Dick­ens Bar

Hong Kong Tatler Best Restaurants (Hong Kong / Macau) - - Bar review -

Though many come to watch Premier League and guz­zle generic beers, Dick­ens is also well known for its won­der­ful curry buf­fet at lunch. Aside from the usual op­tions on draught, there is a wide se­lec­tion of bot­tled beers and wines by the glass, as well as some cre­ative cock­tails—we en­joyed Some­one’s Lug­gage (vodka, melon liqueur, mango purée and cran­berry juice) and Fan­tasy (co­conut milk, vodka, mango puree and al­mond syrup). The bar snacks menu is de­cid­edly non-Bri­tish; dishes such as the que­sadilla are an in­au­then­tic let-down. The gi­ant ap­ple crum­ble is fan­tas­tic, how­ever, and gen­er­ously por­tioned for two to three peo­ple. Staff are can of­ten be dif­fi­cult to flag down; once ta­ble­side, how­ever, they are friendly and help­ful.

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