Friday, April 18, 2014

Cafe Corridor, Hong Kong 2013

Blink and you could literally miss Cafe Corridor as you walk down the street. Which is what happened to us because it took us 15 minutes to find the place despite being on the right street and knowing the unit number. Set in a space accessible only by a narrow corridor (very literal) from the street, Cafe Corridor is quite possibly the smallest cafe I have ever been in. Tables and diners are squished in every available corner while the coffee bar and kitchen is packed full of brewing and cooking paraphernalia. Despite the space, a good spread of food and coffee is offered, and we took advantage of that by ordering both brewed (French press) and espresso-based (cappucino) coffees and dinner. If you need some respite from the crowds of Causeway Bay, this is a good spot to get away.


  1. This is really cool! I have so many friends from Hong Kong who tell me there are NO cafes.. now I'm quite sure they simply have no time to discover them. :)

    1. This is a topic of discussion with my travel friend C! The coffee and cafe culture is definitely underdeveloped compared to Taipei's but there are still plenty of cafes around! We found a lot of good ones, some more coming up!


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