mamoz launches thrilling new cocktail menu and bar bites for summer

  • mamoz launches thrilling new cocktail menu and bar bites for summer
  • mamoz launches thrilling new cocktail menu and bar bites for summer
  • mamoz launches thrilling new cocktail menu and bar bites for summer
  • mamoz launches thrilling new cocktail menu and bar bites for summer

mamoz, one of the most stylish bars in Causeway Bay has created a thrilling new modern cocktail menu to refresh customers during the hot and humid Hong Kong summer nights. The menu features cocktails with intriguing names such as Scarlette, Acid Rain, Eastern Pier, Fancy Cider, Butter Corn Julep, Clover Leaf, Blood Orchid and Tear Rock.  Guests can choose their cocktails based on whether they like sweet, rich, sour or fresh drinks by using mamoz’ new tasting graph. mamoz has also introduced a new selection of bar bites.

Acid Rain is influenced by an Old-Fashioned and includes citron vodka, kaffir lime leaves, one drop of lemon bitters and a splash of dry cherry liqueur. Served with ice carved from the block, Acid Rain is a refreshingly rich vodka cocktail.

The original Mint Julep was a classic summer drink synonymous with the American Derby Horseracing. With Happy Valley Racecourse in view of this spectacular bar the team at mamoz has created a contemporary version – a rich sweet Butter-Corn Julep with buttery carmelised corn flavoured bourbon.

Looking for something long, cool and thirst quenching? Then why not try the Fancy Cider featuring pear cider, elderflower, peach liqueur and orange bitters.  The perfect balance of flavours makes this a real thirst-quenching fresh and sweet cocktail.

A must-try is the show-stopping award-winning Tear Rock. Taking eight hours to prepare, Tear Rock is a gin based cocktail with passionfruit, lemon basil, apple, mint and elderflower encased inside a beautifully crafted ice tear glass, which is lit up after dark.

New bar bites

Raising the bar even further, mamoz has produced a distinctive new food menu. Featuring short rib tempura, hamachi and tapenade toast, smoked salmon and truffle hollandaise toast, and chicken tsukene with Ponzu and melted foie gras; the new menu is full of tempting choices. These dishes along with crab spring rolls, honey lime wings, pork cutlet sliders and a wide range of popular pizzas and pasta dishes will be available from today onwards.

A selection of alcoholic fruit punches perfect for sipping on the newly renovated rooftop complete the summer offering at mamoz. Customers are free to purchase bottles at the bar to top up their punches if they wish for something a little stronger.

mamoz is open from 5pm to 1am weekdays and 5pm to 3am on Friday and Saturday. It is closed on Sundays, however open for events. For reservations call 28903182. Every day between 5pm to 8pm all beers, house red/white wine, and many other selected items are half price.


For hi res photos, the logo or more information, please contact Mandy Queen at CRED Communications Ltd (English media) on +852 96847365 or email mandy@credcommunications.com and contact Alisdair Chan (Chinese media) on alisdair@credcommunications.com telephone +852 96337995.



mamoz takes up the top three floors of cubus, 1 Hoi Ping Road, Causeway Bay. Covering 5,000 sq ft across the 27th and 28th floors, mamoz has floor to ceiling windows offering superb views across Hong Kong Island.  With a sound system across all three floors, damask leather walls, hide-covered seating, an 8m Indonesian timber bar and subdued lighting casting gold across the modern refined interior, mamoz provides an intimate setting at night.

mamoz is owned by the Heichinrou Group, which has over 120 year history accumulated in Japan, Hong Kong and Thailand. Superior service to generations of customers has earned Heichinrou restaurants nationwide a loyal clientele. Today, Heichinrou is Japan’s oldest and most loved Chinese restaurant. While a departure from the Heichinrou brand, the team behind mamoz is committed to delivering the same superior service and quality.


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