Built around an open kitchen, with booths and a sizeable bar area, Bread Street Kitchen is an ideal venue for a family lunch or relaxed evening out with friends. The menu features unpretentious, well executed British classics including shepherd’s pie, Eaton mess and sticky toffee pudding. The weekend brunch is not an endless buffet, but you can
Crafty Cow specialises in craft beer from around the world and it’s where you will want to head after a long day at work. This gastro pub has a menu that seems to fuse east and west, a direct reflection of the cuisines enjoyed by the owners as they grew up abroad.
A great bar, which although looks nothing special from the outside, has an incredible list of beers from across the world, very reasonably priced, good food, and attentive staff. A big hit with locals and expats alike. Also very welcoming to families and the outdoor area is good to let the little ones run about.
Located in the heart of Wyndham Street in Lan Kwai Fong, iconic landmark Solas has re-opened and is better than ever. New offerings include a mouthwatering menu of fresh pizza, pasta and a signature “All Foie Me” burger showcasing a double serving of seared foie gras and a 7 oz 100% Black Angus beef patty.
The Chop House is a gastro-bar from the Wooloomooloo group. It offers an array of international dishes with a contemporary spin, perfect for sharing, alongside craft beers and specialty burgers. Guests can enjoy mouthwatering fare in the social surroundings of large group tables, which adds to the urban and relaxed vibe. In addition to the lip-smacking
A no frills pub that serves food, and has outdoor seating that spills onto the pavement. Very popular with Happy Valley locals at the weekend and the perfect location for a quick pre-races pint or watching the world pass by, over a lingering drink on a hot summer’s evening.