Some of the best places to quench the need for your morning coffee or that evening cocktail.
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.
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 …
There is great people-watching overlooking LKF at the latest incarnation of the infamous Tokyo Shot Bar. If you’re looking for a big night, take on the 15-shot challenge, or try to become “chief” by banging a drum when the bar is crowded but beware – if you do, you’re buying everyone a shot.
From the same stable of restaurants that also includes 208 Duecento Otto and Duddell’s, is the newly opened Ham and Sherry. With celebrity chef Jason Atherton at the helm, Ham and Sherry, as its name suggests, serves 50 delicious sherries, classic tapas with a twist and aged hams from around Spain.
International cuisine with great views over the harbour and an outdoor terrace for cooler days. The buffet is good value and the service is generally attentive.
The HMV Kafe offers a full menu of pastas and salads as well as the opportunity to listen to music while you eat using the tablets installed with a music app. In addition to the food menu, there are alcoholic beverages plus coffee, tea and soft drinks. Opening Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.