Whether refuelling after some rigorous Hong Kong shopping or meeting up with friends after a hard day at the office, Tsim Sha Tsui’s tapas bars fit the bill perfectly. Tapas dining took off in Hong Kong a decade ago and now you have many great options to enjoy these Spanish small plates over a drink and a chat in Tsim Sha Tsui. Tapas are traditionally enjoyed with wine, sherry, or sangria, but local Tsingtao beer works just fine. So whether to recharge after a hard day or get in the mood for a great night out around Tsim Sha Tsui, tapas bars are just the trick.
Tsim Sha Tsui's tapas joints range from tiny dens where you perch at the bar to late night sit down spots with DJs or live music. Food-wise, you have boundless choice. You can dine on simple olives, shrimps or omelet or go decadent and indulge in exotic creations garnished with black truffles. For a swank experience head to Tapas in the Kowloon Shangrila Hotel, where you can sit outside and enjoy views of Hong Kong harbour. Just be sure to book your table with Quandoo in advance.