A beautifully designed 7,000 square foot space, our K11 store is not simply a pale imitation of our flagship in Piccadilly. Instead, visitors will discover products and services exclusive to Hong Kong, along with all the things Fortnum’s is known and loved for, including tea, biscuits, preserves, marmalade, champagne, chocolates and wine. And of course, our famous hampers have made the journey too, soon to be a welcome sight on junk boats, or on picnics up the Peak. Who knows – our wickers tend to get around, you know.
A fragrant tea for a Fragrant Harbour, our new Musea blend is bespoke to Hong Kong and comes in a caddy designed by celebrated contemporary artist Zhang Enli. Meanwhile from 11am, freshly baked biscuits will be available in-store for the very first time, ensuring visitors can partake in the highly important and historic tradition of Elevenses.
Opening in time for Christmas, we are of course bringing all of our festive magic to Hong Kong, from hampers, champers, whiskey and Madeira to glorious gifts, crackers and decorations.
Upstairs, visitors will discover a bar, restaurant and tea salon – heralded by beautiful and intricate wallpaper by English artist Melissa White – which will open later this November.
Here we will be serving lunch, dinner, and naturally, our Afternoon Tea. Hong Kong is a place where Afternoon Tea has long been enjoyed. Around the time that Afternoon Tea became fashionable in England, foreign concessions were being brought to Hong Kong during British rule.
Of course, they’ve had to wait almost a century for the very best.