Bo Innovation (Bo Innovation 摩廚)

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Shop 13, 2/F, J Senses, 60 Johnston Rd
+852 2850 8371
Molecular Gastronomy, Chinese
$ $ $ $
Mon–Fri: Noon–2:30 PM Sat: 7:00 PM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • the temple of molecular gastronomy in Hong Kong! Prepare to be dazzled!
  • Molecular xiao lung bao is very nicely made. A classic demonstration of molecular cuisine.
  • One of the best restaurants I've ever been to. Get ready for an absolutely fabulous gastronomic experience. Expensive, but totally worth it: the food is from out of this world.
  • WIFi name: bowifi-guest, password: boinnovation
  • Like the new direction. Modern Asian foods with a western twist (mui choy ice cream with foie anyone?) food is pricey but the experience is worth every cent.
  • I really enjoyed X-treme Chinese Cuisine in 5/4 2010. Michelin started restaurant. My faves were Molecular and Dead garden. Glass of wines are a bit expensive. See the link for the photo.
  • not really a go-to place, recommend for the curious
  • the egg waffles are studded with 36-month Iberico ham and a dash of mustard powder. Gimmicky? Yes. But were not complaining.
  • I found the dishes a bit tacky, and everything tried too hard to incorporate some HK history. Service was off. Felt like a tourist coming here. Definitely not a 3-star, though a few dishes were good.
  • Amazing experience with 3 Michelin star. Our dinner was full and unique
  • After desserts & before you leave the restaurant, they'll roll out the sweets trolley. Besides the creamy Rabbit brand milk candy, I also enjoyed the winter melon jelly
  • Dinner degustation menu for Feb 2017. 10-course for HKD 2,100 per person; 14-course for HKD 2,500. Wine pairing (7 wines) HKD 1,380; Sommelier Ming Ng picked top-notch velvety wines
  • Incredible meal, you can feel the creativity and detailed thoughts the chef put into every dish. This is way beyond the taste, recommend you to try the blue menu!!
  • Great flavors combined with the history of Hong Kong; playing on nostalgia for those who grew up with these Oriental influences
  • Great marriage of Cantonese food and molecular gastronomy. Some real flavor bombs here - Toro with noodles and dried shrimp oil, spherified cha siu bao, caviar on taro nest.
  • Mind blowing AND delicious, every single time. Never fails to delight.
  • A dessert that resembles the famous Taiwanese pastry, pineapple cake. Blew my mind
  • pure gimmicks. street food probably tastes better
  • Phenomenal meal, but not mind-blowing. However, it was a nice stroll down memory lane with one classical HK Cantonese dish after another done in a molecular way. Not sure I'll go back though.
  • Unthinkable combination for different kind of "material", seafood is especially delicious !