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K Town Bar and Grill, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong

K Town Bar and Grill is a newish restaurant which is part of the Castelo Concepts, serving diners a collection of weekend brunch option and other dishes as well as week day set lunches. Kennedy Town is not a place I go very often, but we wanted to try somewhere new and suggested this place.


The restaurant was bigger than I thought, and it was quite busy on the weekend, thankfully we made a reservation. The menu was vast ranging from salads, burgers, tacos, and many more. We were here with ‘The Mother’s’ family. I couldn’t go past the crispy skin rotisserie chicken – herb and garlic rubbed, slowly roasted and basted, served with veggies and rich chicken gravy, (HKD95 half, HKD165 whole). It was a relatively large serving – enough for both Dragon and I. The chicken was tender and the rich gravy sauce was RICH! Too rich for my liking.


‘The Mother’ couldn’t go past the pork belly – snap crackling pork belly, apple confit, sweet potato mash, baby carrots and rich pork gravy (HKD135). The crackle was fantastic, however, the pork could be more tender I thought. Shame as the crackle was gooooddddd.


Both the FiL and MiL had salad, I didn’t take a photo of their dish but from memory they had the Mr “Percival” salad – salmon sashimi, chunky avo pieces, baby cress, crispy rice pops and wasabi soy dressing (HKD145) and Thai beef salad – fresh lettuce, cherry tomatoes, green papaya, bean sprouts, coriander and mint and our own thai dressing and toasted peanuts (HKD125) – They both said that it was very tasty.

Service was friendly and polite. The restaurant is very child friendly during the weekend. I am not sure what it is like at night but definitely good during the day. Will definitely be back to try their other dishes.

GA’s ratings: 6.5 / 10

K Town, Bar and Grill

G/F, 1H Sands Street

Kennedy Town, Hong Kong

Ph: +852 2818 1616

  1. grabyourfork
    November 4, 2013 at 2:24 am

    I admire anyone who can create crunchy crackling with tender pork, and glad to hear the crackling was worth it at least!

  2. Tina @ bitemeshowme
    November 4, 2013 at 5:09 am

    Hopefully that sauce didn’t ruin the chicken too much! And yes that crackling does look good on the pork belly – shame it wasn’t as tender as one hoped. Overall it looked like a decent meal!

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