La Brezza Cafe 5 King Street Tai Hang Hong Kong Tel 2504 3577 Grub: Mainly Italian. There is a selection of snacks and starters, pastas, sandwiches, a few main course options and desserts. Vibe: A very small and quiet place. There's seating for about a dozen people with another table for four in a small courtyard at the back. Large windows let in a lot of natural light in the daytime. Who to bring: This is a great spot for a quiet rendezvous, so bring someone special. What's hot: There's not a large menu, but snacks and starters are well represented. You could quite easily make a meal out of only those and not bother with pasta or a main course. Options include garlic prawns, potato skins and albondigas, which are Mexican-style meatballs. The chorizo sausage is good, too, although it does look rather forlorn served in a small brown dish. Another popular snack option on the menu is deep-fried camembert, which comes, rather unusually, with a tartar sauce for dipping. The camembert itself was fine: coated in breadcrumbs, it is crispy on the outside, and gooey and warm inside. But the sauce, which tasted mostly of supermarket mayonnaise mixed with a bit of parsley and cucumber, was rather disappointing. Perhaps a traditional cranberry or a tangy raspberry would have been better. The menu offers about 10 pasta options. Both the Cajun prawn with angel hair pasta and the crab meat penne were tempting. But it was the fusilli with olives and sun-dried tomato that appealed most. This was actually very good indeed but, like all the other dishes, it was a bit on the small side. It was early evening when I visited and most customers were there for desserts and coffee. They do have a good selection of desserts on display in the window. As there is no printed dessert menu they presumably change every day. The blueberry yogurt cake is definitely worth trying. What's not: The servings were all quite small except for the dessert, which was about average. If you are planning on sharing between more than two people, you'll need to order quite a few dishes. Getting up to look at the desserts display is a bit of a hassle. Cost: A starter, pasta, dessert and drink will cost around HK$250 each.