Where Bar Chill out at Where


When it comes to pub crawling in Tsim Sha Tsui, there are plenty of watering holes to choose from – those along Knutsford Terrace (a.k.a. the “Lan Kwai Fong” of the Dark Side), Ashley Road and Tsim Sha Tsui East.

However, if you’re looking to avoid inebriated partygoers dancing to the tunes of overly-loud cover bands, we’ve got just the chill out spot for you amidst this tourist-crazed hub.

Hidden in a nondescript building, along an almost deserted lane, Where Bar boasts not only two indoor lounge areas, but also a very spacious outdoor terrace. The Zen-inspired décor is well complemented by the soft lighting and cosy white sofas, where you can relax to the Café Del Mar-esque music playing in the background.  Choose from a number of gourmet cocktail delicacies, such as the “360”, which is a concoction of whisky and sour mix, along with other fruit juices ($78), and some sizzling barbeque bites, fresh from the grill outside. There’s also an interesting selection of shisha available (HK$120 for 45 minutes), which includes such flavours as peach, melon, margarita and kumquat.

Where else but at Where?

Where Bar
4/F Century House, 3-4 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Tel: 2135-9999
Open Mon-Thu, 6pm-4am; Fri-Sat, 6pm-5am; Sun, 6pm-3am; HH till 8:30pm.
Terrace table reservation: small, HK$500; medium, HK$800; large, HK$1,200.

The Nuts & Bolts: Where Bar is your chill out hideaway from the tourist-crazed watering holes of Tsim Sha Tsui.

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