Fitted Soho Restaurant Bar for Lease in HK

Property Detail

Type Status Location Sub Location Price Area (s.f.)1,300ParkingNearbyFittingWith fittingRentHK$100,000

Property Description

Fitted Soho Restaurant Bar for Lease in Central HK. Setback shopfront provides relaxing seating area. With backyard too. A turnkey F&B shop indeed!

This fitted Soho Restaurant & bar is a F&B Shop for Lease in Central of Hong Kong. Indeed, Soho is a hotspot of dining and entertainment. The shop is intact with a backyard, hence it gives extra space for customers to chill-out.

This food & beverage shop is only few steps aways from Soho Escalator. Definitely, it is a perfect spot with foodie traffic from Central to Mid-levels. In addition, this restaurant space is fitted with full kitchen and bar. Saving on money and time to build too!

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

 

More about Elgin Street [Fitted Soho Restaurant Bar for Lease]

This fitted restaurant & bar space is on Elgin Street (伊利近街), which is a street is in Central of Hong Kong.

As we might know, Elgin Street is one of the earliest streets in Hong Kong. In older days, the street was muddy during the raining days. When time goes by, the street has become a popular spot for tourists, foodie lovers, and bar hipsters.

Also, Elgin street begins at a low elevation of Hollywood Road and ends high at Caine Road on Mid-levels. Geographically, it is divided into two sections by the junction with Peel Street and Staunton Street.

Despite it’s sloping, Elgin Street is full of surprises, with a variety of bars and restaurants. Definitely, it’s also a street with its character and history.

Kinjo’s Izakaya (居酒屋金城) is a casual Japanese restaurant on Elgin Street in Central HK. Kinjo’s serves a wide range of donburi bowls, grilled skewers and rice bowls with grilled pork chop and tender mackerel.

Ho Lee Fook (口利福) is a funky Chinese restaurant on Elgin Street, inspired by old Hong Kong cha cheng tengs and the spirit of late-night Chinatown hangouts in 1960’s New York. Consequently, Its façade offers a full view of the restaurant’s open kitchen, with numbers of chefs working on the wok and slicing on the table.

 

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Property Features

Terrace/Roof/Yard
Ground floor

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