Want to know what’s happening around your hood or need to find the closest restaurant? Check out our The Nate Guide Map and start exploring the neighbourhood! We will add a new place every week so please continue to check back and if you feel you have some good suggestions for the rest of The Nate community please email us at email@example.com.
Only a 7-minute walk from The Nate studio apartments is the Scarlett Café and Wine Bar, a trendy French-style bar and bistro. Not only is it located conveniently near The Nate, but the restaurant also offers great daily specials. You can enjoy tapas with French wine for dinner, or an affordable $88 or $98 2-3 course lunch set! The good reviews on this restaurant are endless, head over soon!
Location: G/F, 2 Austin Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui
Hours: Mon – Fri 15:00 to 23:00 ; Sat – Sun 11:00 to 00:00
Just 6-minutes walk from The Nate, Australia Dairy Co is definitely one of the hidden gem restaurants if you’re the first time visiting Hong Kong.
Being the traditional Cha Chaan Teng, they offer local Hong Kong cuisine dishes. They specialize in steamed milk pudding, scrambled eggs and toast. It was named by its founder, who worked on an Australian farm in the 40s. Insider tips, don’t hesitate too long for your order! Otherwise, you will get the taste of their style of “service”.
Address: 47 Parkes Street, Jordan
Opening Hours: 7.30am-11pm. Closed every Thursday
(Photo source: TimeOut Hong Kong)
At The Drunken Pot, they cater for all seasons – tailoring their menus with freshest ingredients and exciting recipes that will keep you coming back for more, whatever the weather!
They re-inventing Hong Kong’s hotpot tradition with innovative recipes and flavours – along with fun seasonal and festive specialities, exotic cocktails and freshest of fresh sashimi – assuring surprising new dining experiences to delight you on every visit.
Source from The Drunken Pot website
Just a 4-minute walk from our The Nate studio apartments is the Vibes Lounge outdoor bar in The Mira Hotel. The bar is modelled after a secret garden and offers private cabana rentals, delicious and carefully crafted cocktails, live DJ music, and a pretty chilled atmosphere.
Live DJ – Thursday 20:00-00:00, Friday/Saturday 19:30-00:30
Private Cabanas – Monday through Sunday
HK $1500 for a group of 5 or below for half cabana
HK $3000 for a group of 6 and above for full cabana
Opening Hours – Monday to Wednesday 6pm-12am, Thursday to Saturday 6pm-1am, Sunday 5pm-12am
Only an 8-minute walk from The Nate is Knutsford Terrace, an area well-known for bars and nightlife in Tsim Sha Tsui. Here are some bars to check out.
Caliente – This is a great spot for some Mexican eats and drinks, the perfect place to start off your night.
3/F, 6 Knutsford Terrace, Tsim Sha Tsui
Joe’s Billards & Bar – After a great dinner head over to Joe’s where you can play pool, darts, and beer pong with a pub menu.
11/F, 1 Knutsford Terrace, Tsim Sha Tsui
Assembly – Besides its delicious cocktails Assembly serves tapas-style shared plates.
G-1/F, 6 Knutsford Terrace, Tsim Sha Tsui
Beach Club Café – Here you can find a beachy atmosphere with island-themed cocktails as well as delicious Indonesian bar snacks.
13 Knutsford Terrace, Tsim Sha Tsui
The Ring – This bar is e-sports themed, integrating e-gaming such as video games, beer pong, slap cup and darts. Beyond its interactive e-games it offers bar foods and cocktails.
6/F, 10-11 Knutsford Terrace, Tsim Sha Tsui
Situated in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui on Nathan Road, Tai Pan Reflexology Parlour is a place to relax, rejuvenate get pampered in a cool environment that takes you back to 1940’s China.
Address: 83 Nathan Road basement
Opens Monday to Sunday 11 AM to Midnight
Tel: +852 2301 1990
Located 16 minutes away from The Nate by walk, K11 MUSEA is the new cultural-retail destination on Victoria Dockside, Hong Kong. Inspired by ‘A Muse by the Sea’, K11 MUSEA is designed to enrich the new consumer’s daily life through the power of creativity, culture and innovation.
K11 MUSEA opened its doors in August 2019 to usher in a new era of cultural retail which speaks to the growing consumer demand for naturally immersive experiences of art, culture, nature and commerce.
Avenue of Stars
Redesigned by renowned architect James Corner, together with other international and local designers, the Avenue of Stars on the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront has been revitalised with new features.
There are more than a hundred celebrity handprints to take you on a dazzling “journey to the stars”. The elegant copper-coloured handprints are now meticulously set into the wooden handrails for you to view easily. At the same time, you can check out the stars’ biographies and their selected movie clips by scanning the QR codes with your smartphone.
The refurbished Avenue of Stars features extended green spaces and enhanced leisure facilities, achieving better pedestrian circulation and perfect use of space. The dazzling movie elements are also resonating with the splendour: the internationally renowned Victoria Harbour view. Together with the widespread use of innovative and eco-friendly design, making Avenue of Stars an international sustainable-designed promenade.