Amongst the plethora of antique shops and art galleries around Man Mo temple, one corner building strikes out, especially when looking inside the glass windows: the whole space is covered with artwork set amidst the elegant restaurant setting. At Bibo, the embodiment of understated luxury is a dynamic, groundbreaking realisations of art in all forms — on the wall, on the plate and in the cocktail glass. After entering via a discreet sliding door and descending a flight of stairs, a bohemian-artist world awaits. The design cleverly merges an abandoned tramway company with the work of internationally acclaimed artists, creating the perfect canvas for the unique experience to unfold. Brought together in a space where street art meets fine dining, Bibo evokes a 1930s feel of form and function. From the arched ceiling corners and brass pipes to Versailles style French oak parquet and stone slab dining tables, Bibo’s commitment to French Art Deco is unparalleled. Diners can enjoy the very best of seasonal French gastronomy alongside the works of some of the world’s most renowned artists like Banksy, Damien Hirst, Daniel Arsham, Jeff Koons and Aya Takano, to name but a few. Executive Chef Mutaro Balde, from revered kitchens of three Michelin-starred Alain Ducasse and Joel Robuchon, leads the culinary team in serving his take on ‘fine dining’ with a strong focus on technique, outstanding ingredients and a vow to delivering culinary perfection. Every dish from each of the seasonal menus pays homage to the traditions of French cuisine.