They serve a set lunch and snacks at night but you don’t go for the food (the cuisine is distinctly average) you go for the cigars and the cocktails. Their drinks are massive, a few will have you roaring towards Lan Kwai Fong, and they slip down rapidly. We tucked into the mojito and caipirinha, the standard litmus test for this kind of establishment and were impressed, not to mention a little squiffy.
If you’re up for a Cuban smoke they sell the likes of Montecristo No. 2 and Cohiba Siglo II, but aside from the joy of having a cigar, the space and its location is what makes the place. Although it’s a bit scruffy the bar has wide open veranda like windows and it’s somewhat hidden in TST so you get that extra bit of enjoyment for reaching it in the first place. If you’re taking part in Movember and have a strong moustache it’s the place to sport your ‘gringo’ and start slamming Cuba Libres.
1/F, 16 Ashley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui