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Post  Rex Smith on Sun Jan 06, 2008 4:43 pm


G/F & 1/F, 46-50 D'Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong
Central, Hong Kong
Fax:(852) 2549 4467
Tel:(852) 2845 5533

Stormies one of Lan Kwai Fong’s quintessential meeting landmarks, undergoes a transformation into the new Stormies Crabshack, where you can enjoy the freshest ocean catches, with a touch of New England, in Central. Set in a relaxed, casual atmosphere, the restaurant offers a brand new seafood-focused menu.

Following a nautical theme as its sister restaurant in Stanley, The Boathouse, the ground floor bar features floor-to-ceiling folding windows, which open onto busy D'Aguilar Street. The floor is covered with long slabs of teak, resembling a ship’s deck, with a long, polished brass bar countertop stretching across the room. Dominating the bar's sunset yellow walls are large mirrors, framed in stainless steel, complete with brass bolts. Nautical wares such as solid brass barometers, cabin clocks and anchors adorn the walls. A pair of 21-inch televisions screens footage from classic yachting races to annual sports events. A staircase leads to the upper-deck restaurant, lit by brass bulkhead lamps. At the top of the stairs is a four-foot high model of the Shamrock 1 yacht, which competed in America’s Cup in 1980.

Chairs are in teak, or furnished with navy blue fabric, while windows on the first floor can be also be folded back, creating a bright and breezy atmosphere.

Sun-Thur 11:30am-2am
Fri-Sat 11:30am-3am
Dinner until 10:30pm

Happy Hours:
5pm-8pm except Friday

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