Top 20 Cafes in Hong Kong for the Perfect Evening Chill-out

The cafe culture in Hong Kong has only become more prominent with time. It is a city brimming with unique and beautiful cafes where no one can do without a good cup of latte, mocha and all their likes! This article compiles a list of 20 best and must-visit cafes in Hong Kong.

1. 18 Grams

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Started as a small premium espresso bar and first of its kind to introduce the coffee culture in Hong Kong, 18 Grams is now thriving as a mini-empire of 8 outlets in the city. In its setting of a laid-back, relaxed and chill vibe of all the branches, they offer the best brews in the city from their flat white to fine piccolo lattes! The iced options like the iced cappuccino are as good as the hot drinks and perfect for those lovely summer days. 
Address - Hoi To Court, 15-27 Cannon Street, Causeway Bay
Timings - 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Cost for two - HKD 90

2. NOC Roastery

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An acronym for ‘not only coffee’, walking in a NOC cafe feels like walking in a tres chic, futuristic store, almost how the apple stores are! Present across 7 locations in Hong Kong, they make some of the purest, tastiest coffee drinks in the world by making sure only the best beans and ingredients are sourced for the same. You can have a fantastic cup of coffee here along with some of their all-day hearty food offerings and impeccable hospitality. Some must-try items here are the house-roasted coffee, creamy lattes and fizzpresso, which is one extraordinary drink and a mix of many! 
Address - NOC Wan Chai West, Shop 3A G/F, On Hing Mansion, Tai Wong Street E, Wan Chai
Timings - 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Cost for two - HKD 60 

3. Elephant Grounds Star Street

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A super aesthetically pleasing and Instagram-worthy cafe in Hong Kong, Elephant Grounds Star Street evokes greenery-based decor and hand-drawn menus. It is one of the most popular cafes in Hong Kong which is best known for its avocado toasts and scrumptious ice-cream sandwiches! It is an uber-trendy cafe which caters to all the needs a coffee aficionado can have from the best brews in the world to delicious all-day food options along with offering a cool range of accessories that you can purchase as you wait for your order! 
Address - Elephant Grounds, 8 Wing Fung Street, Admiralty
Timings - 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Cost for two - HKD 120

4. Winstons Coffee

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A quirky cafe with cheeky signs outside like ‘coffee is the new black’ that serves excellent coffee and delectable fresh-cooked bread, even cool cocktails like espresso martinis, Winstons Coffee snaps the perfect location of Victoria Harbour. Winstons Coffee is one of the cafes in Hong Kong with a picture-perfect backdrop with its soothing decor. 
Address - Shop 8, The Hudson, 11 Davis Street, Kennedy Town
Timings - 7:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Cost for two - HKD 60

5. % Arabica

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This cafe chain is housed in an aesthetically pleasing sleek design. % Arabica is renowned for its exclusively sourced coffee from Hawaii thanks to the coffee enthusiast founder Kenneth. It also offers stunning views of the harborside. This cafe will satisfy all OCD tendencies one may have and their coffee drinks are excellent, especially the mean matcha latte and Spanish latte they brew. 
Address - Shop 4, Grand Fortune Mansion, No.1 Davis Street, Kennedy Town
Timings-  8:30 AM to 8:00 PMCost for two- HKD 90

6. Knockbox Coffee Company

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Best known for speciality coffee among local as well as international customers, Knockbox Coffee Company is a traditional coffee house with utilitarian style and ambience. This is one of the engaging cafes in Hong Kong that aims to encourage the good, old-school ways of mingling with people around you and the theme reflects this vision. You can choose a coffee grand slam or a cuppers duo where they mix several brews together! They have the most impressive range and variety of coffee flavours, drinks, so they are bound to satisfy every customer! 
Address - 21 Hak Po Street, Mong Kok 
Timings - 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Cost for two - HKD 100

7. Mansons Lot

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Having the perfect blend coffee-wise and of a cosy, comfortable ambience with industrial accents, Mansons Lot is a classic brunch place. The milk coffees are amazing here, and the Australian brews they make are a class apart. It is a warm and very welcoming cafe with friendly staff, a bohemian joint flaunting its rustic vibe which adds to the unique experience of being here. 
Address - Shop 4, Yen May Building Swatow Street, Wan Chai
Timings - 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Cost for two - HKD 120

8. Hazel and Hershey

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A one-stop destination for everything roasted-related, Hazel and Hershey are proud brewers of delectable coffee and one of the most important local coffee bean distributors in Hong Kong. From aprons and barista tools, coffee cups to a plethora of regional coffee bean variety, this cafe cum store offers it all. They offer matcha latte, black coffee, Japanese drip coffee among more with beautiful latte art on the top!  
Address - Shop 3, 69 Pearl Street, Central
Timings - 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Cost for two - HKD 110

9. The Artisan Room

Great for outdoor seating purposes with art inspired interior decor and theme, the Artisan Room does justice to its name. It is among the cafes in Hong Kong that strives to provide a combination of finely crafted drinks (from coffee and tea to juices) with a social and aesthetic ambience. The food here is king because from savoury items like their eclairs to the soft quiche, a bite of it all is heavenly! 
Address - Artisan Room, G/F 8-12 South Lane Shen Tong Tsui, Western District
Timings - 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM
Cost for two -  HKD 120

10. Omotesando Koffee

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Popular for its incredible espresso and Kashi which is a cube-shaped baked custard, this is a Japanese-vibed cafe which was a hidden treasure earlier but is now located in the bustling area of Wan Chai in Hong Kong. Omotesando Koffee is one of the best cafes in Hong Kong which emerges as a cult coffee bar with impressive decor, like a tranquil oasis, so you’d want your camera around as much as you’d love to get your java fix from here! 
Address - Omotesando Koffee Shop 24-25, Lee Tung Avenue, 200 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai
Timings - 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Cost for two - HKD 100

11. Interval Coffee Bar

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This is a nordic inspired joint which offers the best of both worlds that is coffee and wine to get your caffeine trip on at this artisanal cafe and also enjoy some boozy nights at the bar. The design and decor are stylish and elegant, with bright lights and gold accents. It’s a chic and sleek place that serves innovative plus traditional drinks offerings. 
Address - Interval Coffee Bar, UG/F 33 Wellington Street, Central
Timings - 8:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Cost for two - HKD 120

12. Lof10

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A spacious, laid back and quiet place, Lof10 is an airy and breezy oasis that offers some delicious coffee drinks like java, iced latte, flavoured coffee options and rose latte too. Their ice-cream cookie sandwiches and citrus drinks are to die for during the hot seasons! It is definitely among the listed cafes in Hong Kong that are perfect for a relaxing afternoon with a book or friends.
Address - Lof10 G/F, 1 U Lam Terrace, Sheung Wan
Timings - 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Cost for two - HKD 250

13. Barista Jam

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Barista Jam is one of the cafes in Hong Kong that probably offers one of the tastiest coffee drinks in the city. It is a compact, affordable coffeehouse whose latte and signature drip coffee is a must-try for all caffeine loving beings! It is best known for having almost every blending technique and machines being employed to brew the best and sinfully good drinks. Their creamy pasta and decked out sandwiches among more snacks are as good too. 
Address - Barista Jam Shop 1, G/F97 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan
Timings - 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Cost for two - HKD 110

14. The Cupping Room Coffee Roasters

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One of the city’s leading purveyors of coffee, java, The Cupping Room has been a champion of making the best brews in all of Hong Kong and boasts of several competition-winning titles! Their filter coffees and espressos are unparalleled in taste and finesse. Its signature dishes include the creamy spaghetti and the excellent eggs benedict. It is the ideal place to be at for a great brunch and smooth-tasting coffee. 
Address - The Cupping Room G/F, 18 Cochrane Street, Central
Timings - 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Cost for two - HKD 250 

15. Brew Bros Coffee

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Ideal for Melbourne-style coffee and treats, Brew Bros Coffee, is a small but well-lauded cafe in Hong Kong which is best known for almost everything, from their black coffee and Chai tea, cappuccino and signature 21-hour cold brew to their fresh pastries, feta and perfectly poached eggs with toast! A little waiting time can be expected, but it will all be well worth it.
Address - Brew BrosShop F2, LG/F33 Hillier Street, Sheung Wan
Timings - 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Cost for two - HKD 120

16. Kubrick Bookshop Cafe

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A cultural oasis in Kowloon, Kowloon Bookshop Cafe is among the bigger choices of cafes in Hong Kong when it comes to reading and sipping on some fantastic coffee especially when in Kowloon! They house a variety of multilingual books, art, cinema and music-related things and the ambience is one which is rich in character, almost magical-vibed because of the same. Their iced coffee with mint flavour, vegan ice-cream, less traditional coffee flavours, all is great to keep you company at this student, date favourite joint! 
Address - Shop H2, Cinema Block, Prosperous Garden 3 Public Square Street, Yau Ma Tei
Timings - 11:30 AM to 10:00 PM
Cost for two - HKD 150

17. Why 50

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Best known for their speciality espresso which takes 50 beans to create a shot and hence the name, Why 50 is a cool, artistic cafe in Hong Kong with some hipster graffiti art at the entrance. It is an industrial-style place that offers exceptional quality dishes that serve as the perfect breakfast options. Their healthy eats have been raved about, so checking them out along with a variety of coffee drinks would be a good idea!
Address - Why 50, Shop EG/F, 27 Hillier Street Sheung Wan
Timings - 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Cost for two - HKD 150

18. La Station

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Perfect for an authentic European coffee experience, La Station’s decor and the theme is inspired by the European train depot and the Hong Kong MTR station. It is a compact but very vibrant cafe where you can always dash for some fresh pastries, yummy breakfast and lunch food options like soups and sandwiches plus excellent, innovative coffee treats, of course! 
Address - G1-2 Sunlight Tower, 248 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai
Timings - 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Cost for two - HKD 90

19. Cafe Hay Fever

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A quirky, botanical-themed cafe, Cafe Hay Fever is among the beautiful cafes in Hong Kong as it is full of plush plants and flowers. Their speciality iced-drip coffee is a saviour on hot days, and they whip up some great tarts, teas. A unique feature about this joint is that it does not offer wifi to customers because it wants to encourage more social interaction and mingling among people
Address - Cafe Hay Fever, Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay
Timings - 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Cost for two - HKD 120

20. Opendoor Cafe plus Courtyard

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This pet-friendly and super laidback cafe located on Connaught Road West is a favourite among locals thanks to their fantastic smoothie menu, smoking areas and a lot more good dishes up their chef caps. You can take your little doggo with you and enjoy the open space, sit in to dig into some wholesome food for a perfect lunch affair! 
Address - Open Door Cafe, Connaught Road West, Sai Ying Pun
Timings - 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Cost for two - HKD 110
A city where the inhabitants are always on the go, working and living the fast-paced life, you are bound to find amazing cafes in Hong Kong that would tend to any caffeine and snacking cravings a person might have!

This post was published by Sharanya Gupta

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