presented by Dishtag
Despite our colonial history, good British fare is somehow hard to come by in Hong Kong — and that’s why Hongkongers love Shoreditch. Inspired by the gastropubs of London’s East End, the Kennedy Town neighborhood joint serves up the likes of Scotch egg, battered fish and double-fried hand-cut chips served with minted pea puree and tartare sauce, pale ale-roasted chicken, and other honest, satisfying dishes.
Of course, it wouldn’t be a pub without beers — among Shoreditch’s quality selections, try the St Mungo house beer, a crisp lager made without preservatives and chemicals at the West Brewery in Glasgow.
Shoreditch, 18 Catchick Street, Kennedy Town.