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Calimex Taqueria and Bar and Grill locations offer American-style Mexican food such as burritos, tacos, salads, nachos and quesadillas. The restaurant focuses on high-quality ingredients flown in fresh from around the world. There are a number of locations throughout the city serving lunch and dinner. Calimex Bar and Grill locations have a unique alcohol delivery system …
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 …
An international dessert, coffee and teashop, Ocio can be found within a couple of minutes of Yau Ma Tei MTR station and Mong Kok’s Ladies Market. If you needed any evidence of its popularity, Ocio has two venues only a street apart. This place boasts a more formal restaurant vibe and its dishes are heartier …
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 …
Casual noodle shop in Mongkok; awarded the Michelin Bibs Gourmands in 2013. Most dishes under $40. A convenient stop if you’re shopping in the nearby Ladies’ Market.
New York style deli and burger joint located inside The Langham hotel. New York deli favourites, such as Reuben sandwiches, pastrami on rye, hot corned beef, brisket, knishes, bagels, salads and chicken soup with matzoh balls are all on offer. Carryout and holiday catering available.
Hair salon in Mong Kok.
A Hong Kong staple, serving some of the best pizza available – and surely some of the largest. With branches in Central, Discovery Bay, Wan Chai, Sai Kung, Stanley and TST there’s always one close by!
With branches throughout Hong Kong, the cheapest Michelin starred restaurant in the world serves incredible dim sum at even more incredible prices. Aim to go either after the lunchtime rush or before dinner to avoid the queues and have more time to enjoy the food.
With two Michelin stars, Ming Court showcases modern Cantonese cooking and ingredients at their best. The restaurant is adorned with fine art and the decor is modern and stylish. To add to the experience, the wine pairing menu allows you to try the best of the food and wine on offer.