MyHouse Where Everyone Knows Your Name


Hong Kong’s bar and restaurant scene is constantly in motion, constantly evolving, with new spots opening with a PR-fueled bang and closing with all the stealth of a married man navigating his way out of someone else’s bedroom.

All that change can become a little alienating for the average punter; all we want is a place where we feel comfortable and welcome; something predictable, something that’s not pretentious but that’s still innovative. We want a place where everyone can be themselves, where the music’s memory-inducing and the food makes you feel good about yourself. Think Cheers-meets-Wholefoods, but with better looking women.

That’s what MyHouse, which opens this month, promises to be. A ‘creative sanctuary’ located in Wan Chai’s QRE Plaza and focused on good living, MyHouse will serve up homely, health-conscious European-style sharing plates created by executive chef Peter Birks and matched with natural wines (less additives means less hangover). By day escape the office to sip organic coffee and listen to vinyl from an extensive collection, played on individual turntables. By night take in bi-monthly art exhibitions from local and international artists, accompanied by reggae and house tracks spun by resident DJs Arun R and Romi Behl amidst interiors by Mohamad Ghamlouch of Minus Collective that include natural wood, recycled materials and large picture windows.

Mi casa su casa.


26/F QRE Plaza, 202 Queen’s Road East,Wan Chai,
Tel: 2323 1715


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