From a cafe with awesome, Aussie coffee to a quirky spot for Thai milk tea – check out these new places in Wan Chai where you can use your ENTERTAINER App for eating and drinking.
NEW in Wan Chai
Ground Level, Yen May Building, 15 Swatow Street
The most important thing you need to know is, they serve fresh, specialty coffee by Di Gabriel, Sydney. Their coffee is one of Australia’s most awarded and is a winner of Australia’s Best Espresso 2010/2011 and 2012. Master roaster Sam Gabrielian uses only the highest grade Arabica beans to create the best-tasting espresso blends. Apart from that, they also serve a killer brekkie.
Shop 3, 1st Level, Brim 28, 28 Harbour Road
Banh mi is crunchy, aromatic, multilayered and deeply delicious. This place focuses solely on creating the perfect Vietnamese baguette. They do this by making most of their ingredients in-house, bake the bread daily on-site and source some of the ingredients exclusively from Vietnam. Made to order, fresh, in-house – that’s it.
Pssst. They also have a branch in Central. Yippee!
Shop G4, Ground Level, CC Wu Building, 302-308 Henessy Road
TEACOON’s co-founders travel to Thailand often. During one of their trips a local chef shared with them the recipe to make Thai milk tea, which they then brought to Hong Kong. Thai milk tea is very rich with plenty of herbs and spices that enrich its aroma. Thanks to TEACOON, you only need to go as far as Wan Chai for a taste of this delicious, thirst-quenching treat.