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Best new cafes and coffee shops to visit in Hong Kong

For all your cafe-hopping needs

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Jenny Leung
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Hong Kong welcomes an overwhelming number of new cafes and coffee shops every month, that's why we’ve picked out some of the most unique ones that you should visit. Whether you're in dire need of some seriously good coffee or just looking for a gram-worthy pic for your feed (we don’t judge), there’s something for every cafe-hopper out there.

RECOMMENDED: Want to check out more of our favourite cafes and coffee shops in town? See our picks of the best cafes in Sheung Wan or these hidden upstairs cafes in Hong Kong.

Best new cafes and coffee shops in Hong Kong

  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Sham Shui Po
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Loop Kulture is an eco-friendly cafe with a focus on sustainability and upcycling culture. Joining the forever-expanding cafe scene in Sham Shui Po, Loop Kulture occupies a two-storey space decked out in wooden furnishing and a vast array of greenhouse plants. The cafe mainly serves specialty coffee and healthy light meals, but you can also get your hands on unpackaged food products which encourages customers to bring their own containers (paper bags can be provided otherwise). By providing a place for relaxation and rejuvenation, the owner of Loop Kulture hopes that the space can drive awareness of environmental conservation to visitors and help them build a new conscious and sustainable lifestyle.

Must-try: Signature LOOP coffee (fruity blend with coconut water and frozen coconut milk as base) / Avocado & fig toast with light salad / Caramelised banana Pain Perdu

  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Central
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With bare white walls, large glass panels that allow plenty of natural light to seep through, and accents of blue and orange from floor tiles to outdoor seating, Barcode is a stylishly designed cafe with a soon-to-open bar tucked behind a secret door down a dark passage. Two coffee blends are available at the moment, a nutty blend from Brazil and Guatemala, and a fruity blend from Brazil and Ethiopia. But since the cafe is still in their soft opening, there’s a chance that the blends will change in the future. Light bites such as sandwiches and desserts are also on the menu for your pickings.

Must-try: Espresso tonic / Avocado and scrambled egg sandwich / Lemon tart

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  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Sham Shui Po
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If you're all about rustic, industrial designs, Dozy is the place to be. Though the venue is relatively small, its high ceiling and open space setting will definitely have you fooled. There is also adequate space, along with different varieties of botanicals between each seat, for customers to enjoy as much privacy as possible – so feel free to strike your best pose against the greenery. The cafe currently serves up coffee with a nutty blend and a strong, smoky flavour, as well as small treats such as cakes and sandwiches.

Must-try: Dirty coffee / Homemade apple tart with ice cream topping / Yuzu roll cake

  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Sham Shui Po

Practically made for Instagram, Milk Bar looks more like an art gallery than a cafe. From their colourful drinks and mirror tables to the bare concrete walls and minimal aesthetic, it’s hard not to get snap-happy at the Milk Bar. ‘Croffles’, a combination of a croissant and waffle, is the name of the game here with a selection of sweet and savoury options, but let’s face it, we’re all just there for the ‘gram. If you do want to visit, we highly recommend going early to line up as the queue is long on the weekends. 

Must-try: Blue Latte / Iced strawberry ade / Purple potato croffle

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  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Sheung Wan

This bright orange and white addition to Tai Ping Shan Street is hard to miss. A grab-and-go coffee joint with only a couple of seats inside the store, Espresso Remedy aims to provide, well, a remedy for anyone and everyone who drops by. Not only does the coffee shop offer single-origin coffee and cold brew teas, but there are also snacks available such as cookies, chicken wings, fries, and more. Customers also have the option to add in 20mg of liquid CBD for an extra $20.

Must-try: Cold brew / Peach oolong / Passionfruit cooler

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