Barfly is a European pub with great English style craft beers made in the renowned Guiyang brewery Tripsmith. Our selection includes Porters, Ales and Stouts.
In addition there is a wide range of well-priced, fancy yet serious cocktails and a selection of European wines and even English Cider!
Outside seating, wooden beer station, owner-made bar top and the Rolls Royce of professional beer tap systems all make for a comfortable chilled out drinking and eating environment.
For art lovers, ask to see B1!
As for the food, one of the owners is an ace baker hailing from southern Germany, and making Pretzels, sour dough's and cakes, while her partner makes homemade sausages and authentic savoury pies, as well as other great snacks and meals from all over Europe.
We also sell frozen home made sausages pies and meats to customers to take home.
We sell English apple and juniper, German Thuringer, chilli and soon truffle sausages.
All are individually wrapped so you can easily take one out of the freezer at a time rather than a whole kilo.
We are also selling chicken and now mushroom pasties as well as our cooked ham.
We can sell wholesale to businesses too at reduced price depending on the quantity purchased.
Run by longterm expat Kunmingers who know the city and people well, this is a welcome addition to the smorgasbord that is Kunming.
A great local pub to make friends in and a solid menu at great prices.
Also good for travelers just passing through. All are welcome! Barfly loves you!
Very good food, beer and atmosphere, perfect location.
A really beautifully appointed place with a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere! The beers are really cool if somewhat potent and the food is quality. I'd definitely highly recommend it!
Awesome beer, friendly owners/staff and locals, homemade food. Nice place to meet, chat, and drink... not a noisy place.
Lao Fa. We all look forward to you opening a bar so we can come and pass judgement. Kris cooks everything with love and both Alex and Kris are great hosts but the first month or so in any business are hideously difficult. Please review again in six months after these hard working guys get their training wheels off.
We were drooling looking at the menu, but the dishes turned out to be tiny and insipid.
I suggest adding a pinch of love and passion in the kitchen and a big table spoon of hospitality in the management.
(Heated reaction. First review ever. First time I wonder how a manager can be that inhospitable too. Anyway, love and peace, hope you'll improve and make it in this cruel hospitality industry.)