Three places to discover the waterpipe tradition in Hong Kong
This Lebanese lounge also has excellent nargile, which is an important part of culture in the restaurant’s country of origin. A quiet, cosy venue in the bustling Central district, Sumac has custom-made hookah pipes designed and crafted in an authentic, exotic style.
9 Glenealy, Central
Originating from Los Angeles’ Koreatown, where Boba Bear got its start in 2010, the Hong Kong outlet was the brand’s first international venture. Boba means bubble tea; the bar uses California-imported coconut charcoal, served in three different styles of pipes. A creative variety of 40 flavours is available, including red gummy bear, strawberry margarita and spiced chai.
30/F, 38 Yiu Wa St, Causeway Bay
With a classy, mystical ambience in this Moroccan restaurant, shisha can be a truly indulgent experience. Fruit-based flavours such as apple, grape and blueberry are available; cappuccino is also a signature. Order directly from the waiter if you don’t see it on the menu.
2/F, 77 Wyndham Street, Central
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