Sham Shui Po: Home to the monumental Dragon Centre—an iconic mall with an aged, retired roller coaster on the top floor; the trusty Golden Computer Arcade where you can find the best electronics deals in town; and previously where SCAD’s Hong Kong campus once lived.
Sham Shui Po has long been the to-go spot for locals for everything from electronics to fabric supply. However, in recent years the younger generation has taken a liking to the area, giving Sham Shui Po a new breath of life with hip cafes, trendy barbershops, vintage stores and other artsy, millennial-friendly spots.
If you’re planning for your next outing after reading Tatler’s neighbourhood guide to Sham Shui Po, be sure to have this list of cafes saved as well. From minimalistic coffee shops, to two-in-one art gallery and cafe concepts, as well as vegan-friendly coffee and pastry shops, this is Tatler’s cafe guide to Sham Shui Po.
1. Bonding Coffee
One of the newest cafes in Sham Shui Po, Bonding Coffee is an art exhibition and coffee concept that offers occasional art shows and talks, while serving cups of aromatic pours on the daily. Choose from their selection of beans and give their speciality coffee such as espresso coconut and creme brulee cappuccino a try.
Bonding Coffee, 145 Ki Lung Street, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong; instagram.com/bondingcoffee