Craft Beer and Fondue: WOFT is one of Mong Kok’s latest craft beer digs, situated on the ground floor of restaurant-lined Yim Po Street.
Look & Feel: We’re talking a spacious open-front, bronzy metals, tall bar stools, closely packed tables and a jovial alfresco vibe.
On the Menu: Naturally, the beers are the highlight at WOFT, and the bar stocks pilsners from Germany, ales from Japan, lagers from New Zealand as well as homegrown brews like Moonzen and Nine Dragons.
Jeng: With such a diverse selection of beers on offer, it’s your own fault if you can’t find something you like. But if you’re actually here for the food, the gooey fermented bean curd fondue ($178) is unusually and extremely satisfying.
Not so Jeng: If you think you’re going to get discounted Kowloon pricing, think again. The beers here cost around $60 to $80 per bottle.
Service: The staff knows the menu, and will eagerly recommend different dishes to pair with your beer – or your mood.
Great For: An after-work hangout, a light and boozy meal.
FYI: WOFT stands for Wolf’s Loft!
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