Japanese-French Fare: Following the success of its Michelin-starred flagship in Tokyo, TIRPSE opened its doors in Hong Kong last year. The K11 MUSEA outpost serves innovative Japanese-French dishes that take fine dining to new highs.
Look & Feel: The restaurant design is inspired by a log cabin and it’s evident in the details, with the white wolf motif scattered throughout. Its sophisticated setting is not pretentious at all and the friendly staff will make you feel welcome from the moment you walk in. It’s the type of place you go for a celebration or a romantic dinner with your other half, thanks to its cozy and airy interiors. Plus, there’s a chic terrace that boasts incredible views of the city skyline. So be sure to grab a coffee or cocktail here after your meal!
On the Menu: The TIRPSE set menu rotates seasonally, offering the best of produce depending on the time of year. But one thing’s for sure – there’s no holding back when it comes to indulgence. Rest assured that everything on the menu by Chef Shimizu merges French dishes with the Japanese spirit of zeal and perfection. Its current summer lunch and dinner set menus showcase local produce and top-quality ingredients. For example, the squab with sansho pepper and the fresh asparagus are not to be missed. Missed it? Fret not, TIRPSE reinvigorates its menu regularly to spice up your palette year-round. Stay up to date with the latest menu to find what tickles your fancy.
FYI: TIRPSE also offers wine pairing options – a must for discerning diners!
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