Where else can you enjoy Indian cuisine, barbecued meats and vegetables, a range of western dishes, plenty of drinks, and all of your favourite big screen sports battles in one cosy-casual pub environment other than at Chaky’s Public House along Hong Kong’s Wyndham Street? It makes a lot of sense to situate a pub that combines three true blue British pastimes – beer, curry, and sports – along one of Central Hong Kong’s oldest colonial streets. Chaky’s whole purpose in life is to make a home for fans of these three pleasures on the second floor of Parekh House.
Chaky’s Public House, on the second floor of Parekh House along Wyndham Street in Hong Kong’s
Central, is famous for its great value set lunch menu, in particular the raved-about chicken tikka, and
the kind offer of pastoral care for the ticketless sports fans. Missed out on tickets for the Hong Kong
Sevens? You’ll find a lot of forlorn sports fans turning their smiles upside down at Chaky’s, so you’ll
know you’ll be in good company, quaffing imported beers with strangers in no time at all.
Chaky’s Public House is as much about Indian cuisine as it is about drinks and sports, those two perennial partners in crime. Line your belly with great big pizzas and large barbecued meats before relaxing into several cups of drink and beer while the big game unfolds before you on one of Chaky’s huge plasma screen televisions that use the latest plasma technologies to deliver you sports as if you were actually sitting in the stadium and not in a bar on the second floor of Parekh House along Wyndham Street in Hong Kong’s Central.