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Hong Kong - Wanchai / Admiralty - Cafe and Casual dining

Flying Pan is one of Hong Kong's best places for a generous, delicious "all day breakfast". The restaurant is open 24 hours a day / 7 days a week. Design is simple, modern style with plenty of blue and the atmosphere is very nice...
Metropolitan Cafe is an excellent all-day-dinning place, very popular among both visitors and locals... Good choice of salads, pastas, rotisserie meats, breakfasts, sandwiches 'quesadillas' and what not...
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...
A modern-young design and nice ambience, good variety of salads, sandwiches, pastries, all day breakfasts, fresh juices and more...
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.
This splendid café serves a wide variety of delicacies in a very pleasant ambience... Specifically recommended for coffee or tea, with a good selection of scrumptious, freshly prepared pastries, cakes, sandwiches and light meals...
A good selection of tasty light dishes, both Chinese and western are served in this little café...
Pumpernickel is famous for its fresh, home-made breads and bakery products, as well as for its delicious Italian food (especially pastas).
If you feel like having a nice coffee break or a light meal, Pret a Manger is quite a good option.
If you want to enjoy a nice breakfast or afternoon tea, the way the locals do, than this small and unpretentious café should be part of your dining itinerary.
The word Tiffin means "a light midday meal" and, indeed, this is what the beautiful lounge at the Grand Hyatt is best known for... Other than the outstanding High Tea, the Tiffin Lounge serves what is possibly the best Dessert Buffet in Hong Kong.
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 artisan chocolatier has made a name for itself for producing unique "seasonal chocolates", with fresh and natural ingredients that give an "East Asian twist" to these classical European delights...
As it's name denotes, Spoil Café is all about spoiling the customers with luscious, chocolate-rich cakes and other goodies, although this tiny café has a lot more to offer than just gorgeous desserts...
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...