Tantalise your tastebuds with the highlights of HK’s gastro scene!

Look closely down an uninspiring alley in LFK and find this restaurant that pays homage to Mexican food.  The interior is so eclectic with a mix of graffiti style artwork, bare floors and exposed brick and the whole atmosphere is something different for HK.  The food makes it extra special – authentic and delicious.  It’s always busy …
Both the Central and Causeway Bay restaurants have a relaxed vibe with free wi-fi, newspapers and magazines to help while away a lazy Sunday morning.  They serve tasty home-made breads, and have a delicious selection of brunch and supper dishes, with wine at a good price.
A fabulous, colourful and chic café brought to you by Mrs B’s Bakery (located in Sevva). The decor is whimsical with teapot lights dangling from the ceiling, brightly coloured seating and butterflies adorning the walls. It’s a great place for stunning cake creations and delicious coffee.
Contemporary all day dining and particularly good for families with their varied menu offering something for everyone. The open show kitchens will keep the kids entertained, as will the fantastic activity packs handed out to all the young diners. Food ranges from the best of Asian to the classic burger.  The afternoon tea is delightful.
Lovely restaurant with views down over the whole of Hong Kong and an Art Deco interior.  You can have private dining as well as in the restaurant or terrace and the kids will be happy in the well stocked kids’ corner.   The food is a blend of Asian and Western dishes with something for …
Enjoy splendid harbour views from the 49th Floor of the Upper House.  This grand café serves modern European classics and one of Hong Kong’s best afternoon teas and the service is extremely efficient and attentive.  There are even spectacular views from floor to ceiling windows next to the sinks in the bathrooms! A great place to wow …
With its bright, eclectic décor, and East-meets-West fusion cuisine, Café Inside is a fun place to relax with friends. Their menu isn’t huge, but they do an excellent all-day breakfast for just $68! Hours: Monday – Sunday: 11:00 – 23:00
Busy and popular spot serves a mean Pho as well as a whole host of other Vietnamese specialities.  Great for a quick and cheap lunch as well as dinner.
Artisan Viennese coffee house, with outdoor terrace in the heart of PoHo. Great coffee, delicious cakes and an ideal spot to relax with a newspaper or stop for a quick refuel. Open: 10:00 – 18:00
Located within the Island Shangri La, Café Too is a very large restaurant with 10 different styles of cuisine all prepared from open kitchens – kids will love to watch the chefs at work.