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New dining and social destination Forty-Five is opening in Landmark this month!

By Celia Lee 30 March 2023

Header image courtesy of Forty-Five

It’s all eyes on Landmark this season as the luxury retailer welcomes a new spot to see and be seen. Forty-Five, the newest hospitality venture between Leading Nation and Hongkong Land, strives to elevate the prestigious mall to further heights with its gastronomic and lifestyle offerings. Here’s what we know so far about Forty-Five in Landmark.

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Reception. Photo: Forty-Five

Located on the top floor of the Gloucester Tower, Forty-Five houses four new restaurants and an exclusive cultural and creative space, The Gloucester Arts Club, plus common areas boasting designer interiors. On the aesthetics and design of Forty-Five, Leading Nation’s co-founders, Gerald Li and Kevin Poon, have endeavoured to create a space where the distinct interior concepts of fine dining, culture, lifestyle, and business converge, leading to their collaboration with locally and internationally renowned design studios to create bespoke interiors for each restaurant as well as the common areas within Forty-Five.

The Merchants. Photo: Forty-Five

Guests arriving at Forty-Five will be greeted by at the reception before being directed to your chosen establishment. As a fine-dining destination housing the best culinary offerings, Forty-Five restaurants showcase cuisines ranging from Shanghainese to French.

The Merchant serves traditional dishes from Shanghai, Jiangsu, and Zhejiang with an innovative contemporary twist, alongside stunning views of the iconic Victoria Harbour in a cosy, chinoiserie interior. It will be the first to open with a late March launch. Reservations are now available on the restaurant’s official website—click here.

Cardinal Point takes your classic alfresco restaurant and bar to the next level with panoramic views of Hong Kong’s skyline complete with laid-back ambience. Themed around travel and exploration, expect an international menu here. Made up of a restaurant, lounge, and sky terrace, this will be the latest chic venue for a late-night tipple accompanied by music from the resident DJ. Cardinal point is due to soft open in early to mid-April.

Cardinal Point rooftop terrace. Photo: Forty-Five

Kaen Teppanyaki will redefine the teppanyaki scene in Hong Kong with its steakhouse menu. Prepared with teppan and binchō-tan techniques, expect the finest seasonal ingredients from Kaen’s open kitchen. A soft opening is scheduled for April.

Set to soft open in the summer, The Cristal Room by Anne-Sophie Pic is a collaboration between the most decorated female chef in the world and luxury house Baccarat. Seating 40 diners at a time, The Cristal Room offers an exclusive fine-dining experience complete with interiors designed by Gilles et Boissier, a prestigious Paris-based design studio.

The Gloucester Arts Club is a members-only space for creatives and entrepreneurs to come together and exchange thoughts and ideas on a spectrum of arts and cultural topics through tailored events and exclusive experiences. It will soft open in the summer.

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Cardinal Point rooftop bar. Photo: Forty-Five

Hong Kong has no doubt reaffirmed its status as an international arts and events hub through various international events at the start of this year. Forty-Five rides on this wave of excitement and showcases the city’s diverse culinary scene alongside its cultural accomplishments, adding gastronomy to its diverse title. Watch this space for more news.

Forty-Five, 45/F, Gloucester Tower, Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

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Celia Lee

Staff writer

Born and raised in Hong Kong and educated in the UK, Celia is passionate about culture, food, and different happenings in the city. When she’s not busy writing, you can find her scouting for new and trendy restaurants, getting lost in a bookstore, or baking up a storm at home.

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