BEACH CLUB CAFÉ
otherwise usually too-sweet and creamy drink. Our favorite was the Beach Club Coco Rum ($100), served in a coconut shell, which uses Havana 3-Year-Old rum with a hint of pineapple juice, coconut cream and 7-Up, topped off with fresh coconut water. It’s just what you need on a hot summer’s day: a lightly sweet punch with just enough fizz to quench your thirst, while the coconut water makes it taste deceptively healthy… it’s a pretty dangerous order.
With happy hour deals (every two draft beers come with a basket of fries) and twists on drinks that everyone knows, Beach Club Café makes itself an easy choice for the after-work crowd. Speaking of after work, they’ve also got a sizable food menu with classic Malaysian dishes such as the intensely aromatic Penang prawn noodle soup ($128); and the Beach Club Satay ($98/six skewers, $170/a dozen), which features sweet satay sauce flown in straight from Malaysia.
Looking to fuel up for a big night? Make Beach Club your first stop.
Shop 13A, 13 Knutsford Terrace, Tsim Sha Tsui, 2511-1688.
The buzz: The decor: The drinks: Why you’ll be back: Evelyn Lok