Located in Mong Kok, Graceland (the namesake of Elvis Presley's home in Memphis, Tennessee) is a neighbourhood bar and restaurant inspired by all the rich flavours of the American South alongside drinks at an easy-going bar. The 46-seat space offers indoor and semi-outdoor seating, and plates up American soul food with a list of cocktails, fruity ciders, and draft beers on the menu.
Food-wise, expect big flavours in dishes such as the hot Nashville chicken sandwich ($135 with two sides), which sandwiches a crispy chicken breast covered in Nashville-style hot sauce with ranch dressing and pickles; crispy yet tender country fried steak (which is available on weekends only for $165 with two sides); and the Mississippi catfish ($120 with two sides) with deep-fried buttermilk soaked catfish served with a vinegary Louisiana hot sauce.
Graceland also has bar snacks on the menu including fun little country fair mini corndogs ($75 for 6) which go down a treat when washed down with a crisp 2Towns Unfiltered Apple Cider ($70) or Hound Dog High Ball ($70) cocktail among other drinks.
The team at Graceland are friendly, knowledgeable and offer the warm hospitality often found in the United States' southern regions. Plus with free play on Graceland's fantastic vinyl-spinning jukebox which spins rare 45 records of Hong Kong's most iconic hits and old-school hits, you're in for a really good time.