Drink

Some of the best places to quench the need for your morning coffee or that evening cocktail.

The perfect spot for a girly get together with tea sets that include a fantastic selection of savoury sandwiches  (including mini-sliders in the Gentleman’s set) and tasty bite-sized desserts. Tea Saloon closes up shop around 7 pm, so it’s best suited for afternoon gatherings and the separate area near the back of the shop can …
A quiet oasis, which serves organic tea (no coffee), delicious cakes, homemade scones plus some light snacks. Open Wed-Sunday 11-7
The Alchemist is a traveller café in a less well-travelled part of Kowloon. It’s quirky décor includes postcards and travel guides from around the world, as well as a mini travel library. The menu is an East meets West fusion, with an Asian interpretation of an English breakfast being a popular choice. The drinks list …
The Black Star is the sister bar to the Blck Brd. Open for lunch, brunch, drinks or dinner, this place feels just like your ideal neighbourhood local. Serves simple, British and Southern European food, has beers on tap including Fuller’s London Pride and Young Master Ales, alongside a vast selection of spirits, wines and cocktails. …
With it’s outdoor terrace and happy hour from 12-8, this place is a big hit with the after work crowd, but their new light lunch menu means it’s now a great place to enjoy a relaxed lunch with the family on the terrace either in the week or at weekends – the best of both …
The Chinnery in the Mandarin Oriental has a relaxed club-like atmosphere with inviting arm chairs and warm wood panelling. It serves traditional British cuisine including bangers and mash, fish and chips and steak and ale pie and is also home to one of the world’s largest collections of single malt whiskies – over 120. Closed …
Part of the Caffé Habitu group, these cool coffee shop/restaurants are a fantastic addition to Hong Kong’s coffee shop scene.  The food is Italian – think paninis and pastas and the coffee is pretty good too! The CWB outlet has an outside terrace (although right next to a busy road).
Coffee for the connoisseur, created by runner up to the Hong Kong Barista Championships, Derek Chiu, this place has some serious coffee on offer! The wide range of chocolate is worth a look, particularly the dark chocolate and bacon… New store opened November 2014 in Wan Chai – two storey cafe offering the same stunning coffee plus …
Opening right in the heart of Central is Hong Kong’s newest rum bar: The Daily Tot. Taking its name from the Navy tradition of handing out a rum ration to sailors, this new opening is sure to be a summer hit. The man behind the concept is Gerry Olino (from Foxglove and Dr. Fern’s) who …
On the third floor of The Pottinger Hotel you’ll find a welcoming outdoor terrace amid the crowds of Central. Snacks and a limited a la carte menu are available but the main draw here is the wondrous cocktails concocted by mixologist Antonio Lai. Birds of a Feather, a unique blend of scotch, blueberry and pomegranate …