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Indulge in delicious festive afternoon tea at Pak Tai Street, Tam Kung Road and Ma Tau Wai Road

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 09 December, 2015, 10:34am
UPDATED : Monday, 21 December, 2015, 12:29pm

It is fair to say that there is no shortage of cafes and coffee shops in the areas around Pak Tai Street, Tam Kung Road and Ma Tau Wai Road (near the future Pak Tai Street exit of the To Kwa Wan station of Shatin to Central Link) to help you escape from the hustle and bustle of the city life. They boast unique offerings from crispy and spicy popcorn chicken to panna cotta and mango mille-feuille. Some of them are so unique and creatively designed that they deserve a visit!

Take a Break Café 

Take a Break Café is among the most popular cafes patronised by locals and tourists. It serves delicious waffles and muffins, as well as home-made latte art coffee. The lateral frontage of the café features an oriental-inspired design, with decorations reminiscent of palatial entrances. The dining experience is complete with a touch of modern classics with crystal chandeliers hanging overhead. Its popcorn chicken and fries are spicy, but especially crispy on the outside and remain tender and juicy on the inside. Best served with Thai sweet and sour sauce, simply irresistible!

Hey So Nuts 

Just a few steps from Take a Break Café, Hey So Nuts is a charming coffee shop, which also serves a dazzling range of home-made desserts. The cosy space has a rustic feel with a concrete exteriors and floorings, providing an inviting atmosphere and a nice amount of seating. The owner  is said to have worked as chef in different prestigious hotels. His passion and pride towards culinary excellence is unquestionable. Panna cotta, an Italian dessert of sweetened cream thickened with gelatin and moulded, is one of the shop's signature offerings.  

Sugar Taste Cafe  

The latest addition to Tam Kung Road's dining scene, Sugar Taste Cafe serves pizzas, burgers, fries, salad, spaghetti, cakes, desserts, as well as the classic Schweinshaxe. A must-eat item, the shop's mango mille-feuille is a wonderful delicate, When you bit into it, the crunchy buttery layers of puff pastry gives you the right amount of richness and crunch. Sugar Taste Café is also famous for its Spanish churros sticks along with pipping hot chocolate sauce to dip and relish.