Best mocktails in Hong Kong
Better known for its steak, the bar here is somewhat underrated and home to several excellent mocktails.
Recommended: Recoleta ($98). Buenos Aires Polo Club stays true to its roots with this concoction that mixes mate with grapefruit and orange. The deep flavour profile of the mate helps make this an unusually complex alcohol-free drink.
A fixture on Asia’s 50 Best Bars list, The Envoy has one of the best mocktail menus in the city as well as some excellent low alcohol spritzes.
Recommended: Morning Dew ($108). Carbonated in a Perlini shaker, this beaut unites Dilmah green tea, jasmine ‘double strength tea’ and homemade pandan syrup to forge an invigorating tipple that won’t leave your head sore.
Come for the Vietnamese cuisine – don’t miss the banh
mi at sister restaurant Le Petit Saigon next door, either – but stay for the drinks.
Recommended: Memories de Saigon ($98). A blend of Vietnamese lotus tea, apple, strawberry and mint, this refreshing draught is secretly one of the best drinks on the menu here. Perfect for summer.
Founded by local mixology hero Antonio Lai, this spot perfectly compliments the Michelin-starred restaurant of which it is a part.
Recommended: Genmai ($90). A mix of genmaicha tea cordial and soda water that comes with crunchy bits of toasted rice kernels, this drink swaps the fruit flavours typical of many mocktails for an intense nuttiness.