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Madame Fu
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Instagrammable pink cafes and restaurants in Hong Kong

Unleash your inner princess

By Cara Hung and Jenny Leung
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While it may not be the best idea to venture around the city right now, it never hurts to plan ahead, right? From the likes of Sketch Gallery and Peggy Porschen in London, India's Feast India Company, and Stylenanda Pink Pool Cafe in South Korea, pink-themed restaurants and cafes are always a hit on good old Instagram. Luckily, Hong Kong has its own eclectic mix of Instagrammable cafes, and all dressed pretty in pink too! Here are some of the best ones for the next time you're looking to brighten up your social media feed or indulge your inner girliness. 

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Hong Kong’s most photogenic pink restaurants

Camellia
Camellia
Photograph: Courtesy Camellia

Camellia

Restaurants Tsim Sha Tsui

Created by local catering group, The Food Story, Camellia is a stylishly elegant restaurant adorned with flowers in all shades of pink. The restaurant is most well known for introducing Hong Kong's first-ever ruby chocolate afternoon tea set to local foodies alike. Camellia boasts a variety of dreamy items on the menu; our favourites picks here are the mentaiko somen, Camellia salad, and the tropical garden – a luscious mango and passion fruit mousse. It's the perfect hangout spot for fun and relaxing catch up session with the girls.

Hotal Colombo
Hotal Colombo
Photograph: Courtesy Hotal Colombo

Hotal Colombo

Restaurants Sri Lankan Central

Inspired by the warm and casual eateries that dot the streets of Sri Lanka, Hotal Colombo plates up nostalgic and delicious Sri Lankan fare. Designed to look like a convenience store, the restaurant's shopfront is probably one of the most unique in the city. Its baby pink and blue facade extends all the way inside the restaurant. We love just about everything here, but definitely order the kothu – a streetside favourite made with shredded roti and plenty of spices.

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Floom Floom
Floom Floom
Photograph: Courtesy Floom Floom

Floom Floom (花香)

Restaurants Tsim Sha Tsui

Located inside the bustling K11 Art Mall, this pastel pink eatery is the sister branch of the highly popular cafe Floom Floom (烏語) on Fu Hau Street, also in Tsim Sha Tsui. The menu features a wide range of Asian fusion dishes, with the main focus on Taiwanese cuisine, including the signature Fuji Moutain rice dishes, and a colourful selection of specialty drinks like the Dirty Chocolate, activated charcoal Latte, and baby pink beetroot latte. In addition to insanely Instagrammable dishes, a #OOTD snap is also a must against its pastel Love Hearts-inspired wall. Feeling camera shy? Use the wall as a background for your food pic; it'll look great from any angle!

Tate Dining Room
Tate Dining Room
Photograph: Courtesy Tate Dining Room

Tate Dining Room and Bar

Restaurants French Sheung Wan

Formerly the chef de cuisine of Cépage, Hong Kong native and chef sensation Vicky Lau opened Tate Dining Room in 2012 to make her mark in the saturated culinary industry – and make her mark, she did. With a menu that serves a refreshing, eclectic mix of Chinese, Japanese, and French flavours utilizing only local and seasonal ingredients, Tate takes its patrons on a multicultural journey in an intimate table setting. The restaurant exudes feminine delicacy through its dishes and tasteful furnishings, which are embellished by calming pinks, muted greys, and soft golds. While dining here will be pricey, it is worth every single penny.

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Gary Kwok Flowers & Cafe

Restaurants Wan Chai
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This flower boutique and cafe has been blowing up on Instagram lately. With a flower shop on one side and a cafe on the other, Gary Kwok Flowers & Cafe is a true beaut. There are flowers everywhere – hanging from the ceiling, on the table, shaped like a dress on a mannequin, and even in their coffee and food. Settle down and immerse yourself in a forest of flowers while enjoying sweet delights and small nibbles which includes cakes, sandwiches, and coffee.

Madame Fu interior
Madame Fu interior
Photograph: Courtesy Madame Fu

Madame Fu

Restaurants Chinese Central

Playing up to the colonial stylings of the former Central Police Station compound, Madame Fu channels an east-meets-west ethos that pays tribute to the fictional Madame Fu – a socialite who opened a grand salon in Shanghai in the 1930s after living in Paris. At a sprawling 8,000 sq ft, the restaurant encompasses the main dining room (the Grand Café), bar area, whisky lounge, private rooms, two open-air verandahs and a Pink Room, which is decked out in millennial pink sofas and lounge chairs. There are only four tables available, so make sure to book ahead if you want to enjoy modern Cantonese-focused Chinese fare and afternoon tea sets in this pinked out space.

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Le Bread Lab
Le Bread Lab
Photograph: Courtesy Le Bread Lab

Le Bread Lab

Restaurants Tsim Sha Tsui

From the walls and velvet-lined chairs down to the utensils. It’s a heaven for fans of the colour pink, popular Seoul-based sweets spot Le Bread Lab is adorably pretty in pink. Once you’re done feeding your camera, have a go at their cutesy cakes and desserts, including the rainbow strawberry cake, the strawberry latte, and the signature strawberry omelette – a small folded cake topped with cream, strawberry, and icing sugar. 

vive cake
vive cake
Photograph: Courtesy Vive Cake Boutique

Vive Cake Boutique

Restaurants Pâtisseries Central

Renowned for its photogenic, 3D decorative cakes, popular bakery Vive Cake Boutique’s outpost at H Queen’s is just as Instagrammable. Minimalist and feminine with plenty of pastel pink thrown around, Vive has an incredible cake selection, including the signature Uni-cone (an inverted ice cream cone sits atop a rainbow layer cake), Rose Penelope (with a giant diamond decorative piece as a cake topper), and Treasure Hunt (covered in chocolate and dusted with gold). 

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beauty in the pot
beauty in the pot
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Beauty in the pot

Restaurants Mong Kok

Beauty in the Pot, hailing all the way from Singapore, is fully decked out in shades of pastel pink. The food here combines flavours and ingredients from various parts of East Asia, creating a harmonious and ingenious blend of cultures through the hotpot experience. If you’re ever torn between satiating your craving for hotpot and fulfilling your inner princess’ pretty pink fantasies, now you have just the place to run to for both a delicious meal and snapping that Insta-worthy money shot.

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