I visited this place before Beertopia HK and was thoroughly impressed with the place. A massive bottle list and some nice rotating beers on tap. The service staff was very attentive and the meat and cheese platter we tried was excellent with our beers. Highly recommended on Hong Kong visits.
very nice english pub a little off the beaten track.
service was outstanding, didnt have to ask for more, wait staff was friendly and could answer questions about the different offerings, even allowed samplings for the tap before buying a pint.
selection is probably the best in hong hong, i counts 12 taps and a least 50 bottles from all around the world, lots of english types.
the food was great, had a meat pie with wedges and it was outstanding.
happy hour is from 9:30am till 8:30pm, and the prices are resonable, after HH then the price goes up $10 to $20 HK.
overall a great place that i would recommend to anyone.
A true standby in the Hong Kong beer scene. After the move and expansion to Graham Street a few years back, The Globe has gone from strength to strength as a more upscale English-style gastropub. Super-friendly staff, especially given Hong Kong’s notoriously low standards of service in restaurants. Great selection of 100+ bottles and a handful of dedicated craft taps, as well as a better-than-usual selection of macros like Budvar. Food has become a bit pricey but the pies are to die for. A top place to watch Premier League or cricket matches, too.
Big basement space with a lot of blonde wood. Lots of variety: bar seating, booths, communal tables, private tables and a lounge area with sofa. 18 taps with a rotating selection of about 6 craft beers, including local brews from Young Master. The remaining taps include some well-chosen mainstream beers like Old Speckled Hen, Murphy’s, Budvar. Craft bottle selection is large and well-chosen with plenty of variety from Belgium, US, Japan, NZ, Australia, UK, Italy. Food is British style and very good; meat pies are handmade on site. Service is generally friendly but sometimes a bit harried at busy hours. Good value for Hong Kong, especially before 8pm when there is a discount. Probably the best all-around bar in town.
Very nice place located in Honk Kong island (central). 18 taps among which 6 or 7 craft: the selection is good and you can find local beers (I tasted the pale ale). Food is good and they have also brunch menu.
Good selection of bottles. Prices in line with other bars. It deserves at least a visit!
Can’t believe I’ve never reviewed the Globe. Up the hill from Central to the west. Great semi-British pub atmosphere. I’d say clientele runs about 70/30 expats to locals. Food is solid, English-focused (daily pie menu is awesome). Beer selection, for HK, is stellar (albeit probably lagging by US craft bar standards). Usually, grab a 750 or 2 of Saison DuPont and a pie and life is good. Last night, had a couple of Little Creatures Pale’s (I’ve never seen that outside of Australia) and a HK brewing real ale with my pork /apple/sage pie. awesome place that I never fail to spend a few hours in every time I visit Hong Kong.
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.
I visit this place whenever I pass by HK. The atmosphere is nice at any time and the selection is very good either on tap or bottle. Recommendable for those that visit central HK and want a good brew in a nice place.