Calio is a laid-back pub by day, a good spot to chill or have a beer at the outside tables in the afternoon. There is a rather Euro-centric beer menu with over 30 varieties available by the bottle, an extensive shots menu, a cocktail menu, and a few wines. The place is transformed in the evening with tables filled with customers enjoying drinks and the atmosphere. The people at the table beside us were smoking a shisha (water pipe). We sampled a syrupy mojito, glad to note that it was made with real mint, and one of the rosiest tequila sunrises ever, so the cocktails should please those with a sweet tooth. On weekends, the evening brings live music with singers performing covers in Chinese, English, and Spanish. We like the tables that look out on the street the best. The food menu features mostly Western offerings and has pictures and English. On offer are small bites, salads, snacks like sandwiches and wings. Food prices are very reasonable for the area. Drinks start at 45 Yuan and up.
Lan Kwai Fong 1/F, Building 15 B