The ThirtySix Launches Izakaya-inspired Food Menu and Popular “2-for-1” Daily Happy Hour
ThirtySix Bar & Co has already garnered a loyal following of discerning guests, who return for the venue’s highballs, modern-classic cocktails and the great selection of rare whiskey found in its Instagrammable Whiskey Vault. Now, a long-awaited Izakaya-inspired food menu has been launched at The ThirtySix Bar & Co this June, alongside brilliant “two-for-one” happy hour daily deals that will herald in the summer months in style.
The bar team at this leading cocktail divan have worked with the venue’s culinary team to create a menu that’s not only packed with brilliant flavours, but also pairs perfectly with the bar’s intriguing cocktails, perfect for cooling off after a hectic day at work. Influenced by the way great drinks and dishes travel to new horizons, much like the classic train journeys of old, after which the bar’s interiors are inspired, The ThirtySix Bar & Co’s Pan-Asian dishes are designed for sharing – some which served on skewers fresh from the charcoal grill.
Highlights of the ThirtySix Bar & Co’s food menu include a great selection of chargrilled skewers, including “Gyutan” ox tongue (HK$58); Spanish pork belly kimchi roll (HK$48); chicken wings“Tebamoto” in Yakiniku (HK$48); crunchy chicken “Nankotsu” cartilage (HK$42); crispy Kava chicken skin (HK$38); squid with Korean citron sauce (HK$42); and scallops in pesto (HK$72).
Other soul-soothing sharing items include the “Hotaru-Ika” firefly squid in sake soy sauce with wasabi cheese (HK$78); Sakura shrimp Kakiage-tempura (HK$68); Unagi avocado rolls (HK$78); and chicken crackling with salted egg (HK$68).
For something more substantial, guests can choose from the Old-Fashioned Burger (HK$138), inspired by the iconic cocktail, with Australian ground beef, bitter-infused orange and cherry jam with sesame or the Blue Cheese Fondant Burger (HK$158) with Australian ground beef, blue cheese, fig marmalade and balsamic onion.
Vegetarian lovers will also rejoice, as there are plenty of vegetarian items to satiate any craving, from crunchy edamame Kiritanpo served with wasabi-seaweed mayo (HK$68); and gooey grilled cheese Daifuku (HK$38); to rice crackers with veggie-mocktail mousseline (HK$88); succulent fried tofu in wasabi and tomato sauce (HK$48); eggplant Caprese (HK$52); and charcoal grilled seasonal fruits and vegetable platter (HK$108).
Happy Hour Summary
From June 1st onwards, Monday to Saturday from 5 pm to 8 pm – starting price from HK$60 – “2-for-1” – beers, house wines, and selected classic cocktails
2/F, 23 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2336 4498 / +852 2336 1411
Monday to Saturday -5pm to late