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You may think of Sai Kung more as a place to go for local Cantonese fare rather than to seek the comforts of home or taste some authentic British food for the first time, but that presumption is flipped on its head when you walk into Poets on Yi Chun Street. This cosy bar is, well, a very good bar for starters, with refreshing European lagers and homely wooden decor to make it feel like a local pub, but they also dish up delicious British and European meals. Above all, Poets are known for serving some of the very best British pies to be found in Hong Kong, be it steak and kidney served with beans, or a classic braised beef with peas and mash. Poets is well known among expats in the New Territories, so it can fill up pretty quickly and it’s always a good idea to book a table if you want to get your fill, too!