Opening on July 5, this yōshoku (Western-influenced Japanese cuisine) restaurant is the latest venue launching at the newly renovated off-course betting centre of Hong Kong Jockey Club on Stanley Street. The eatery takes after the name of Tic-Tac Men, who used to facilitate the communication between betting companies and other off-site workers in the horse racing industry in the 19th century. Guests can order from the two sets of menus – available during non-racing days and racing days – with options of appetiser, soup, dessert, and two drinks, and includes dishes like crab croquette ($78), karaage fried chicken ($58), hamburger steak omurice ($138), and fried ebi omurice ($138).
Make sure to book a reservation during racing days to secure a seat. Booking will be available on this link from July 2 onwards.
*No entry to people aged under 18.