Soak up some sunshine before the scorching midday heat and enjoy the most important meal of the day with Rise and Dine breakfast specials with Good Morning Tai Kwun.
The historic grounds of Tai Kwun is a popular hangout spot in the evening for its happening restaurant and bar scene. But with the Good Morning Tai Kwun programme, we are willing to bet that the former Central Police Station Compound — now an award-winning cultural and heritage destination — will be bustling all day as early birds and night owls alike flock to the former prison ground to kick start their day. Gates open at 8 am, and participating restaurants in the Rise and Dine programme are open two hours earlier than usual for extended summer fun.
Rise and Dine at Tai Kwun
Head on over to this Central hot-spot and enjoy a tasty breakfast and take some snaps to fill out your socials. We hear that a range of inspiring wellness events are also coming your way at Tai Kwun, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled. Take a look at our recommendations for early risers below!
1. Café Claudel
Your early morning commute to work just got better, with a pit stop at Café Claudel! Open from 8 am, choose from dine-in or takeaway breakfast bites, including ham and cheese omelette, avocado toast, or the classic french toast.
Café Claudel, Shop 01-G08, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2411 1310
2. LockCha Teahouse
For those in the mood for a little yum cha to start their day, the traditional Cantonese-style dim sum set at LockCha Tea House is your holy grail. Tank up with steamed rice noodles rolls with Kowloon Soy Co. soy sauce, two selected steam buns, two pieces of dim sum. Complete your brekkie with a LockCha cold brew tea for a very reasonable additional price.
LockCha Tea House, Shop 01-G07, Block 1, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2276 5777
We’re so excited to beat the crowds and explore Tai Kwun before the midday heat, and we’re sure you are, too!
Find out more about the Good Morning Tai Kwun programme.
Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, p. 3559 2600