LIT­TLE CREA­TURES

HK Magazine - - NIGHTLIFE -

The White Rab­bit White Ale, a wheat beer, tastes very flo­ral and hoppy, not un­like a Hoe­gaar­den, but fresher and with more body. Can’t de­cide, or want to try them all? A beer pad­dle, with six 100ml pours of dif­fer­ent beers, costs only $100. And if you’re a dis­il­lu­sioned craft beer con­nois­seur look­ing to be more ad­ven­tur­ous, you might want to try a beer from what is dubbed “the Ran­dall,” where the Crea­tures folk get to tin­ker with their ales by adding fla­vors af­ter it’s done brew­ing, with wacky in­gre­di­ents rang­ing from lemon­grass to rocky road.

Not a beer fan? You should prob­a­bly get out… or you can choose from a size­able list of (mostly Aussie) wines, avail­able by the small or big glass (from $65).

Of­fer­ing ev­ery­thing from break­fast to late night bites, Lit­tle Crea­tures is not just your sim­ple beer bar. It aims to be K-town’s neigh­bor­hood lo­cal— whether you’re there just for lunch or to type away at a lap­top for half the day. It’s far from greasy pub grub too, with a menu of com­fort­ing eats de­signed to go well with beer. With healthy-sound­ing shar­ing plates such as a smashed av­o­cado bowl ($85 for small por­tion) and kale pizza ($110) to full blown, pro­tein-packed mains like a grass-fed rib-eye ($295), this isn’t a place for you to get sliz­zard on sub-par bevvies. In­stead you can en­joy ev­ery clean sip—un­til you have to be car­ried home. 5a New Praya, Kennedy Town, 2833-5611, lit­tle­crea­tures.hk

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