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Hong Kong - Tsim sha Tsui - TST - Cafe and Casual dining

798 is a fantastic New York style bistro and one of Tsim Sha Tsui's best eating places... Generous portions of bountiful salads, pastas, risotto, pizzas, seafood and meat dishes... all are delicious...
A great place for a night out... Great selection of wines and spirits, good food (mostly Mediterranean) at reasonable prices, good music and party atmosphere...
This is one of Knutsford Terrace's most popular bars... It has been there for the last ten years and still manages to keep its popularity.
Café Zambra offers a wide selection of good quality coffees, as well as pastries, sandwiches and light meals. Ambience is pretty nice and there is an open balcony.
The lobby of the classic Peninsula hotel is one of Hong Kong's most highly valued meeting places... Elegant colonial design and an impressive selection of quality teas and coffees and excellent pastries and snacks...
Located at the lobby of the sumptuous Royal garden, this lovely delicatessen & patisserie serves a good range of scrumptious sandwiches, salads, cold cuts, Quiches, pastries, cakes and desserts.
Domie is a well-known Tsim sha Tsui institution, selling a wide choice of freshly baked pastries and breads, as well as a variety of lovely cakes.
Delicatessen Corner resembles a Bavarian "delicatessen" and serves German and European cuisine.
Pink Salmon serves a wide variety of scrumptious western fare in a nice environment... Salads, Pastas, Seafood and meat dishes, complemented by some nice desserts...
Panash serves generous portions of tasty western fare at a reasonable price. Nice ambience, lovely food and good coffee make this place a good alternative for Harbour city shoppers who are looking for a decent place to eat.
Big John is a small, cheerfully decorated coffeeshop that serves some good Western and Chinese food, and café-fare at very reasonable prices...
Located in Tsim sha Tsui's Langham Hotel, Main Street Deli is like a slice of the "Big Apple" in the middle of Hong Kong...
Walking into this traditional Hong Kong café is just like traveling back in time... This culinary institution has changed very little (if at all) since it first opened its doors, almost sixty years ago... Even the old cash till is still there...
This popular café-style restaurant serves modern-fusion cuisine, with emphasize on natural and healthy ingredients.
The Lobby Lounge at ritzy InterContinental Hong Kong is a truly feast for the eyes! Few are the places in Hong Kong that provide such a splendorous panoramic view over Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong's skyline.
This iconic Cha Chaan Teng (Hong Kong style teahouse-café) has made a name for itself for serving some of the best scrambled eggs and French toast in Hong Kong, if not in the whole of southern China...
Imagine a restaurant where the chairs are actually toilets, and brownish stews and hotpots are served to the table in bidet looking dishes... Sounds appetizing? Apparently some people think it does... at least as a one off 'gimmick' experience...