Cafe on the Corner G/F 4 King Street Tai Hang 2882 7135 They are also on Facebook Grub: Bistro. Simple recipes with simple great flavours. Who to bring: A good friend or two. This place is small but cosy - there's an area with sofas for a group of four, and seating outside which allows for dining alfresco when the weather is favourable and you don't mind passing traffic. Only 10 minutes from the madness Causeway Bay, this Tai Hang venue and its surroundings is worth investigating. The vibe: Relaxed and casual, perfect for the smart yet laidback Tai Hang and Causeway Bay crowd that fill the place. The approachable and friendly staff are happy to give recommendations. What's hot: The pork chops with onion balsamic wine sauce are definitely worth trying - the tangy sauce compliments the tender pork chops well. The shrimp with mixed greens in special house dressing can serve as a starter for two people or a light lunch or dinner. The prawns are lightly cooked and the salad leaves dressed in a pleasantly delicate balsamic dressing. The linguine with fresh shrimps in creamy tomato sauce was also delicious. There is a good range of other meat and vegetarian main courses on offer, including penne with grilled zucchini pesto sauce, homemade crab cakes, baked chicken parmigiana with mozzarella and grilled smoked duck breast in brandy sauce. There is also a good selection of simple snacks like grilled cheese sandwiches with tomato, fried fat chips and creamy jacket potatoes. The drinks menu is particularly inspired. It includes organic blueberry and cranberry juices, coke served with lychee, lime soda, and orange and ginger honey tea. Check out the special board for daily specials. What's not: When the restaurant gets busy, you might feel you're getting to know your neighbours better than you want to. The sauteed chorizo with mushroom, pepper, onion and chives was bland, lacking the bite and distinctive flavour found in chorizo when it's cooked well. Cost: At around HK$100 per person including drinks, you can spend a very pleasant couple of hours away from the packed shopping district without spending too much money. While nothing, from the interior and the service to the presentation of food, is fussy at Cafe on the Corner, it's definitely an eatery that deserves to be made a fuss of.