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Photograph: Ann Chiu

New coffee shop opens in Sham Shui Po combining coffee with art

Enjoy exquisite coffee and tasteful art all under one roof

Written by
Time Out Hong Kong

With a distinctive black and white colour scheme, matched with simplistic wooden furnishings and an eye-catching large-format Cambo camera by the door, Bonding Coffee is one of the latest cafes to join Sham Shui Po's ever-expanding cafe community. Aptly named Bonding Coffee, the shop was founded upon the concept of combing a coffee shop together with an art exhibition venue. Through occasional exhibitions and talks, shop owners Edmond and Ricky hope to build a community where coffee lovers and those with a passion for the arts can build lasting relationships. 

On the coffee front, visitors can take their pick from house blends with nutty or floral flavours – the former is blended with coffee beans from Brazil, Indonesia, and Kenya; the latter uses Ethiopian and Kenyan coffee beans – and choose from a refined selection of black and white coffees ($30-$49), as well as specialty coffees such as Creme Brulee Cappuccino (hot: $45; cold: $49), Espresso Coconut ($50), and pour-overs (from $65) that are served with ceramic teaware, allowing you to fully appreciate your brew through aroma and taste.

Single-origin pour-over served with ceramic teaware


Bonding Coffee is currently in their soft opening phase and will be serving six different dessert items each day ($42-$46), with plans to gradually add in other light bites and sandwiches in the near future. Written by Ann Chiu; translated by Jenny Leung.

Bonding Coffee
145 Ki Lung Street, Sham Shui Po

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