Custom-designed, copper pendant lighting set amidst a variety of tribal fabrics and tweed-clad armchairs bring a fresh, modern feel to the lively Mongkok neighbourhood scene, with a surprisingly cosy yet spacious feel to the new 140-seat urban-designed venue.
Crafted by Kiwi Chef de Cuisine, Tim Bruges, Alibi’s all day menu includes seasonal amuse-bouches, small and large plates, iced seafood on hammer-finished stainless steel wells, charcuterie, cheeses, and a selection of desserts for sharing, with each dish using homegrown, homemade and imported ingredients from Asia, Italy and Spain.
Behind the bar, homegrown, young mixologist Leo Cheung offers a dynamic menu of his handcrafted cocktails by reinventing classic flavours. His signatures include The Alibi, a mixture of Talisker Whisky, Pimm’s no. 1, Sloe Gin, Drambuie and Montenegro bitters, Alibi’s Sakura with vanilla and peach vodkas, Sakura liqueur and freshly squeezed grapefruit and lemon juice, and Lonely Holiday, a twist on a classic combining Islay Whisky, Calvados, sweet Vermouth, Drambuie and orange bitters, served with a stick of lemongrass incense. Cocktails are presented in carefully thought-out glassware to bring the drinking experience to life.
Alibi offers guests a selection of fine wines from both the old world and new, with a focus on 30 Champagnes from small growers, and whites.