Nestled into the historic street of Upper Lascar Row, Mora embodies the surprising, harmonious capacities of contrasting ingredients and textures.
Mora’s hyper-seasonal menu is defined by the versatility of soy - a pinnacle ingredient that is pillar to Asian culinary tradition. Stemming from Chef Vicky Lau’s French x Chinese cooking roots, Mora’s dishes are categorised by texture with recipes that highlight precious ingredients through the manipulation of soy.
House-made soy products from milks to tofu, soy is presented as a foundational element of immense possibility to transform and transport other ingredients across the culinary spectrum.
Pairing the menu is a curated beverage list with wines, sakes and teas. A peaceful stroll in the neighbourhood becomes a transportive escape at Mora.
Mora is a place for hering and community, bringing together all minds to share in the diversity and tradition of what soy can bring to a curious palate.
At Mora we utilise a global perspective to introduce and preserve the cultural significance of soy in Asian cuisine. This dual perspective inspires the menu and environment.
As a totally immersive restaurant, Mora coexists within our neighbourhood community as a timeless establishment.
Through a marriage of time-tested traditions and modern technology, soy products including milks and tofu are made in-house using a carefully researched bean-to-pulp extractor specified to the culinary goals of our chef.
As the prime, multi-faceted ingredient, soy acts as a shepherd for the wide variety of dishes – a key carrier of subtle enhancements to flavour and texture. Discovering the results will be a surprise that pays tribute to the rich culinary history of the humble soy bean.
CHARACTERS of SOY
Subjected to 10% service charge
5 Courses Tasting Menu - HK$ 680 / person
6 Courses Tasting Menu - HK$ 1,080 / person
for reference only - contact us for more information
On May 11th, 2022
The Michelin Guide for selecting Mora in their monthly selection of newly open restaurant!
Check out the making process of our Hong Kong made Soy Milk
INFO & RESERVATION
(852) 9583 8590
40 Upper Lascar Row, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
CAR DROP OFF
Between 203 - 201 Hollywood Road
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Hollywood Terrace Wilson Parking
133-144 Hollywood Road
Feel free to contact our team for more info
$800 / 750ml bottle
(1 bottle bought from our list / 1 corkage waived)
Due to limited fridge space,
we don't recommend to bring your own cake.
For birthday cake celebration, visit our shop website.
Required 2 days in advance upon arrival
Small bouquet recommended
From April 21st until further notice
Tuesday - Saturday
Dinner: 18:00 - 21:00 (23:30 close)
Friday - Saturday
Lunch: 12:00 - 14:00 (15:30 close)
Closed on Sunday & Monday
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