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Ga Gi Nang

Opening Hours

  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday 12:00 - 23:00
  • Wednesday 12:00 - 23:00
  • Thursday 12:00 - 23:00
  • Friday 12:00 - 23:00
  • Saturday 12:00 - 01:00
  • Sunday 12:00 - 20:00
Ga Gi Nang, Po Tuck Street 15, Sai Ying Pun Hong Kong

Further Information

Do’t let Monday ruin your Sunday with Ga Gi Nang’s brunch, and why not kickstart the weekend with Thursday’s open bar specials.

And don’t forget, if you spend more than $300 at Ga Gi Nang, they will waive $50 off your taxi bill!*

*Terms & conditions apply.

A unique concept indeed – the management of Ga Gi Nang might sound as if they’ve gone off the deep end with their Mexican-Asian fusion idea. Those with an open mind quickly realise, however, that the cuisine at Ga Gi Nang on Hong Kong’s Po Tuck Street is simply genius, and while Sai Ying Pun has cachet, this Shek Tong Tsui enclave is drawing many west. Flavourful, satisfying, and the best of both worlds, Ga Gi Nang’s cuisine highlights the importance of international cooperation, a delicious step towards global harmony. Ga Gi Nang means family, our own people, and at another level brotherhood. This is how the Shek Tong Tsui restaurant was conceived, with some young brothers and hospitality industry collaborators getting together to give diners a feeling of connectivity between themselves and the restaurant’s amicable staff members and chefs.

In this way, Ga Gi Nang is a feeling, not just offering food but a taste of life. It's not only a restaurant but a Shek Tong Tsui community project that can be found just steps from Hong Kong University and HKU station up Po Tuck Street, where Ga Gi Nang slings out amazing Mexican-Asian fusion cuisine to hordes of hungry students, professors, and Shek Tong Tsui residents who like their food from outside of the box. Open every day of the week and serving a fantastic brunch selection on the weekends, guests have plenty of time to sample all of Ga Gi Nang’s unique dishes. One diner favourite is the belly kim: slow-cooked pork wrapped up with warm kimchi makes for a delicious combination of Mexican and Korean cuisine that should not be missed. Make yourself a reservation and taste it in person at this one-of-a-kind eatery.

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