Fancy a strong espresso or a creamy latte? You can’t miss out on the best new cafes in Hong Kong opening in 2021
We know you’re all ears for the best new restaurants, sweetest deals and most delicious cakes in Hong Kong. If you are looking for the latest cafes with great drinks and vibe, make sure to check out the best new cafes in Hong Kong for 2021. Time to get caffeinated!
Best new cafes in Hong Kong: January 2021 edition
Rise by Classified
The latest concept store opened by Classified Group and The Pawn, Rise by Classified serves an array of scrumptious baked goods, ranging from the classic pain au chocolat and croissants, to special goodies like Dutch baby and sourdough tartine. All kinds of coffee, teas and wine are also available to pair with the freshly-baked pastries.
Rise by Classified, Exchange Square Podium, Shop No. 313, 3/F, 8 Connaught Place, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2147 3454
NINETYs Roastery (Causeway Bay)
Serving Australian delicacies with an Asian twist, NINETYs Roastery has got the world’s best beans to make you the perfect coffee. Not only do they serve a huge variety of coffee, tea, wines, beers and cocktails, but their food menu is also another highlight. Whether you fancy casual meals like crab benedict and salmon tartare, or luxurious dishes like Iberico pork confit and sous vide rack of lamb, NINETYs Roastery will not disappoint you. Sign up for their coffee cupping and roasting workshops, or shop some coffee beans and merchandise back home.
NINETYs Roastery (Causeway Bay), Shop 116, Lee Garden Two, 28 Yun Ping Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, p. 2167 8684
Passepartout Brunch and Coffee
From Miso Caramel Lattes to Swiss Meringue Hot Chocolates, Passepartout makes creative beverages with intricate latte art. Visit them at 9am to enjoy cinnamon buns, praline gianduja and other baked goods straight from the oven. If you want a heart-warming brunch, their signature Butter Chicken Waffle and Egg Benny Wagyu Don are must-try items. Oh, and don’t forget to try their indulgent Hojicha Financiers and Apple Crumple Pound Cake!
Passepartout Brunch and Coffee, Shop 2, G/F, Chung Wai Commercial Building, 447-449 Lockhart Road, Hong Kong
A cafe that serves delicious sparkling espresso, sweet cappuccinos and mochas, Master Room is a hidden gem in Kwun Tong. Other than savouring their carefully crafted beverages and pastries, don’t miss out on their iconic 1.5-metre-long Mahogany table as well as granite walls and tiles made by local craftsmen. Filled with bright natural light and fragrant coffee aroma, Master Room is definitely a great place to sit back and enjoy the day.
Master Room, Shop 2, G/F, Manulife Financial Centre Tower, 223-231 Wai Yip Street, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong
A female-led online shopping platform, Womanboss has soft-launched a 3000 sq-ft cafe in Sham Shui Po. Other than enjoying fresh goodies like Matcha Cake ($58) and Sparkling Americano ($40), you can also shop an array of products like soaps, coffee beans and arts. We like that their overall vibe is very chic and modern, plus their art gallery has lots of beautiful displays that will mesmerise you.
Womanboss, 82 Apliu Street, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong
Filters Lane (Graham Street)
Serving indulgent food, alcohol and coffee, the new Filters Lane on Graham Street is a great hub for all coffee lovers. Other than espressos and flat whites made with their house blends, filter coffees from Guatemala, Honduras, Columbia and many other coffee-producing countries are available. Pair your aromatic coffee with their delicious pastries, all-day breakfast or bagels, and you will be all set for the day.
Filters Lane, 34 Graham Street, Mid-levels, Hong Kong
Pssstt… also check out the best cafes for 2020 in Hong Kong here!