Step over the threshold of Missy Ho’s in Hong Kong and escape into a roaring bygone era. Based on Forbes Street in Kennedy Town, Missy Ho’s is an intimate low-lit speakeasy bar that celebrates Shanghai’s 1920s party scene with an exciting Japanese-fusion menu and cocktail list. In a cool interior with low hanging wooden shades, contemporary asian artwork and eclectic pops of colour, locals sneak into this hideaway for nights out over Yakitori and sake or even weekends spent chowing down breakfast specials with a boozy cocktail in hand. Whatever you’re in the mood for, there’s always a party going down at Missy Ho’s – with your name at the top of the invite list, obviously.
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Very loud and staff were not that friendly or responsive
Saturday nights are much quieter in HK at the moment due to social distancing. Staff were very attentive & dishes we ordered were tasty - family especially enjoyed the yakitori skewers & the mini pork cha sui tacos. Its a nice casual restaurant with funky ambience.
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