Southern Soul Food: Opening this month, Graceland: Mong Kok serves up southern comfort food in a groovy setting. It has the only vinyl spinning jukebox in Hong Kong.
Look & Feel: Graceland: Mong Kok is as casual as it gets. It’s somewhere you’d stop by on your American road trip in between cities for some good ol’ comfort food. And that’s how it should be, since it’s inspired by southern soul dishes. There’s also a bar in the center of the restaurant which you won’t miss.
On the Menu: If you crave guilty pleasure American food as much as we do, then we have good news for you. The menu here offers all that you could want and more. We’re talking thick juicy burgers and crispy waffle fries. There’s hot dogs, chicken and dumplings, Mississipi catfish and deep fried chicken. For drinks, there’s an array of cocktails but let’s be real – it’s got to be the whisky for your food pairing. Do it the old country way and get your quality glass of fine bourbon. We hear the pecan pie themed espresso martini is a must-try too. There’s also coffee, tea, soda and lemonade for the non drinkers.
Great For: A casual hangout! Happy hours are also worth stopping for – food starts from HK$30 and cans from HK$35.
FYI: There’s takeaway and delivery options everyday from 6:00pm to midnight.
This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop HK will update this post once we’ve visited in person.