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Blending urban Euro streetside dining with gourmet Anglo cafe refreshments, plus an extra dose of Asian flair, Waalah is one of Hong Kong’s most popular spots to chow down on street-food delights and excellent brunch options, pasta dishes, panini, hearty mains and decadent desserts. A standout for flavour and quality, this hip establishment can be found on Pak Sha Road in Causeway Bay, just moments from Victoria Park and Causeway Bay station.
Have a look at Waalah’s festive lunch menu!
Website menu and actual menu don't match. You will be hard pressed to find anything that is vegetarian and protein rich. Salads don't count as the 'entire dinner' and eating pasta at dinner is not a good practice anyways :) We ended up not eating there and going to another restaurant in the neighborhood.
The service is good. We arrived a bit early and the host let us sit down and check on the menu. Give us good introduction.
Waiter is good but one waitress is very green and a bit confused with the menu. All veey helpful though. Food is ok but good value happy hour drinks and add on soup or salad for hKD9! Space is good comfortable.
You’ll say voila! when you’ve finally stepped foot into Waalah in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay – the restaurant’s interior oozes cool, and features and industrial-chic design that’s casual yet sophisticated. A stylish bar can be found towards the middle of the restaurant where Waalah’s talented mixologists whip up premium cocktails, tap amazing craft beers and pour some of Causeway Bay’s finest wine varietals for their mixed clientele of foodies and casual diners.
Start your time at Waalah on Pak Sha Road with the creatively flavourful Ping Pong Puffs, fried tofu cooked with spiced fish paste and served with a sweet chilli dipping sauce, the Wicked Wings, or the barbecued whole Hokkaido calamari in soy sesame with garlic and herbs. For the main course, we recommend taking the king prawn linguine, the pumpkin penne, the rib eye steak or the Australian pork shoulder grilled with a zesty honey soy sauce. Conclude with a slice of Waalah’s amazing chocolate cake before stepping back out into the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay – just make sure to book ahead before visiting!