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Solid cafe away from the hustle and bustle. Great ambience.
Very capable espresso, and my companion was happy with a flat white.
I liked the atmosphere in the place - very global grunge. I'd always wondered about the name if this cafe, as it isn't your usual evocative cafe name, but once you see the entrance from Russell St you understand why...
Well this is the second best cafe I've found in HK this trip. Funky little place opposite Times Square, so can get busy at times with only 20 or so seats. Choice of beans. I went for an old fav, Ethiopian Yirgacheffe brewed in the syphon. Beans seemed a little stale and over roasted but still went... Read more
Directly opposite Times Square on Russell St. Incredibly convenient location! The long corridor leading to the cafe and the wall of the cafe has been turned into an exhibition space, mostly for photography. Small space - very different to the majority of HK coffee shops which are designed to serve... Read more
A cute little hideaway in a busy district. Latte art was amazing and coffee was smooth.
Totally out of the way, blink and you'll miss it coffee shop in Causeway Bay. The guys from MCR got me onto this place during my last visit to HK and I wasn't disappointed. Plenty of seating inside with a cool urban deco going on. Friendly staff, tasty and last but not least good coffee.
This used to be my favorite joint for a decent espresso. However you need to phone ahead these days to find out who will be the Barista or you may, like me get frequently disappointed. Too many flat tasting runny coffee\'s for me to consider recommending this place any longer.
Opening times... Open 9am each day, and on holidays 12:00.
regular coffee was a little weak but half decent quality espresso
We ordered a latte to go - the milk was too hot, I could feel it through the cup and had to let the top vent a bit before drinking. It wasn't impressive, which was a shame since it is open on Sundays and is closer to our hotel than Cafe Espresso. I would have chalked it up to a very busy... Read more
This is one of the best cafes in Hong Kong for a good cup of coffee. The coffee is always consistent and you'll find none of your chain store bitter swill/ warm brown milk here! They'll do the espresso any way you like it and the seating area is small but quiet thanks to its location. The opening... Read more
Been there a few times to buy beans. The owner is really nice ( saw his face on mag. a few times). interesting talker but the helper or staff along wasn't dat gd..... little bit dispointed or a coffee lover like me . coffee beans stored in transprant jars.
I never drink an espresso in HK. Why? Simple, nobody can make it! However, they make the best espresso in HK...
At last! Somewhere there knows how to make a decent cappuccino. I've been searching since I left Melbourne Australia for a cafe that knew how to make a crink worth a damn, and I found such a place here.
A small tucked away little place with a great atmosphere and style, a fine menu... Read more
2 Skinny Cappuccinos
I checked out this cafe last week. Pretty unique being down a narrow corridor. The coffee was good. Beware, I did get food posioning from one of their egg breakfast dishes...so maybe just stick to the coffee!