About the project
There’s a casual chic urban vibe to Alibi. Embedded in the heart of bustling Mongkok, guests are invited to “eat, drink and be social”. The semi-open Tapas style bar, is a hive of chefs in their element, creating a well-curated menu focusing on small plates designed for sharing, so dining in a small group allows for a wider experience, but equally couples or solo meo diners can enjoy mini tasters, rather than one main dish.
From breakfast to lunchtime tapas, afternoon delectables, to sundown nibbles or evening fun, plates are matched with an impressive array of wines and cocktails to suit every palette, every weary traveler or savvy local.
The design emphasizes the rawness and truthfulness of this part of town. Materials such as raw steel, reclaimed wood, and buffed concrete sit together to form a tapestry of texture, blended with rich leathers, printed hemp and patterned fabrics stitched in a contemporary clash from dog tooth check wools to Aztec prints.