Anyone fond of traditional beer and food straight from the middle of Central Europe has good reason to celebrate.
The bar (Pivo actually means "beer" in Czech.) sets the standard for the classic Czech experience, with an exclusive variety of beers and liqueurs. The beverage menu emphasizes a wide range of Czech traditional beers brewed and distilled using age-old techniques.
The beer's flowing at Pivo, Hong Kong's first Czech bar — Photo courtesy of Pivo
Guests can enjoy their top national draught beers Pilsner Urquell and Kozel Dark, as well as a wide range of bottled beers including Staropramen and Primator Lezak.
Pivo also specializes in an array of vodkas that are uncommon in town, like Zubrowka Bison, Chopin and Beluga; an impressive list of absinthe, including La Fee Bohemian and Pastis Henry Bardouin; and signature cocktails.
Green Goblin (Stolichnaya Vodka, absinthe, melon liqueur, lemon, rosemary and ginger ale); Rusky Splash (Russian Standard Vodka, aperol, grapefruit juice and soda); and Wild Lush (Stolichnaya Vodka, lime, triple sec, passion fruit purée and wildberry) are all perfect for anyone who wants to unwind with friends and try something new in town.
Diners can pair their beers and cocktails with a selection of hearty Czech classics for a complete dining experience.
Featuring traditional delicacies such as crisp fried carp fish fritters with potato salad and caper herb dip; classic Bohemian goulash soup and a wheat bread roll; the Czech house platter with mixed sausages; pork belly and cabbage; and roasted bone marrow with braised oxtail and bread dumplings, Pivo Czech Bar grants diners a taste of the Czech Republic with a traditional flare.
Casual and unpretentious, Pivo Czech Bar blends simple and classic designs to create an authentic Czech ambiance. Decorated with bronze beer pipes, patterned tiles and stone tabletops, the bar gives a contemporary yet rustic atmosphere for an unparalleled dining and drinking experience inspired by picturesque Central Europe.
Best of all, Pivo Czech Bar sits in a mini oasis on top of one of Hong Kong's smartest shopping malls, Elements, which itself is located above Kowloon MTR station.
The bar overlooks a spacious piazza, which fills up in the evenings with revelers from nearby offices and apartment blocks, keen to let off stream and re-hydrate in one of Hong Kong's most relaxed and pleasant locales.