Some of the best places to quench the need for your morning coffee or that evening cocktail.
Dr. Fern’s Gin Parlour is a bar with tons of character. Dr. Fern is a self-proclaimed physician who treats customers’ “ailments” with concoctions of fresh local herbs and botanicals mixed with high-quality Gins from around the world. The bar features a short menu of pre-fab drinks as well as the “Doctor’s Prescription” where the “doctor” …
Fab all you can eat Dim Sum lunch which is good for groups and surprisingly well catered to families. Turns into a great nightspot after dark.
This quaint little café has indoor and outdoor seating and serves a range of hot and cold drinks (including wine and beer), cakes, pastries and savoury food. The B&B has stylish rooms, and a boutique feel. Open Wednesday to Sunday/public holidays: 12:00 – 19:00, other times by appointment only.
Fang Fang is a contemporary Asian restaurant and bar experience. Named after the so-called “jewel of Shanghai opera” the restaurant features highly creative modern Asian fare and Asian-inspired concoctions inspired by travels throughout Asia.
Inconspicuous entrance make it hard to find but the interior of this former antique shop make the search worthwhile. Great fruit cocktails. Be prepared to show HKID and dress to impress.
Located on Caine Road, Mid Levels, Filters Lane is a warm and cosy coffee shop that offers a good range of home roasted coffee. Ideal place to relax and catch up with friends.
Refined and relaxed atmosphere. Extensive champagne and cocktail menu, perfect for a wind down after work.
Member’s club for those associated with the media, business and diplomatic community. Offers excellent dining facilities in a beautiful building situated in the heart of Central.
Fu Lu Shou offers Chinese food that is inspired by the China towns in the UK and US. The outdoor terrace with huge, bright graffiti on the wall and comfy sofas make it a great place to head to for after work drinks. Don’t forget to try one of the refreshing and rather potent cocktails.
With two locations in Central in the IFC and Landmark, Fuel is one of the most popular spots for the coffee connoisseur. Service can sometimes be a little tricky though, and expect to pay around $40 for a flat white.