Home style cooking at it’s best. The cuisine is varied from Balinese Salad to Tacos, but the shabby chic interior is welcoming and you can easily kick back, relax and while away a few hours with the weekend papers. Hours: Mon: 10:00 – 20:00, Wed – Fri: 10:00 – 20:00, Sat – Sun: 09:00 – 18:00
Fun classes with a low student to teacher ratio where kids can learn Mandarin in a fun and effective way. The programmes give children an excellent basis to develop their language skills through games, songs and rhymes. They also offer teenage and adult classes at some of their locations.
Artisan breads at this French-Japanese bakery which specialises in fresh breads and cakes made from scratch without any artificial ingredients. It’s cool interior makes this a popular spot for an early morning coffee and bite to eat.
One of Hong Kong’s most famous dim sum restaurants. The interior is rather ornate, with huge chandeliers and heavy drapes, but the food and the views over the harbour more than make up for it. It’s perfect for families, groups and a good place to appreciate local cuisine. They don’t take reservations, so be prepared
Purveyors of some of Hong Kong’s finest coffee brewed by experts. The industrial chic interior is a great place to take some time away and relax and upstairs they sell coffee beans and machinery for retail and commercial customers. Food served too, with pasta recommended.