The Canny Man is Hong Kong's only traditional Scottish themed bar. Located in the basement of the Wharney Guang Dong Hotel, The Canny Man serves traditional Scottish Fayre, including Haggis, Neeps & Tatties, Steak & Ale Pie, Mince & Tatties, Lamb Stovies and Traditional Scotch Pie. The Canny Man also boasts a collection of over 80 single malts, 9 Scottish beers and a selection of British and Belgian Ales

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Join us for our Pub Quiz Wednesday from 8pm

 

Cannyman newly installed traditional bristle dart board

Come down for a game of arrows

 

English Premier League

Liverpool v Southampton

English Premier League

Brighton v Spurs

English Premier League

West Ham v Chelsea

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Darts

Fancy a game of arrows?

Come down and enjoy our traditional bristle dartboard.

Free to play - no charge

Chieftain's Bottle

Monthly meeting of the St Andrew's Society of Hong Kong. For more information, check out their website.

BBC Society

The monthly gathering of the BBC (British Born Chinese) social. For more information visit their facebook group

Special Set Dinner

3 course set dinner menu with a glass of house red or white wine for $165.

(not available during public holidays)

All Day Roast

2 Course and a glass of Softdrink

Mondays Buy 1 Get 1

Buy One Main Course get One Main Course absolutly free every Monday from 5pm

Tuesday Beer n Burger Promo

Every Tuesday Beer n Burger night.

Cannyman's classic Burger n Wedges served with a Pint of San Miguel 

Only $98

Thursday's Pie n Pint night

Pie, chips or mash, peas and gravy served with a Pint of San Miguel. Choice of Cottage, Curry vegetable or Fishalocious Pies.

Only $98

Premiership Football
Quiz Night

Quiz Night

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Ferry Fears and Public Transport

….Oh well, trying to get this thing back up and running…again! I’ve been following the Lamma Ferry fiasco with mouth agape, and thinly veiled smug satisfaction.  I used to live on Lamma.  I always stayed alert to what was happening on the ferry, as I never trusted these guys.  As a rule public transport in [...]

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The English Patient & The Atomic Bomb

Following on from yesterday’s post, and after a few beers, I remembered a rhetorical question posed in The English Patient, a book I read many years ago, it was a wonderfully literary book, if rather hard going. But don’t panic, I’m not going all literary on you. There was a Indian character in the book, [...]

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Alternative Histories

Been a while and for that I apologize.  It’s not that I haven’t found stuff to bitch about, it’s just that there is so much crap in the SCMP I dunno where to start, so for now, am going to take a wee different tack. I’ve been writing stuff for a while about the “law [...]

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