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Located on Knutsford Terrace in Tsim Sha Tsui, Port is set within a shipping container, an homage to Hong Kong’s reputation as one of the world’s busiest container ports. Boasting a large outdoor seating area as well as a stylish interior, Port serves up small tapas-style dishes of international cuisine. With DJs spinning chart music on the weekend, this bar and restaurant is a popular choice for celebrating as well as dinner and drinks. Book in advance to score a seat!
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Great atmosphere we sat on the street so it was a bit noisy, but that was just part of the experience. Fun
This is my first time at Port, great food and nice environment. We have arranged to an area where the air-con was too large and the waiters are willing to switch us to a much warmer area:) Just their music has a bit large so will be a bit difficult to listen to others. In general, I was recommended Port for casual gathering.
Food is good especially the steak, drinks are a bit overpriced. And the music is too loud there which we have to speak very loud too.
At Tsim Sha Tsui’s Port, the menu is split into five different sections: Apps, Soil, Sea, Land and Sweet Tooth. To really take advantage of the choice on offer, we suggest dining as a group and selecting a few plates from each section. You’ll find delicious vegetarian options like long beans with manchego cheese and lemon, a range of seafood like the Atlantic cod charred with sweetcorn and chorizo, and meaty choices like the bacon-grind sliders topped with cheddar and onion.
Accompany your meal with one of Port’s signature cocktails – we recommend the Port mojito. With its stylish interior, Port is a great location to relax with a few cocktails while sharing some small plates, or for dining in the large outdoor area and taking in the views of Hong Kong’s bustling Knutsford Terrace. This trendy Tsim Sha Tsui bar and restaurant attracts diners with its industrial chic decor, exquisite cocktails and international cuisine, so book in advance to guarantee a table!