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  1. OBP interior
    Photograph: Courtesy OBP
  2. OBP spicy braised pork ribs
    Photograph: Courtesy OBP
  3. OBP kimchi pancake
    Photograph: Courtesy OBP

Time Out says

This new Korean drinking and eating joint, or sooljip (which directly translates as alcohol house in Korean) is located in the alleyway behind Old Bailey Street in Central. OBP stands for Old Bailey Pocha, which refers to the covered street food vendors in South Korea, and has been developed by the team behind 11 Westside who aim to bring the classic Korean drinking experience, which always comes with a side of food, to Hong Kong. Think wagyu beef tartare paired with Korean baekseju made from glutinous rice, or kimchi pancakes and galbi dumplings washed down with makgeolli (raw rice wine), and spicy braised pork ribs, among other dishes.


3-5 Old Bailey St, Central
(Enter via alleyway behind Old Bailey Street)
Hong Kong
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Opening hours:
Mon to Sun 6pm-2am
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