- Bar, Restaurant
- Kowloon, Mong Kok
- Address: 5/F,555 Shanghai Street,Mong Kok
- Website: http://www.cordishotels.com/en/hong-kong/restaurants-and-bars/alibi-wine-dine-be-social/
- Open Hours: Monday-Sunday Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Drinks
- Capacity: 140
- Open Since: January 26th, 2023
- Phone: 3552-3028
- Rating: 4
- Cuisine: Asian, Fusion, Western
- Ambience: Casual, Trendy
Wine and Dine: A renovated restaurant at Cordis hotel (formerly Langham Place), Alibi – Wine Dine Be Social brings together a fun menu and handcrafted cocktails.
Look & Feel: The on-trend decor feels urban and industrial, thanks to metal lighting fixtures and faux cement walls, but it’s softened by pops of colorful pillows and Scandinavian furniture.
Meet the Chef: Chef James Oakley has worked in prestigious kitchens around the world, including London’s Restaurant Gordon Ramsay at the Claridges Hotel.
On the Menu: There’s a little bit of everything on offer here: the common ground is the whimsically intricate presentation. The Misty Forest is to be taken literally, with a plate of pickled forest mushrooms served with a trail of vapor rising out of the plate. Then there are the Scotch quail eggs offered on top on an edible fried leek nest. All the plates are sharing-friendly.
Service: Everything seems to be working smoothly on this front: expect to get exceptionally great service from the bar manager.
Jeng: What we like most about Alibi is that it does not feel like your regular old hotel bar. It’s really welcoming and seems to draw a young after-work crowd. The cocktails stand out, thanks to a bartender who takes great care to recommend a personalized drink and then walks through a detailed lineup of the ingredients.
Not So Jeng: It’s not as easy to find something more easygoing on the menu — but that’s not what you’re here for anyway.
Great For: After-work drinks, big group get-togethers.
FYI: Cordis has remodeled almost the entire hotel, so check out the new rooms and club lounge while you’re there.
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[Updated June 2017]