Vietnamese-Style Happy Hour

Viet Kitchen, the recently opened restaurant and bar concept by chef Peter Franklin, the man behind popular SoHo eatery Chôm Chôm, has launched a special Vietnamese-inspired happy hour just in time for summer.

During the happy hour, the bar is offering complimentary snacks with the purchase of any alcoholic beverages. Changed by daily rotation, the snack plates include the venue’s signature caramel chicken sings, as well as 7-spiced French fries with sriracha ketchup, prawn chips, fresh rice paper rolls, and a Vietnamese charcuterie plate with a sliced baguette, pork sausage, ham, cucumber and pickled daikon.

Beer lovers can opt for a Beer Flight Tasting, priced at HK$88 (US$11), which includes samples of four draft beers – Bia Viet, Asahi, Korenenbourg 1664 Blanc and Tetley’s. For a pure Vietnamese experience, the Beer Bucket (HK$188/US$24) comes with your choice of six regional Vietnamese beers, including Hanoi, Saigon, 333 and Larue.

For those needing a little sustenance along with their tipples, there is a Beer Flight and Pho Flight Pairing (HK$168/US$22) where four draft beers are paired with four special mini-sized pho tasting bowls. Bia Viet is paired with the delicate Hanoi chicken pho; Asahi is paired with the Saigon beef pho; zesty Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc is matched with the Hue spicy beef and pork pho; while the creamy Tetley’s is complemented by the aromatic roast duck pho.

The Viet Kitchen Happy Hour is available Monday through Saturday from 5-7pm, until July 31.

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