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Le Salon De Thé de Joël Robuchon is modeled on a French tea salon and has a menu that offers afternoon high tea sets along with a variety of sandwiches, pastries and other bakery items. This tea salon is tucked away in a corner on the third floor of the luxurious Landmark building, and is dominated by a bakery counter that showcases the salon’s numerous sweet temptations. Indulging in afternoon high tea is a well-entrenched Hong Kong tradition that has been handed down from colonial times, and the scrumptious high tea sets at Joël Robuchon feature all the usual trimmings like freshly baked lemon raisin scones, delicate finger sandwiches and many delicious pastries and macaroons. There is seating for approximately twenty patrons. -Anjeeta Nayar
Café Lavande's location on Prince's Terrace near the Central Mid-Levels escalator makes it quite difficult to spot, but those who know about this charming little coffee house can't stop raving about its delicious fare. The café, which offers seating both indoors (as well as curbside) features a Spartan décor that consists of a few marble topped tables. However, you will discover that you will gravitate towards this tranquil café to partake of its many delicious baked goods like apple and berry cake, lavender Cake, tarte au citron and chocolate almond cake. These treats also forms perfect companions to the café's excellent coffees like almond cappuccino, hazelnut latte and many more. - Anjeeta Nayar
Quirky chairs with witty one-liners, wooden flooring, rustic ambiance and a friendly staff makes The Coffee Academics a big success in the Wan Chai neighborhood. The cafe was established in 2012 and since then it has been serving high quality refreshing coffee and scrumptious quick bites. A stalwart in its league, the cafe is known for its on-site roasted beans and heavenly desserts. Loyal patrons swear by their Espresso Lungo, Piccolo Latte and Oven-baked Apple Strudel.
Award-winning barista and owner, Kapo Chiu whips up some amazing coffee creations at this cozy Wan Chai cafe. The beans used to prepare these gourmet cups are sourced from around the world, with an emphasis on fair-trade and single origin blends. You'll find beans from Nigeria, Guatemala, Mexico and Kenya, among others on the menu. The selection changes from week to week, making it the ideal place to expand your palate and try something different each time. The industrial-chic interiors are welcoming and relaxed; it's a great place to mingle with fellow coffee lovers as well as get your daily caffeine fix.
Care for some hot cappuccino and light snacks? Enter Pumpernickel Café! It has several branches throughout Hong Kong, but this is most sought after by every coffee freak. Named after a German bread, this place is favored by teenagers, 20-somethings and the arty types. The jazz music playing in the background and the pretty decor only add to the charm. If you are not against passive smoking, then go ahead and join a few death stick holders for the freshly baked pies, multi-grain breads, scones and cookies. Even Rumpelstiltskin would probably save a nickel for this Pumpernickel!