Soho is Hong Kong’s beating heart of drinking and dining—but that’s no secret. A long-standing player in the neighbourhood, Fini’s, has been serving Italian casual eats since its debut. Decked in old-school 60’s decor and an eye-catching red colour theme, Fini’s remains a crowd favourite in a central location off the escalators. We drop by to try the cult classics, which includes indulgent appetisers and hearty pasta.
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Casual ambience in Soho
There’s no need to be intimidated when arriving at Fini’s—the setting is casual and the crowd welcoming, reigning in visitors from near and far. Plenty arrive for the drinks, but those who stay past the happy hours order from the food menu, which ranges from pizza and pasta to the signature secret recipe meatballs.