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The best pet cafes in Hong Kong

Make some furry friends at these venues

Cherry Chan
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Time Out Hong Kong
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Cherry Chan
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Hongkongers love cats and dogs, and are equal lovers of food. Combining the best of the both worlds, pet cafes are the perfect place for those who want to enjoy their meal while getting to interact with cute animals. We’ve rounded up the best pet cafes in town where you can cuddle, pet, and play with adorable fluffy four-legged friends.

RECOMMENDED: If you want to dine with your four-legged friends, take a look at our list of the best dog-friendly restaurants in the city.

Hong Kong’s best pet cafés

  • Restaurants
  • Mong Kok

Located in the heart of Mong Kok, this cat cafe is home to adorable cats all named after food items. With a rotational menu of dishes like pasta, steaks, burgers, as well as other main courses and desserts, Urban Cafe offers their diners a brand new dining experience every time they visit. If you’re feeling adventurous, order a can of cat food from the menu and watch the cats flock to your table!

  • Restaurants
  • Mong Kok

With floor seating, Café de Kitten allows their guests to get up close to the cats that roam around. The premises are bright and airy, with lots of natural light from the windows, and not a hint of that delightful animal odour. The food on offer is international and the set meals are the easy choice.

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  • Restaurants
  • Causeway Bay

With 9 friendly cats roaming the cafe, along with its signature cat-themed dishes and decorations, this is indeed a feline lover’s haven. Cat Island Cafe  offers a selection of Western fare and adorable cat shaped food, such as pizzas, sandwiches, and dessert toast. Customers can bring their own cats to the restaurant, but are recommended to do so with a carry case or a leash of some sort.

  • Restaurants
  • Tsuen Wan

The largest cat cafe in Hong Kong, The Cats Tearoom houses around 30 kitties, 11 of which are strays. With 1,600 sq ft of space for the cats to prowl around, chow down on a range of Western dishes and delicious dessert as you play with your new feline buddies. Aside from adopting strays, The Cats Tearoom donates regularly to various animal shelters in Hong Kong. A guaranteed good time for cat lovers and for a good cause! 

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  • Restaurants
  • Lai Chi Kok

Whether you just want to dine and interact with some pups or bring your own four legged friend to socialise, On Dog Dog has plenty of space to do so – there’s even a dog-friendly swimming pool! The pet-friendly eatery also provides nutritious doggy snacks and homemade dog biscuits, so your canine companion can enjoy some nibbles as well.

  • Restaurants
  • Causeway Bay

Rabbitland offers a new kind of dining experience where diners can enjoy stroking and petting a furry friend in between sips of tea and coffee. Situated in an upstairs space in Causeway Bay, there are up to eight rabbits for diners to make friends with. Remember to wear/bring socks as well and make sure to call ahead to reserve your visit.

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