BEACH CLUB CAFÉ

HK Magazine - - NIGHTLIFE -

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

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