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If you like a good German beer (and who doesn’t?), head down to Hong Kong’s Prost by King Ludwig to taste the very best. This great Bavarian restaurant and pub showcases the finest specialities from southern Germany, offering locals a one of a kind experience that is usually only possible by taking a trip to Europe. Come one, come all and bring along an appetite to Prost by King Ludwig – you’ll find the restaurant on the third floor of Miramar shopping centre down Tsim Sha Tsui’s Nathan Road.
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nice place for business luncg or gathering, the portion and food variety are great
The food are great. The location of the restaurant is very convenient. The staff are very nice. It is a great place for chilling out with friends.
Brought to you the same folks who established the beloved King Ludwig Beerhall, Prost by King Ludwig has already become a huge hit with young and old. Some visit for the beer, others for the food, but everyone leaves happy after dining at this German restaurant, and usually find themselves making their way back again and again to sample more of the hearty dishes on offer. Prost by King Ludwig is an easy choice for residents of Tsim Sha Tsui, and can be found on the third floor of the busy Miramar Shopping Centre on Nathan Road.
Prost by King Ludwig feels cosy and comfortable like a typical European pub, and the spacious dining room (with seating for up to 250 people) makes it perfect for large gatherings, corporate events and private parties. With a rooftop location, diners are able to enjoy their German food and beer outdoors, watching life go on from their tranquil and secluded setting. With opening hours every day of the week including public holidays, there’s no excuse not to visit this great restaurant in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui. Book your table today to see what all the fuss is about.