Tsim Sha Tsui Restaurant for Lease

Property Detail

Type Status Location Sub Location Price Area (s.f.)3,800FittingFully fittedLicenceWith LicenceRentHK$350,000

Property Description

High Ceiling F&B Shop on Ashley Street. Flexible layout for bars, cafe and restaurants.

The F&B shop is located on Ashley Road. A must-go foodie street in Tsim Sha Tsui.

The shop is conveniently located, either access from Peking Road or a short-cut from Haipong Road.

High ceiling and bright interior. Its layout can work for any kinds of restaurants.

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


More about Ashley Road

Ashley Road (亞士厘道) is  a street in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon. It starts at junction of Peking Road, where is mainly hotels and shopping area on the street level.

It is one of the major foodie streets in Tsim Sha Tsui. It ends at Haipong Road, an exit of MTR to Canton Road, where offices and shopping malls are located.

A short cut from Haipong Road to Ashley Road adds extra convenience for people to dine and shop on Ashley Road.

Ashley Road is not a long street, but packed with bars and restaurants. Not only on street level, but also upstairs.

The street and around can ensure good foodie traffic. Jimmy’s Kitchen is one of the oldest restaurants on Ashley Road which has opened since 1980’s. Onion soup and baked alaska are the restaurant’s must-try dishes.

Due to the expensive retail rent on Ashley Road, some F&B operators have to go upstairs.

In lieu of increasing demand of F&B spaces, some landlords have converted office buildings into F&B use in recent years. During lunch and dinner time, a long queue of customers are waiting for lift up to their dining venues.


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Property Features

Ground floor
High ceiling
Rectangular layout

Location on map

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