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By Ashley Soo | April 20th, 2022
  • Bar
  • Central, HK Island, SoHo
  • Address: 62 Peel Street, Central
  • Website:
  • Open Hours: Monday-Sunday
  • Open Since : April, 2022
  • Phone: 6144 7956
  • Rating: 4
  • Cuisine: Bar
  • Ambience: Casual

From Award-Winning Craft Brewery To Bar: Directed by the award-winning Yardley Brothers Craft Brewery, Yardleys Café, Bistro and Bar brings local brews that were once exclusive in Lamma Island into the heart of the city, Soho, Central.

Look & Feel: The house has put extra effort into its interior to make its guests feel home. It is instantly noticeable with its bespoke furniture designed by Hardwood HK, a woodworking studio enchanted with an architect’s instinct. Each tabletop, made from solid oak and ashwood, is completed with a “Y” brass logo inlay in the middle, showcasing the studio and bar’s meticulous attention to detail. The bar’s taste is also reflected in the William Morris wallpaper that screens the interior of its site.

On The Menu: You might want to start planning your second or even third visit upon arrival. Serving 14 different taps freshly from the American Oak Bourbon Barrels, Yardleys presents the best award-winning Yardley Brothers Limited releases, barrel-aged selections and its all-time favourite ales, sours, stouts and lagers; as well as featuring 2 hand-pumped real ales and 2 guest taps from both local and international Breweries.

Photo: Yardleys Café Bistro Bar

While most people are there for the amazing homebrews, coffee lovers surely won’t feel left out. Also translating its values of craftsmanship, creativity, and innovation into speciality coffee, the house prepares your single-origin coffee using Columbian beans from the farm Finca la Loma, which are then roasted by the local roaster Number 9 Coffee.

Great For: Happy hours!

FYI: Openings hours might be subject to changes, stay close to Yardleys’ socials for more updates on the bar’s grand opening.

Check out Hong Kong’s newest restaurants and bars here.

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.