Although primarily a furniture workshop, 廿一由八 Pantry (also known as Twentyone From Eight) is home to a Le Cordon Bleu chef. Unsurprising then, the food and coffee here is of a high calibre. Grab a seat on the sofa or on one of the stools and indulge in treats like blackened fish with creamy lemon linguine or Black Forest ham with pesto linguine.
With Hong Kong’s weather starting to turn a little nippy, the thought of spending our days sipping Aperol Spritz on a terrace is no longer appealing. But that’s fine, because winter is actually the best time to be out and about in this city. Whether you’re hiking, cycling or dining out, it’s a joy to be able to step outside your front door and not feel like you've just entered a sauna.
But for those days where it gets a little too cold, here are the best cosy cafés in Hong Kong where you can curl up and get warm.