HK Central Private Clubbing F&B Shop for Rent

Property Detail

Type Status Location Sub Location Price Area (s.f.)5,378ParkingNearbyRentHK$350,000

Property Description

Access on street level. With two entrances. In Central Business District HK. A rare spacious F&B shop for private clubbing concept!

The F&B Shop for Lease is in the rear part of Wellington Street. Close by Gough Street and Aberdeen Street. With a hidden entrance. A rare private clubbing F&B Shop in Central of Hong Kong.

The shop has two entrances. Convenient access on street level. Wide window frontage.  This space works best for any speakeasy private clubbing concept.

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 Wellington Street [Private clubbing F&B Shop for Lease]

This supper clubbing F&B shop for lease is on Wellington Street (威靈頓街). It is a one-way street in Central, Hong Kong.

Wellington Street stretches from Wyndham Street to Queen’s Road Central.

The two sides of Wellington Street is a combination of old and new buildings.

The street is at the bottom of Victoria Peak on Hong Kong Island. Next to Queen’s Road Central. Wellington Street serves as one of the main roads through the central business district.

Wellington Street ends westwards between Central and Sheung Wan.  It is a foodie street of takeaway, noodle shops, and cafes. During lunch and dinner hours, there are always lines of crowds waiting outside restaurants for seating.

Yung Kee is a Chinese restaurant located on Wellington Street. It is most famous for its roast goose. It is well-known in China, Hong Kong and Macau. Some tourists even take a box of goose back home, thus the nickname of “Flying Roast Goose”.

Mak’s Noodle is a traditional Cantonese restaurant on Wellington Street, specialising in wonton noodles. It is one of the best in Hong Kong!

Lin Heung Tea House is a two-story Chinese restaurant located at the junction of Wellington Street and Aberdeen Street. It serves traditional Chinese dim-sum on trolleys with tally cards. It is a rarity in modern Hong Kong.

 

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Property Features

Upstairs
Rectangular layout
Wide window frontage

Location on map

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