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By Adele Wong | September 24th, 2015
  • Bar, Restaurant
  • HK Island, Quarry Bay
  • Address: G-2/F,23 Tong Chong Street,Quarry Bay
  • Website: https://www.facebook.com/MRMRSFOXHK/
  • Open Hours: Monday-Sunday, Lunch, Dinner
  • Capacity: 260
  • Open Since: August 1st, 2015
  • Phone: +852-2697-8500
  • Rating: 4
  • Cuisine: Western
  • Ambience: Fancy, Trendy

Private Event Space: Quarry Bay is boasting a fancy new space called Mr & Mrs Fox, owned by the mighty Swire Hotels group. The three-story bar slash restaurant slash private function venue is situated conveniently amongst the Island East office complex, drawing the work crowd for lunch and dinner.

Look & Feel: Dark, rustic and expansive—these three adjectives sum up the Mr & Mrs Fox experience. The ground floor bar is full of high tables for casual drinking and nibbling; the first floor is for intimate sit-down dining, and the top floor room and terrace is reserved for private bookings of up to 24 guests.

Meet the Chef: Chef Joey Sergentakis used to helm the kitchen at posh Cafe Gray Deluxe in The Upper House.

On the Menu: The menu depends on which floor you’re on. Playful Mrs Fox bar offers oysters, shellfish platters and light bites, while no-nonsense Mr Fox restaurant offers steaks and hearty seafood mains.

Mr Mrs Fox
Don’t be shellfish…

Jeng: The menu will evolve as MMF hones in on favorites and weeds out the rest, but for now you can’t go wrong with the generous charcuterie platters ($235 for five ppl), and the impressively priced bone-in strip ($285) and ribeye steaks ($410).

Not So Jeng: The sheer number of choices at MMF can get quite overwhelming, as the establishment seems gung ho on covering all bases. Hope you’re not indecisive!

Great For: MMF’s beautiful top floor looks like a promising space for private functions and celebrations. And if you’re a Quarry Bay office bee, now there’s a legit new lunch and post-work option.

FYI: The name Mr & Mrs Fox was inspired by a children’s book series (“Fantastic Mr. Fox”, anyone?), according to Swire Restaurant’s GM Willem van Emden who bestowed the name.

This writeup was based on a complimentary media tasting. The Loop doesn’t guarantee/sell restaurant review coverage. See our editorial policy here.