Paid a few visits this past month. Super busy pub with large rectangular central bar that fills up quickly during peak times. Local brews on tap like Young Masters, HK Beer Co & Gwei-Lo. Import beers fill the remaining lines. Pub is British in execution, with large dining space with tables and booths. Food focus is heavy and particularly known for its pies, which are delicious. Attentive staff and overall good experience.
We visited this beer bar on 27.6.2014. Good location with a long beer bar and a separate counter for pies. The beer selection is impressive. The have around 15 beers on tap including 2 beers from HK breweries. The bottle list is very good including some rarities - Black Isle beers from Scotland, some good IPAís from Japan,....We will definitely come back.
My favorite place to drink when in Hong Kong. Tap list includes Spitfire, Boshops Finger, De Konnick, among others. The bottle list in mostly Belgian or English and not a high hopped US IPA in the bunch. Generally that would annoy me, but the beers they carry were mostly above average so I was happy to drink there all night long. Bartenders were friendly and spoke English well. Beers were served in proper glasses, though a bit cold (which seems normal for Hong Kong). Served a range of sandwiches and homeade english pies. Everything I had was fantastic. Looking forward to my next Hong Kong visit so I can stop back in for a pint.
Large British pub in the heart of Central usually filled with expats. Nice tap selection of solid European classics with decent glassware, as well as a few tasty guest taps from HK,/US/Japan/Australia. They also have an impressive international bottle list. Staff is not too knowledgeable but usually friendly. Good value during happy hour. Convenient location, opened for lunch.
TimE (316) Tokyo, Japan | November 22, 2010| Updated May 29, 2011
Expansive, well lite place with warm interior. Went for the Sunday Carvery/Brunch. Excellent food. Lots of UK bottles, including some Iíve never had. Reasonably priced. Draft is limited, but good for HK. Typhoon brewery from HK was on cask, but served too warm. Staff didnít know much about beer, but had a good chat with the knowledgeable manager Toby. Kids play room. Very family friendly. Perfect place to loose yourself on a Sunday afternoon. Better draft selection, better cask condition and more Ameican beers would help though.
Visited in November 2015. This was the biggest of the bars that I visited in Hong Kong. Crowded and noisy on a Friday night. The selection was good, both locals and from other countries. The service was decent.
The best place, as far as I can tell, for beer in Hong Kong,including rare local micros by Typhoon Brewery. Friendly knowledgable English-speaking staff. Lengthy beer list. Good prices during Happy Hour. The food we tried was good - charcuterie board. Beer served at proper temperature. Right near the Graham Street wet market. Recommended.
Nice place with a vibe vaguely like a modern English gastropub. Good food, reasonably good service (my waitress completely failed to understand the question "which Typhoon beer is this?", despite repeated attempts), and a good selection of beers. They have a seasonally rotating choice of Typhoon on cask, plus a big list of other beers, including some US imports from Hopleaf. They seem to have three house Globe beers in bottle, but did not have time to check it out any closer.
A kind of cross between a bar and an English gastropub style venue, this is a pleasant place to drink beer. The beer selection was excellent, a long tap list with a couple of good ones and a very long bottle menu including some good Japanese stuff. Food looked decent enough.
Easily the best place to have a beer in Honkers. From memory 16-odd taps and whilst nothing super geeky very solid and reliable. Bottle list is very good but expect to have a few stockouts. Mostly expat crowd but neither a negative or positive. Pricing in line with other venues.