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If you’re in the doghouse, it tends not to be a good thing, but if the doghouse in question is The Dog House in Kowloon , then you’re in for a treat. They offer a range of American and international treats that is the envy of Hong Kong, with everything from steaks – NY strip and Aussie ribeye are the pick of the bunch – as well as Italian, Asian, British and Mexican dishes to boot. Take the train out to East Tsim Sha Tsui MRT station, roll onto Chatham Road South and then get ready to chow down with some of the delicacies on offer at The Dog House.
Enjoyed my Big Ben burger and English stype chips. All the staff were very helpful and friendly. Band was pretty average. I would certainly go back.
bad service, gave me the wrong bill twice. the band instruments blocked the scene for football match. the staff didn't try to solve the problem, just say NO, even i just ask for moving away the music stand not the instrument.
Atmosphere was not bad (4/6) The staff put my afl team game on tv for me (6/6) Food was average (3/6) The staff were very nice (5/6)
The Dog House is the dog’s something-or-other if you’re looking for a sports bar in Hong Kong, with an Australian-inspired bar selection and a menu filled with American and other international classics. Scurry on over to Chatham Road South in Tsim Sha Tsui – just along from East Tsim Sha Tsui MRT station – to make the most of the morsels on offer; whether you want a nibble while you watch the game, a Sunday brunch, a lunch or a full evening meal. Let us talk your through a few of their specialities.
The Dog House pride themselves on their meats, so that is the logical place to begin our tour of the menu. The steaks are something special – Aussie ribeye is always a classic, the New York strip isn’t too shabby either – and the other proteins are worth report too: chicken fingers, wings and burgers, as well as British favourites like Shepherd’s Pie, Bangers & Mash and Irish beef stew. The Americans are represented as well, in the form of mac & cheese, spare ribs and blackened fish, and there’s even a few Asian dishes to boot. Head on over to The Dog House on Chatham Road South in Tsim Sha Tsui and try them all.