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Renowned as a well-loved bar chain all over Hong Kong, M1 is really a clubber’s paradise. An in-demand party location in Yuen Long, devoted dancers flock to the corner of Kin Yip Street and Yau San Street to party to their heart’s content. DJs play commercial and chart classics, and live music is a regular feature at M1, so you can be assured of a superb atmosphere, as well as a great place to eat and drink.
The people of Hong Kong are known party animals, and thus they expect a certain class of establishment when they hit the town. M1 in Yuen Long exceeds these expectations, with an international menu, a fully-stocked bar and an outstanding atmosphere. The crowd at M1 is a knowledgeable one, and they keep coming back to this particular corner of Kin Yip Street and Yau San Street for the music, the food and the drinks, so let us talk you through the options. Seasonal oysters, Alaska King Crab and pan-seared scallops are just some of their healthy seafood selection, whereas those looking for something swifter can pick up chicken wings, nachos or garlic bread, as well as plenty of pizzas.
Our favourites of the pizza choice is the Spanish Iberico ham, and those who really want to bust a gut can grab a 10oz sirloin steak, a whole game hen or a German pork knuckle. No self-respecting club would set up without a superb drinks selection as well, and M1 on Gloucester Road is no different. Champagne, red and white wines, and plenty of Scotch and Irish whiskies, as well as a few Japanese tipples too. Of course, a bar requires a great drinks list, and M1 in Wan Chai doesn’t disappoint. They have a huge list of whiskies, a champagne selection and a wine list filled with both red and white. Cocktails are also available, so if you are looking for a proper Hong Kong-style party, stop where Kin Yip Street meets Yau San Street and book a table today.