Hong Kong City Guide

New Kennedy Town Happy Hour at Catch

 

Looking for a new spot for happy hour after work lately? Make sure to check out the Catch’s new happy hour. Located in a cozy neighborhood in Kennedy Town, the restaurateur Alex Malouf said that they are excited to share their new ultra-affordable happy hour offering (all drinks priced at HK$40 or less) with you, especially in their newly installed open-fronted seating.

Apart from providing the impressive wide range of wines, beers and ciders, the seafood-influenced restaurant is featuring their fresh Pint of Prawns with lemon aioli and a soy and ginger emulsion (HK$58/six pieces) which is perfect to pair with a cool bottle of Peroni (HK$40) or a glass of bubbles (HK$35) whilst knocking back Natural Daily Oysters (HK$18/piece). I simply cannot wait to take advantage of longer daytime and have cider (one of the best thing in summer!) in this lovely area!

Address: G/F 95 CATCHICK ST, KENNEDY TOWN, HONG KONG

Hours:

MONDAY - WEDNESDAY 6PM - 12AM

THURSDAY & FRIDAY 12PM - 3PM & 6PM - 12AM

SATURDAY 9AM - 4.15 & 6 - 12AM

SUNDAY 9AM - 4.15 & 6 - 12AM

Tel. No.: 2855 1289

 

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5 Ways to Unwind in Hong Kong



Hong Kong is full of busy bees: you can tell by our glittering skyline at night—it's mesmerizing yes, but if you think about it, it's because so many of us are hustling overtime at the office! It’s time to reward ourselves and relax, spiritually and physically. Read on for the best, easy ways to unwind in this hectic city.​ 

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