The restaurant with fine art on the menu

Good food and fine art come together at a Michelin-starred restaurant in Hong Kong that offers a feast for the senses and stomach.

Entering Duddell’s, a Cantonese restaurant based on the top two levels of Shanghai Tang Mansion in Hong Kong, is like being welcomed into the eccentric home of a reputable art collector. 

Patrons get to sample dim sum or popular local dishes deemed worthy of two Michelin stars, while gazing at the new art exhibitions regularly featured on both levels.  

“We don’t sell art directly to patrons, but we do introduce people to the galleries of participating curators”, Shormi Ahmed, head of art for Duddell’s, told FinanceAsia.  “Level three displays 19th and 20th century Chinese ink and brush art from the M.K. Lau...

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