Causeway Bay Hong Kong High Foodie Traffic F&B Shop for Lease

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Type Status Location Sub Location Price Area (s.f.)1,350ParkingNearbyFittingFully fittedLicenceNoRentHK$210,000

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Tang Lung Street – a well-established high traffic foodie spot in Causeway Bay. Next to Times Square. Guaranteed customers for days and nights!

The F&B shop is located at Tang Lung Street in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong A well-established high traffic foodie spot in Causeway Bay.  Next to Times Square.

Wide shop frontage. Guaranteed customers for days and nights!

A few more Causeway Bay restaurants, which are also taking part in our  Hong Kong F&B community, are among choices at your fingertips.

 

More about Tang Lung Street

Tang Lung Street (登龍街) is a street in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.

It is a back street started at Canal Road East, where Canal Road Flyover is located. Local people call the flyover “Ngo Keng Kiu”, which means “goose neck bridge”, describing the shape of the flyover.

Tang Lung Street is parallel to Hennessy Road, major road running through Wan Chai and Causeway Bay. It is also behind Russell Street, a high-traffic shopping street where Times Square and major luxury brand shops are located.

Tang Lung Street is no doubt one of the famous foodie streets in Causeway Bay. In older days, most of the shops were occupied by local restaurants for hotpot, Chinese noodles and Thai food.

A perfect spot to have causal food during day and night time, or even after hangover. Foodie traffic is all around the clock on Tang Lung Street.

Few years ago, a number of local restaurants originally located on Tang Lung Street had to relocate upstairs or elsewhere, due to increasing shop rents.

With the completion of Midtown Soundwill Plaza Phase Two in 2014, Tang Lung Street started to become a complete foodie street. Over 90 percent of shops are now occupied by restaurants.

Several famous Japanese noodle shops have selected Tang Lung Street to be their flagship restaurants in Hong Kong. To name a few: Ramen Bari-Uma, Butao Ramen, Kanada-ya Ramen and Tsukemen Mitaseimenjo.

During lunch hours and dinner time, we can see long queues waiting outside these restaurants for seating.

Many restaurants and bars also go upstairs on Tang Lung Street. Jamie Oliver, a world-renowned celebrity British chef, set up his first Italian restaurant in Hong Kong on an upstairs space on the street. Jamie attempts to capture the mid-range market in Hong Kong with inexpensive Italian cuisine.

V Point, a new building targeted at F&B tenants on Tang Lung Street, was completed in 2016. More restaurants and bars can now go upstairs to share the foodie market in Causeway Bay.

 

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Property Features

Ground floor
Rectangular layout
Wide shop frontage

Location on map

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