Marked by an understated neon sign, Okra’s fast-rising prestige and reputation for being a culinary hotspot – an extension of Okra 1949 in Beijing – has been earned through the team’s delicate execution of progressive Japanese cuisine.
This has been our new favourite place to drop in for an after-work beer or cocktail at their super-chill tropical bar, followed by a taste of Indonesia’s best in the dining room next door.
Finding out that they bake their bread in-house with a dark ale and that they have a 25-strong bottled beer list was all we needed to hear to check out chef Nathan Green’s acclaimed eatery.
“Demon Chef” Alvin Leung has played around with traditional Korean recipes, but the heart of the concept is simple: good beats, delicious food and cold beers.
Flip cup, beer pong, arcade games and billiards, all under one roof in an exciting new venue that’s sure to get everyone highly competitive – and buzzed.
Chef-owner Taran Chadha brings Asian fusion cuisine to a spicier level in this unpretentious little nook on Sai Ying Pun’s favourite cul-de-sac.
Beer pong, a long line of 20 taps and a friendly service team makes for a rowdy night out with friends – we’d love to see more non-commercial brews on the menu, though.
Don’t let its demure exterior fool you – with two separate kegerators and a cold room to serve their brews on 26 taps at three different recommended temperatures, this may be Hong Kong’s most sophisticated beer bar yet.
Founded by a group of friends with a mutual love of great beer, this humble tapas bar and lounge is a must-visit when in Macau.
The biggest Beef & Liberty truly shines in a sprawling 4,700sqft Lan Kwai Fong space. With an outdoor terrace, high ceilings, an expanded bar experience, live DJs on the weekends and much more, it’s a wonderful bar option in the heart of Lan Kwai Fong.