Time Out says
Moontone is a cafe created by the same team behind popular yoghurt drink shop Cheung Chau Corner which, much like its sister shop, is a cafe your Instagram feed will love. The cafe is themed around the Pantone colours, particularly leaning towards pastel tones, and offers a bright and airy space with casual cushioned floor seating, wooden tables, blue Pantone wall, and even a faux tree in the middle of the cafe. Moontone is also pet-friendly, so you can bring your cats, dogs and pets with you inside on Mondays (except public holidays).
The menu offers breakfast, appetisers, toasts, pasta, desserts and drinks including some crowd-favourite homemade yoghurts from Cheung Chau Corner. Menu highlights include the all-day breakfast ($118), gnocchi carbonara ($98), Japanese eel scrambled eggs toast ($98), and the mont blanc desserts (from $88). They also have some limited edition items including a Japanese peach series (from $98) which features toast, roll cake, yoghurt drink and more, and a honeydew latte ($58) made with fresh fruit and extra-thick milk which is available while stocks last.
We opted for the eye-catching soft-shell crab and scrambled eggs toast ($98), which featured fluffy eggs with added crunch and umami from the crab, sandwiched between sweet brioche, followed by a sweet limited edition treat in the form of a whole Japanese peach filled with cream and compote atop a very soft and flavourful hojicha pudding ($108). We also tried the zesty pineapple and orange coffee ($42) which has the fruit pulp and adds a refreshing tang to the brew.