Coffee

Coffee shop in Causeway Bay Hong Kong - cool vibe and good coffee
Purveyors of some of Hong Kong’s finest coffee brewed by experts.  The industrial chic interior is a great place to take some time away and relax and upstairs they sell coffee beans and machinery for retail and commercial customers. Food served too, with pasta recommended.
In a neighbourhood packed with a slew of cafes who promise to hit the spot, Brew Bros manages to actually deliver. Sourcing beans from both local and international roasters, you can opt for either hand-drip or espresso. They also make a mighty fine chai tea and have a small kitchen that offers a range of …
Quaint little coffee shop with outlets in Central and Wan Chai.  Has a menu of sandwiches, bagels and light meals, plus the Wan Chai branch has an outdoor seating area. Beautiful Italian coffee and talented baristas.  
Above the bustling streets of Mong Kok there is a refuge for all caffeine addicts, known to locals as Comma Cafe. This oasis really is a hidden treasure, located on the 21st floor of a rundown building that can only be described as a rabbit warren of obscure shops, eateries, and beauty salons. It takes some …
Corner Café is a lovely place to while away the hours whilst sipping on a great cup of tea or coffee. The interior is tiny, so you can be hard-pushed to get a seat on the weekends, but it’s definitely worth the wait. Their range of home-made pies and cakes are delectable, and shouldn’t be missed.
Full Cup is a quirky café spanning 5 floors that attracts a young hipster crowd and is entered from the back alley of a sushi restaurant. Pop into the music room on the third floor for live bands, or head to the fourth floor for an alfresco dining experience on the Gaudi-inspired terrace. The fifth …
A tiny café that specialises in tea, hot chocolate and awesome cakes.  Seats only 9 people, but the size means that it’s got a great local neighbourhood feel, and it attracts a cool crowd.
Kubrick is just the thing for any lit-lover with a penchant for chic café culture. A tranquil haven nestled in between Temple Street Night Market and Yau Ma Tei Jade Market; the place feels serene, arty, and quite out of place in its surroundings. The walls are decked out with monthly exhibitions from local artists, …
A hidden gem in Sai Ying Pun, this Cafe has delicious coffee that is a must-try. Outdoor seating available.
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