Top Choice Craft Beer in Lamma

Yardley Brothers Beer Shack

These brewer brothers sell tasty craft beer on tap from a black booth on the way to the island's main beach. The refreshing Lamma Island IPA is perfect for a day by the water.
Cafe in Cheung Chau


Valor offers great respite from Cheung Chau's crowded streets. The shop is tastefully understated with a display of ice-drip contraptions near the entrance. The well-made coffee is presented creatively. Ice-drip is …
Bar in Lantau


Sleek and somewhat corporate-feeling, this Caribbean restaurant and bar is always packed with Disco Bay expats sipping rum cocktails and eating plates of plant-based meatball marinara and BBQ pulled jackfruit – the …
Bar in Lantau

China Beach Club

This cheerful restaurant has an airy rooftop and balcony overlooking Silvermine Bay beach for those who want to chill over their home-style Greek moussaka or just kick back with a cocktail or beer. The two-for-one c…
Bar in Lamma

Island Bar

The closest bar to Yung Shue Wan's ferry pier, this institution is a favourite with older expats and hosts the best jam sessions (and quiz nights) on the island. Happy hour 5pm to 8pm.
Pub in Lantau

China Bear

Mui Wo's most popular expat pub, China Bear has a welcoming open bar facing the water. Proximity to the ferry terminal makes it a convenient spot for day-trippers and Lantau locals to stop by for their first or last…
Bar in Lamma

7th Avenue

Though the city-sounding name doesn’t match Lamma’s rural ambience, this Mediterranean-themed bar close to the Yung Shue Wan ferry pier has a welcoming atmosphere with hookahs and outdoor seating, thanks to the youn…
Pub in Cheung Chau

Pink Pig Music Bar

A lively corner pub with tables five steps from the sea and weekly live music. The small kitchen whips up reasonable pub grub like multi-coloured nachos with homemade salsa, which are best accompanied by the selecti…
Bar in Cheung Chau

Hing Kee Beach Bar

This hole-in-the-wall drinking spot at quiet Kwun Yam Wan beach is a store-and-bar combo, and a popular hang-out for villagers and those in the know. Auntie Hing (the owner) makes really good grub with her home-grow…