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7s Weekend: Places to Eat Outside the Stadium

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Don’t fancy KFC, McDonalds or a meat pie as sustenance during the Rugby Sevens this weekend? Head to one of these nearby family-friendly restaurants for a break from the action.

HSBC Sevens Village

Conveniently located within stumbling distance

Step out of the stadium and directly across the road is the HSBC Sevens Village. Available to HSBC card holders, it offers food and drinks of a much higher level than in the actual stadium, including burgers and hot dogs and much more. Kids are kept entertained with face painting and rugby themed games and thanks to the massive screen, you won’t miss any of the game!

The Rugby Club Party

The Rugby Club provides a private area within the Sevens Village a few steps from the Hong Kong Stadium. The facility will have a beer garden with picket fence and picnic tables, a tent with a main bar, big screen, seating area and a BBQ area cooking up burgers, hot dogs, ribs etc. Located next to the HSBC Kids Zone, be assured kids will be entertained while the parents watch the games. Kids entertainment includes face painting, jugglers, balloon twister, stilt walker and interactive games! 

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Tai Hang Bar & Grill

Minutes Walk to Stadium: 12

Part of family-friendly restaurant group Castelo Concepts, Tai Hang Bar & Grill has a broad menu that’s sure to offer something for everyone. It’s also a good option for a pre-rugby breakfast especially for those with a sore head (try the big breakfast)!

G/F, Intelligent Court, 38 Tung Lo Wan Road, Tai Hang

Tel: +852 2525 1439

www.casteloconcepts.com/our-venues/tai-hang-bar-amp-grill?our-venues/tai-hang-bar-and-grill

Din Tai Fung

Minutes Walk to Stadium: 12

How lucky is it that everyone’s favourite dim sum restaurant is within walking distance to the stadium? With vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options, literally anyone can eat here and it’s perfect food for big groups! Swing by for lunch or dinner (of an afternoon feast, Din Tai Fung is notoriously good value so this won’t break the bank either.

Shop G3-11, G/F, 68 Yee Wo St., Causeway Bay

Tel: +852 3160 8998

www.dintaifung.com.hk

Frites

Minutes Walk to Stadium: 12

There’s way more to Frites than Belgian Beer and Mussels, although you won’t be disappointed with the moules! The kids menu includes favourites such as Mini Burgers, Spag Bol and Fish and Chips.

Shop 1, 38 Haven St., Causeway Bay

Tel: +852 2142 5233

www.frites.hk

Maison Eric Kayser

Minutes Walk to Stadium: 19

Although this is a slightly further walk, the food is absolutely worth it. Delicious sandwiches and pastries await at this quiet spot in Happy Valley where you can use the walk to relax after the chaos of the stadium. Worried about the kids complaining during the walk back? Get one of the mouth watering cakes as a reward for whoever whines the least!

60 Ventris Road, Happy Valley

Tel: +852 3107 0008

www.maison-kayser.com.hk

Mother of Pizzas

Minutes Walk to Stadium: 14

If you love pizza, this is definitely your place. The chefs at Mother of Pizzas craft their pizzas with love and care to create taste explostions that you will never want to end. Pro tip: order the garlic bread, it’s to die for.

G/F, 13, 19 Leighton Rd., Causeway Bay

Tel: +852 2891 2221

www.motherofpizzas.com

Special Offers at Lee Gardens

A number of restaurants within Lee Gardens have special offers during the Sevens weekend. TA-KE, Gonpachi Japanese Restaurant, John Anthony, 10 Shanghai and An Nam Vietnamese Restaurant are all offering special Sevens set menus for $777 per person. Habitu table has a menu for two people that costs $477, while Reserva Iberica has a $328 set.

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