You really are spoiled for choice in regards to cuisine in Hong Kong. Mexican in the Mid Levels, Cantonese in Causeway Bay, Tapas in Tsim Sha Tsui; it’s all happening here in Hong Kong. Rather than list the more than 11,000 options here in the city, we’ve compiled a very short list of a few favorites, including a few unconventional options for groups looking to create a memorable experience.
Coyote Bar & Grill, Wanchai
This is THE place for those looking to party. Hard. Located in the red light district of Hong Kong (setting the evenings theme!), the Coyote Bar & Grill is one of the most rocking spots in Hong Kong. With a Southwestern/Mexican theme, this dining outlet offers groups a private dining room, free flowing margaritas and more. Custom packages are available through Hong Kong Stag that include after dinner adult entertainment. Don’t let anyone pass up the infamous barber’s chair, complete with free-flowing tequila shots.
Hong Kong’s best address for steak. Located in the Central district, Blue Butcher offers a refined atmosphere with the best cuts of rib anywhere in Hong Kong. Equipped with a walk-in dry aging room, the finest cuts of Wagyu paired with a stunning bar and excellent mixologists, this is a must-do agenda item for any bachelor party being held in Hong Kong. Private dining rooms are also available, as are set menus and drink packages.
Is your group looking for something a bit more…naked? Try our signature event, Hong Kong Stag Naked Sushi. Complete with enough sushi to appease your group, the center piece of this event is a semi-nude model with sushi draped across her (or his) body. Take turns eating sushi directly off of them! Add sake and a “Kill Bill” movie to the backdrop and you have yourself one of Hong Kong’s sexiest dining options. Naked sushi (kinky dining) includes a private room, semi-nude model for 1 hour, plus sushi for your entire group.
Famously named after New York’s first Chinese convenience store, Mott 32 offers a sophisticated location to enjoy award-winning Cantonese cuisine. Located in the basement of the Standard Chartered Bank Building, the restaurant features a quintessentially Hong Kong-style menu prepared by a previous Michelin-starred chef. Dim Sum, full dinner and unique cocktails by their team of mixologists, Mott 32 is definitely Hong Kong’s coolest new location for those seeking a truly Hong Kong themed dinner.
McSorley’s Ale House
With locations in SoHo and Discovery Bay, McSorley’s Ale House is the perfect spot for great Western food and a variety of beer options. For a great private party, Hong Kong Stag can offer you and your group a Gentleman’s Gathering, complete with premium cigars, single malt whiskeys, snacks and more. Free flowing beer is also available and can be combined with the showing of private sports events. Contact Hong Kong Stag for more information on private party packages.