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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