2. All their drinks are must-tries!
Want something fruity? Or maybe something sour? Do you want something for sipping or something of big volumes? How about something sweet? LK offers you a wide variety of flavors in all shapes and sizes. The man behind the bar, Carlos Munarriz, dedicated his time and effort learning and mastering the art of bartending and mixing. The menu is even categorized by the bases (gin/wine/etc.) to make it easier for you to choose.
Uh Huh Honey Mule (P99): vodka-based mule made with real ginger, infused with honey and mint.
Designated Survivor in a big fish bowl (P369) on the left, which comes with a mystery shot for the last man standing and Pa Tai baby fish bowl (P129) on the right – a killer indeed!
Carlos preparing a Sour Diesel (P99), LK’s take on the classic gimlet.
1. They’re redefining what a speakeasy is.
When you think of a speakeasy, you automatically think of a hidden place guarded by a secret password with the interiors either involving neon lights or no signage at all. LK wants to evolve from that concept.
“We feel like we’re a speakeasy for the newer generation. It’s not about how hidden you are; it’s about the drinks, the food, the offerings — the over-all vibe. We made the concept more playful. It’s that type of branding which makes us speakeasy,” both Bea and Marco claim.
Feast for the eyes: LK offers quality and affordable Chinese food.
A group of friends devours the Designated Survivor. Who will be the last man (or woman) standing?
Lan Kwai Hong Kong Cuisine and Speakeasy offers great food, great drinks, and an even greater ambience. If you’re after a unique Hong Kong experience, LK is the place to be. What are you waiting for? Rush over to this one-of-a-kind speakeasy now!
Lan Kwai Hong Kong Cuisine
42 Esteban Abada Street, Loyola Heights, Quezon City
Mondays to Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.