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The food is hip but homely, the decor is edgy but refined, the location is buzzing but chilled out – you have to marvel at how DUB have managed to collect a lot of seemingly conflicting characters into one of SoHo’s most impressive shows. Right in the thick of the action on Graham Street, DUB has a laid-back bistro vibe and some of the most creative, contemporary international cuisine you’ll find in Hong Kong. Book a spot early, because something this good doesn’t stay a secret long...
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Comfortable and snug seating. Nice and quiet atmosphere. Food is good. Portions are about tapas size. Using the Entertainer app it is a great deal.
Great place for casual dinner, most dishes are small sharing plates so you can try more, all great comfort food, beef rissoles were standout, all good
Menu differed hugely from the one on their website which was a disappointment. Also didn't realise it was a tapas menu until we were ordering our meals. Food was good.
Led by a New Zealand chef, DUB are not scared to call on inspiration from myriad international culinary traditions, as well as prime produce hand-picked from all over the world (as well as plenty of local Hong Kong fare). Add in the professional but non-invasive service, funky interior design and superb drinks selection, and you have with this Graham Street gem a truly one-of-a-kind dining destination in SoHo.
DUB | Concept by SAAM already have name recognition, but if excellent international eating is driving your hunt for a SoHo haunt then all you really need to know are names like smoked eggplant and buffalo mozzarella salad, pork cheek & quail Scotch eggs with horseradish mayo, charred spring chicken with tom yum marinade, Charred Steak Tartare, truffle fries, pecan pie with bourbon vanilla ice cream, and more, and more, and mmmmmmmmore. DUB is an especially outstanding Hong Kong venue for shared eating, casual group dinners or a few classy nibbles over drinks – just be sure to reserve a table because otherwise you may be queuing out the door and up Graham Street!