their signature matcha-based lattes and drinks, THE MATCHA TOKYO café also offers a selection of desserts and light meals to satisfy true matcha-lovers and tea-drinkers alike: Try the exclusive Matcha Avocado Smoothie, Matcha Latte Float with Hokkaido Milk Ice Cream, Matcha Mochi Croffle, and the Egg in the Cloud dish for a delectable matcha tea-time!
Want to kickstart your matcha journey? Find exclusive tea bowls and tea incense furnaces to elevate your brewing experience. Sourced from and crafted by renowned Japanese ceramicists and designers, these pieces extend THE MATCHA TOKYO’s vision of the ultimate matcha lifestyle to any who are interested.
Head to THE MATCHA TOKYO now for a relaxing matcha-inspired time!
THE MATCHA TOKYO
Location: B201, B2/F
Opening Hours: 11AM - 9PM
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IKEA’s BLÅHAJ Shark has made its way to Tsim SHARK Tsui! With eco-conscious home essentials, IKEA makes Swedish ‘Fika’ culture accessible to all in the form of a healthy and comforting home life.
The IKEA Bistro and Swedish Food Market offer a range of creative Swedish delicacies — such as the Shark-shaped bun, a Swedish-inspired blue and yellow sundae topped with macarons, and shrimp patties in the shape of Dala Horse. Visit IKEA now to begin your idyllic ‘Fika’ lifestyle!
Exclusive Opening Offer
Customers can redeem one free copy of the book This Is How We Live: Us & Our Planet (Chinese version) upon making any purchase and posting to social media with #IKEATsimSharkTsui !
*Limited supplies; on a first-come, first-served basis.
IKEA Tsim Sha Tsui Plan and order point
Opening Hours: 11AM – 9PM
Location: B204-B210, B2/F, K11 Art Mall
Hong Kong is a city pulsing with creativity at every corner — from neon signs lighting up chaotic streets to graffiti advertisements calligraphed on the walls of dim alleys. Taking our city as inspiration, Carnaby Fair proudly presents SUB(X)TURE, a multimedia showcase featuring 6 creatives from various fields. Taking in the majestic, the mundane, and everything in between, their diverse artworks hold an irreverent yet touching mirror to the very heart of Hong Kong.
Featured Artists / Original Artworks include:
• Pop artist Ernest Chang — debut visual installation in collaboration with McCafé
• Street painter The Plumber King — street calligraphy in collaboration with LALAMOVE
• Animator DaddyBoy® — cyberpunk VR game space
• DaddyBoy® x MARTELL — word art installation
• Illustrator SIUKINS — artistic interpretation of restaurant Ser Wong Fun, Hong Kong’s king of snake chowder
• Caricuratist Elphonso Lam — illustrations of classic Hong Kong comedies
• Founder of Neonlite HK Polly Chan — neon fixtures of Cantonese slang in collaboration with YAU
Explore the depths of Hong Kong culture at SUB(X)TURE today!
Date: 10 August – 18 September 2022
Location: G11 & G24, K11 Art Mall
Serving fragrant coffee on tap along with deliciously charcoal-grilled dishes, NINETYs has arrived at K11 Art Mall!
Sharing an Australian dining philosophy in a specialty coffee and fusion fine dining establishment, NINETYs is a casual café where guests can experience gastronomic craftsmanship inspired by the east and west.
Founded in 2018, the brand’s dedication to coffee has earned it the highest-scoring espresso blend in Hong Kong for its Fruity and Choco blends, along with multiple Latte Artist awards from all over the world. Offering new waves of coffee innovation from Australia as well as dining experiences, including the Batch Brew Coffee on Tap and its first ever charcoal-grilled menu, find your favourite cup of coffee at NINETYs today!
KLUB 11 Member Exclusive
Get a complimentary NINETYs 94 membership by simply presenting an eligible KLUB 11 membership card — you’ll get to unlock 10% off the main menu, drink menu, dine-in, take away, and retail items! Valid all day from Monday - Sunday only.
Location: G17A & G17B, G/F, K11 Art Mall
What is the value of studio painting at the dawn of Web3?
To digital native and Beijing-born, London-based artist Vivien Zhang, her paintings are a reflection of her multicultural background influenced by the digital and the virtual. The intricate layers and compositions of her paintings create titillating illusions, inviting us to get up close and reminding us of the importance of seeing art with our own eyes.
Artist Chris Huen, by contrast, once dreamt of being a comic artist — his paintings now capturing his spontaneous response of observing the world around him. Huen believes the art of painting creates a space for dialogue between history and our environment, a subject matter often depicted in his intimate paintings of his family and his immediate surroundings.
In this episode of K11 Konversations, the two London-based artists take us through their art, discuss the shortcomings of technology at a time of rapid digital transformation in studio practice, and the irreplaceable tactility of paint.
Chris Huen Sin Kan, Artist
Vivien Zhang, Artist
Denise Tsui, Managing Editor, CoBo Social
K11 Konversations: Painting In The Era Of Digital Transformation
Presented by K11 MUSEA
Hosted by CoBo Social
Supported by K11 Art Foundation