Hong Kong is known for its acronyms, such as FILTH - Failed in London, Try Hong Kong. And then there's the lesser known SNOB - Series Nobodies Outside Britain. New Zealanders have been taking it on the chin this week, as the Aussies taunt them with KIWI - Keen Individual Without Intelligence. Wagyu in Wyndham Street is a popular bar/restaurant with visiting Wallabies, Hong Kong-based Australians and the populace per se. It has not remained unscathed in the acronym stakes: 'Watching Australians Get Yucked Up.' 'Maybe that's because there aren't too many Kiwi bars in town,' laughs Wayne Parfitt, who, with brother, Brian, started in the Hong Kong restaurant business in the early 1990s. From one small pizza bar, Pepperonis, in Sai Kung, the two have built up a veritable empire of over 55 restaurants across Hong Kong, Vietnam, Japan and Australia. Despite living here for around 20 years, the Parfitts are still proudly Australian, with close ties to the Wallaby camp. Laying on hospitality is in the DNA of restaurateurs, and this week the Parfitts have been keeping the Wallabies well fed while showing them a side of Hong Kong that they might not have seen before. So it was a welcome respite for Parfitt to sit down yesterday and enjoy the premium pre-match hospitality in the tents opposite the stadium with former Wallaby Greg Cornelsen and a few close mates. 'There are over 40 in the squad up from Australia heading onto Europe, so we've been helping keep those not selected for the Bledisloe entertained. We took some of them out to our beach club in Sai Kung one day for lunch and a swim. We hosted them at Wagyu one night, which has become a tradition for the team and they've enjoyed our new bar/restaurant in SoHo as well. 'As far as we're concerned, the Wallabies are the best team on the planet and we love to help them enjoy their time here,' Parfitt said.