Hong Kong bar reviewsi

Everything you need to know about Hong Kong’s best night spots, from local neighbourhood bars to the latest hipster hangouts. Whether it’s cocktails in Lan Kwai Fong or Soho or craft beers in Mong Kok and Tsim Sha Tsui, we provide unbiased reviews. 

  • This is Khan’s first new concept since his agave-drenched debut on Shin Hing Street, developed in partnership with Ajit Gurung, also of Coa and previously of Stockton and Lily & Bloom
  • The Thai Beef Salad uses a mix of beef, peanut, coconut, chilli, kaffir lime and rum, while other drinks include shiitake mushrooms and leeks

Extending the Alchemist group’s niche of pairing socially relevant events with food and drinks is its latest concept at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre


After Central cocktail bar J Boroski’s closure, Dining Concepts moved on with The Mixing Room – an ideal after-dinner, pre-party spot designed by Ashley Sutton

It is impossible to ignore the role garnishes play in perking up a drink’s IG postability – but now things have gotten so out of hand an anti-adornment backlash is brewing

COA showed that Hong Kong was indeed ready for tequila and mescal while Rosewood Hong Kong’s DarkSide’s allure regularly draws crowds away from Hong Kong Island

Wood Ear offers 400 rare whiskies from Scotland, Japan, and more, Brooklyn Yakuza is a stand-out izakaya and Quality Goods Club expertly blends fine dining, live music and cocktails

Sample three of Hong Kong’s best new cocktails: from one of Asia’s 50 Best Bars, one of the hottest of nightspots on Victoria Dockside and from a new Okinawan bar

Shaken, stirred or even left layered, the martini remains a classic – as seen in the latest crop of bars to specialise in it in the city, from Argo at the Four Seasons to Darkside at the Rosewood

We picked up a drink (or three) at the city’s hottest new nightlife hang-outs – from Argo at the Four Seasons to Kyle & Bain and Gagan Gurung’s latest venture Zzura

Molecular gastronomy was a thing back in the 90s, but now molecular mixology is trending – so what is it and how can it spice up your drink?

The promise of government assistance motivated owners to retain staff even after they were forced to shut for months due to the pandemic. However, red tape has made receiving the money a nightmare.


From a Zuma martini with a dash of Dijon mustard, to a drink at The Pottinger with a full moon inside, we dare you to give these quirky concoctions a try

The ‘Noma of bars’ is what Agung Prabowo promises Hong Kong as he leaves Asia’s 50 Best-winner The Old Man to launch new concepts The Penicillin and Dead &

Only 8 Hong Kong bars made this year’s Asia’s 50 Best Bars – so STYLE’s party animal mixed up this list of the city’s best overlooked venues that didn’t make the cut

If you’re down to socialising with a few friends at home or have started Zooming friends and family with a drink in hand, these are cocktails you can easily make

Aaron Chan reveals why he chose to open his whisky bar – which has a staggering range of entry-level drams and exclusive private bottles – in Hong Kong’s party district LKF

Hong Kong is the latest city hand-picked to host a Gucci Art Wall – and the installation – so now there’s a huge Harry Styles looming over party people in Lan Kwai Fong

Ashley Sutton’s tribute to the Art Nouveau era is carried through in meticulous detail, offering a gorgeous array of Tiffany stained glass lamps, tables and candle holders, with classic cocktails to match.

A key card gets you into a dimly lit retro looking bar, where transparent cocktails can be ordered from an invisible menu. However, the staff are young and inexperienced and some of the drinks could be larger.

Founded by two celebrated mixologists, Joe Villanueva and Sandeep Kumar, the bar’s regal interior sets the tone, and the signature cocktails focused on adding a Spanish twist to classic concepts, complements it perfectly.

In this generous space, patrons can choose from four craft beers from The Artist, a brand of artisanal beer from Belgium on sale here, but more choices are needed if it’s to compete in Hong Kong’s overcrowded craft beer market.

The ping pong ball drinking game at Pong is drawing the crowds eager to let down their hair after work, the signature cocktails look impressive, and there’s a striking neon feel to the place when the sun goes down. This bar’s a keeper.

Murray Lane may be away from your usual Central hangouts, but this bar at the new Murray Hotel is a perfect venue for a chilled after-work drink or even a relaxed business meeting. Food is served all day too.