A restaurant inspired by street art and Parisian glamour


A French restaurant in Hong Kong offers more than just amazing gastronomy – it provides an immersive creative experience by famous artists.

Design agency Substance has given Bibo a unique interior design, inspired by the glamour of 1930s Parisian saloons.

Work by renowned artists, such as Banksy, JR, and Damien Hirst, cover the restaurant from floor to ceiling, transforming Bibo into an elegant and bohemian ‘abandoned French tram station’.

Creative director of Substance, Maxime Dautresme, says, “we wanted to connect the decade, street art and gastronomy. Street artists often begin their careers spray-painting trains and trams”.

Discover this amazing restaurant here and tell us if you would like to visit.

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