Grab your favourite book, bring your laptop and check out these five hipster coffee places in Hong Kong.

One is located close to a great sunset spot, another that is a cafe but also a bar and also one for those of you who might be searching for a more historical side of Hong Kong.

Coffee 101 

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Here’s the one to try after taking a walk and enjoying the sunset at Braemar Hill – to the south of North Point – also known as Red Incense Burner Summit.

Close to the sunset spot hides this carefree cafe offering made-to-order coffees, speciality brews and light meals.

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Customers get to choose from different seasonal coffee beans and brewing methods, including hand-drip, clever cup, aeropress and ice-drip.

And don’t forget to try its food and snacks.

Address: Shop 12, Braemar Hill Shopping Centre, North Point

Fineprint 

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Try Fineprint if you are looking for a secret little spot to have an espresso by day and liquor at night.

Its daytime menu offers a list of speciality coffees, teas and fresh baked treats, including delicious sourdough bread, pastries, muffins, biscuits and a variety of energy bites.

At night, Fineprint may be your place to linger as it offers a range of champagnes, wines and curated beers.

Address: 38 Peel Street, Central

How Food Factory

Located in the How concept store, How Food Factory gives guests a taste of minimalist Japanese lifestyle alongside its food and coffee.

The store features Japanese brands such as Journal Standard Furniture, Hasami Porcelain, the fashion and homeware brand Ouur Collection, and salon How+Lim.

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This Christmas the cafe is offering a semi-serve festive menu with main courses such as Hokkaido pork in cinnamon apple sauce, pan-fried grouper fillet with white wine cream sauce, and New Zealand Black Angus rib-eye steak.

Address: 3/F, Flat AB, How Ming Factory Building, Kwun Tong

Omotesando Koffee

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With its minimalist and wooden cubic bar design, Omotesando Koffee from Japan offers a taste of Japanese cafe culture in the city’s romantic Lee Tung Avenue.

Along with great espresso, its popular offerings include delicious egg sandwiches, featuring Japanese omelette and mustard mayonnaise.

Address: Shop 24-25, Lee Tung Avenue, Wan Chai

Tai Wo Tang

To fuse some traditional Chinese elements into your cafe experience, go for Tai Wo Tang.

Situated in an old tenement building in Kowloon City, Tai Wo Tang used to house the Tai Wo Tang Chinese herbal medicine pharmacy, which closed last year after being in business for more than 80 years.

The place has been remade into a cafe, while keeping a traditional Chinese apothecary theme.

Address: 24 Nga Tsin Long Road, Kowloon City

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