A classic English pub on Wyndham Street, a welcome retreat from the nightlife district buzz down in Lan Kwai Fong
Pickled Pelican has to be one of the biggest pub-like venues I have been to on Hong Kong Island. The large open patio doors at the front gives passer-bys a full view of the inside, a great way to lure in the crowd. It's decor mimics that of what you would find in your local pub back in England, traditional booth seats and deep leather couches keeps you comfy and the fancy long bar features ornate columns and wood trimmings to keep it looking classic.
So what do people come to the Pickled Pelican mainly for? Well, for one it's for the latest sporting events broadcasted on their plasma screens placed throughout the pub, second, for their fish and chips or any other dish from their classic British pub grub, thirdly, for their large range of Scottish whiskeys, cocktails, mocktails, draughts, bottles, shooters, champagne, wines and spirits, and fourthly, of course, it must be for their authentic environment in a prime location in Central. Convenient for Central business executives at lunchtimes, or after work drinks.
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