Wan ChaiDrinks, Middle Eastern$$$$
3 Reviews
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About Djiboutii

Drinks don’t get any better than at Djibouiti, a Landale Street bar that’s been taking Hong Kong by storm with its cool atmosphere and fine drinks. A favourite among local partygoers, Djibouti is influenced by the sights, sounds and flavours of the horn of Africa with a healthy dose of Brooklyn energy added in for extra excitement. And it isn’t just about drinks, the food is incredible, too – here you’ll enjoy fresh Mediterranean and Middle Eastern favourites including za’atar flatbread, creamy hummus, beef kofta, lamb with muhammara sauce and grilled halloumi. Afterwards, wash it all down with a Djiboulini – Djibouti’s fruity signature cocktail. You’ll love this urban-chic Wan Chai bar – book ahead to snag some space. It’s a real happening hangout.

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 1:00 am
12:00 pm - 1:00 am
12:00 pm - 1:00 am
12:00 pm - 1:00 am
12:00 pm - 3:00 am
5:00 pm - 3:00 am
12:00 pm - 1:00 am


Landale Street G/F., 2A
Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Menu Highlights



Guav-Gin-Ne (I MISS YOU)

Missing him or her? This drink will bring back the best and weirdest memories
Brokers Gin/ Fresh Green Guava/ Earl Grey Syrup/ Kaffir Lime Leaves/ Ginger Beer


The Djiboutii classic. A little sweet and sour with fresh peeled orange hugging a fresh stem of dill
Titos Vodka/ Sour Cherry Puree/ Oleo Saccarum/ Fresh Grapefruit Juice/ Egg White

El Pasaporte

Passionfruit, Fresh lime, Sugar Syrup, Maraschino Cherry Liqueur, Bacardi Carta Oro

This cocktail is the new travelers cocktail and Bartenders Golden Pass

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More about Djiboutii, Hong Kong

Bars, yep, every city has them. So many, in fact, that it takes something special for one to stand out from the crowd. Djiboutii, we are happy to report, is something special. It’s a hidden bar in Wan Chai meaning you’ll have to shimmy down an alley just off Landale Street to find it, but when you do, purple mood lighting, vintage furniture and plenty of exposed brickwork awaits – trust us when we say that it’s one of the most engaging bars in Hong Kong. Enjoy a curious, ever-evolving drinks menu that boasts some damn fine cocktails, as well as a food menu that may just surprise you.

The food is Mediterranean and Middle Eastern and prepared with health in mind. Perfect for keeping you going after one, two or three cocktails… The Djiboutii platter is an obvious choice if you want to sample a bit of everything, it includes plenty of breads, skewered meats, dips and cheeses, but the fish kebabs are also a treat when complemented with some spiced handcut fries. As always with Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food, you’ll feel light and refreshed once you’ve finished. In Djiboutii you have one of the best bars in all of Hong Kong, never mind Wan Chai. Get down and enjoy it!

3 Djiboutii Reviews

3 Reviews
Value for money:Reasonable value
Noise levels:Average
Waiting time:Good
peter l.a year ago · 3 reviews

Great service along with some very tasty food. The atmosphere and music is also great. I had wine rather than cocktails. Whilst the wine list was not huge, they have picked good quality wines at reasonable prices. Highly reccommend a night at Djiboutii.

Neil R.a year ago · 1 review

This was fine and a quite a cool space, if a little unrefined in terms of the actual cocktails and cocktail-making. They can't be blamed for the cockroach outside next to our table, but they *can* be blamed for delivering the wrong drink (at literally twice the price of the one ordered) and when we kept it to save them having to throw it away and make the one wanted, they charged us for the expensive drink! That is just cheap and a blatant liberty. I won't be going back.

Matt V.a year ago · 1 review

With very friendly and attentive staff and lovely cocktails, ill be back for sure. Maybe a little too loud for a first date but i would still recommend.