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Hong Kong - Central - Cafe and Casual dining

Deli@Wellington is a very nice, New York-style deli, where you can indulge on a wide selection of delicious American, New York and international delicacies...
This fashionable café specializes in Mediterranean cuisine, with special focus on salads, pastas and seafood... There is a balcony seating area that offers gorgeous harbor views...
Located at the classic Mandarin Oriental hotel, this fantastic Cake shop is considered one of the best in Hong Kong.
La Rose Noir serves a great selection of scrumptious, freshly baked croissants, Danish, muffins, scones, savouries, Bagels and the likes...
If you feel like having a nice coffee break or a light meal, Pret a Manger is quite a good option.
Café Landmark specializes in contemporary-international cuisine and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as snacks, light meals and drinks...
This relatively new wine-bar has a unique concept that allows patrons to try different quality wines from around the world, without having to mortgage their home first and without having to get drunk...
Located along SoHo's steep Graham Street, this cute little cafe serves homestyle French and European bistro-fare in a pleasant and unpretentious environment and at good prices...
As its name denotes, this smallish SoHo café specializes in soup... Hearty, wholesome soups that are both creative and scrumptious are served together with freshly baked breads
The Mandarin Oriental's legendary lounge is possibly where Hong Kong's best and most popular High Tea Buffet can be enjoyed.
For a true Hong Kong style Cha Chaan Teng (teahouse-café), hardly anyone can beat this 50 years old institution...
Honolulu is another Hong Kong icon... This 1950s style Cha Chaan Teng (Hong Kong style teahouse-café) has been around for yonks, and many Hong Kongers have happy childhood memories from here...
This large and always busy restaurant can be described as something between a cha chaan teng (Hong Kong style teahouse-café) and a western diner, and although there is nothing 'atmospheric' about it, the food is quite good, the portions are fairly large and the prices are reasonable...