Art takes centre stage in Hong Kong this spring, as the city plays host to Art Basel and a cornucopia of other cultural shows and events. To celebrate this kaleidoscope of creativity, one of the city’s most consistently imaginative restaurants, Felix at The Peninsula Hong Kong has unveiled a special art-inspired tasting menu that takes guests on a multisensory journey to culinary nirvana. Following on from last year’s much-praised menu based on some of the world’s most influential artworks, Felix’s Chef Yoshiharu Kaji has dreamed up a five-course dinner inspired by a variety of creative pursuits, from art and music to perfumery and architecture, as well as some of the world’s most fascinating cultures. This extraordinary menu is available from 6 pm each night in March and April 2015. The five-course meal by Chef Kaji is a feast for the eyes and senses. For example, the opening course, “England and Music”, puts a clever spin on two British comfort food classics while paying homage to the country’s influence on popular music. As well as Chef Kaji’s interpretation of the Scotch egg and cheese and bacon muffin, the dish also features several subtle references to a certain famous foursome from Liverpool and the Union Jack. For those who choose the wine pairing option, this is complemented by a glass of Ridgeview Knightsbridge 2010, a delightful English sparkling wine. Discover more creative food by Chef Kaji for this special offer on hongkong.peninsula.com.