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Saturday, April 12, 2014

Cat Store Cafe Hong Kong 啊貓地攤


On the first day of our Hong Kong trip, Fenny brought Junz and I to the Cat Store Cafe, one of the more popular cat cafes in Hong Kong. Where we also had tea with fen's friend, a Hong Kong beauty blogger.

We had some snacks there (before that we had dim sum and starbucks wtf).
Lovin' the efforts that they had all cats designed on most of the food item.
Well, its a cat cafe after all !

Fen's hot chocolate with marshmallow ( HKD $45) 

So cute eh , they drew cat faces on the marshmallow.
I've drawn on ketchup rice, cakes, crepes but never on marshmallow. #idea


太可爱了吧 ?


So sorry I didn't take any picture of the cats there. I was terrified.
I never liked animals and I have this sensitive nose allergy shit so I avoid having contact with animals and dust as much as I can.

Here's one from Fenny's blog

Nonetheless, the cafe was cosy and decked with 5-6 cats (?) and they have cats themed items everywhere. From table top to food design and all the cats are free to roam around the cafe so you get to play with them if they are not sleeping.

Unfortunately, the minimum spending was quite a turn off, each of us was required to get an item to secure seats. So I ordered a tea item.

To be honest, when you go to a themed cafe/restaurant, do not expect too much for the food and service. It's a themed cafe after all! You are paying for the experience. Nonetheless, I'm glad that the food we had was decent. :)

Based on my experience, the cafe was really popular and it can be quite tricky to get seats,therefore I would suggest to give them a call to do a phone reservation. (We were walk-ins, and very lucky to get a table for four)

Location wise... it can be easily missed out. It is about ten minutes walk from the Causeway Bay MTR Station but the cafe is located at the third floor of the building, where patrons have to enter a guard gate to enter the building and take the freaky old-school lift up.

Picture with Sharon to end the tea break.

Address : Flat D-E, Po Ming Building, Fu Ming Street, Causeway Bay. 

Contact : +852 27109953
Nearest MTR Station : Causeway Bay.



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