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

On a clear day or a cle­ment even­ing, vis­i­tors to the 32nd-floor bar at the top of East ho­tel in Tai Koo can en­joy stun­ning views of Hong Kong’s har­bour and the city’s many sky­scrapers. Re­lax on the ex­pan­sive deck to the sound of lounge mu­sic and choose from a good se­lec­tion of wines hail­ing from var­i­ous re­gions and coun­tries, as well as bub­bles should the oc­ca­sion call for them. A con­sid­ered cock­tail list is com­prised pre­dom­i­nantly of the bar’s own creations. These are bal­anced in flavour, rarely overly sweet or sour, and of­ten re­fresh­ing in keep­ing with the al­fresco seat­ing—ad­di­tional soft seat­ing in­doors of­fers a com­fort­able respite from bad weather. With ex­pert bar­tenders on hand, clas­sic cock­tails can eas­ily be pre­pared, too, while the sim­ple spirit-and-mixer drinker can de­light in an ex­pan­sive se­lec­tion of bot­tles.

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