‘Hey, my Hong Kong-Macau passport is almost expire.’
‘Let's go to Hong Kong this weekend.’
‘Good! Let’s go!’ So that we improvise Hong Kong big run-off, coffee shop is essential.
OMOTESANDO - G24-25, Lee Tung Street, 200 Queen's Road East, Wan Chai. The store originated in Tokyo, Japan Omotesando, like a coffee research center, barista are wearing a white coat. Storefront facade is very low-key. The store's layout is also very simple, both inside and outside the ‘square’ as the theme element, barista in the lattice making coffee, completely transparent bar.
Divided into three areas "order area", "takeaway area", "drink on premise area", after ordering give the receipt to the barista. Cappuccino is a must have drink and the barista will show a pullover pattern in front of you. The same applies to hand-brewed coffee, brewed in front of the guests, looking at every step of the barista making process.
Coco Espresso - Ground Floor, 2 Layton Street. Starting from love to drink this shop is every time you come to Hong Kong to drink coffee will come to one of the stores, a small shop, but there is a very attractive coffee produced, each will not be disappointed. Wan Chai's shop is the smallest, but I like it here. The tables and chairs, the door is the bar, and barista can have more exchanges. I always believe that barista's recommendation, there are always surprises. coffee valve to tell you, no matter how many kinds of new products, there are always a few shops taste has always been kept in mind. I think the coffee shop, in addition to the attractive decor, is just what the barkeeper needs. The barista's communication with guests is important and the details are more heartfelt.