Kowloon: Coffee Joints

Lately, I've found myself really heralding Kowloon. There's a great mixture of things on offer, today I am looking at Kowloon's coffee joints. Who needs to go to Central for good coffee when we've got such great array on offer here?

N1 Coffee and Co.

Due to its proximity to where I live, this is one of the places most frequented by myself on the list. A lovely little coffee joint just adjacent to K11. This place ticks all the boxes, relaxed atmosphere, great coffee and they even have a fantastic selection of bagels on offer. If you're in the TST area regularly don't forget to pick up a loyalty card.

34 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Cafe Ceres

I used to love coming here when I worked in Kowloon City, great coffee and they always put a lot of effort into the artwork, I really appreciate details like this.

19 Fuk Lo Tsun Road, Kowloon City

Gladys' Estate Coffee

These guys are really passionate about their coffee. If you're a real coffee connoisseur, i'm sure the attentive staff here will be more than happy to talk beans with you. They offer brunch here as well as some delicious looking cakes which i'm really keen to try.

6-8 Lion Rock Road, Kowloon City

Wolf Den

generous sized portions

I was both surprised and overjoyed to find a place like this right by where I work in Mei Foo, tucked away underneath the Broadway right across from Lai Chi Kok park. They have some outdoor seating which makes for a great place to sit outside and enjoy your coffee. They also serve nice food, generally very big portions of it as well. They have a good selection of things from salads, to jacket potatoes and burgers. If you're not familiar with the Mei Foo area, I recommend going for a walk around Lai Chi Kok park while you're here, it's a really beautiful little park.

G/F No.1A Broadway, Mei Foo Sun Chun, Mei Foo

image taken from Timeout HK
A Kowloon coffee list is not complete without a mention of hipster haven, Kubrick. A great place to spend an afternoon, peruse the shop for books and wonderful nicknacks before getting your caffeine fix in the cafe. Check out an art house movie at the Broadway Cinematheque next door while your there.

3 Public Square Street, Ya Ma Tei

Full Cup Cafe

Hidden away amidst the hustle and bustle of Mong Kok, this little gem is spread across three floors. They offer a huge selection of quirky teas, from herbal tea to fruit tea, and coffees. They often have bands playing on the first floor. Definitely worth checking out if your in the area, the chilled, vintage style of the cafe is always a warmly welcomed escape from the busy streets of Mong Kok.

36 Dundas Street, Mong Kok

Green Door Coffee 

A small hole in the wall cafe just behind Granville Road, simply decorated, minimal menu. All round good quality with a nice relaxed atmosphere.

3 Granville Circuit, Tsim Sha Tsui

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