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Weave’s Favourite Eats & Drinks: Hung Hom

Weave’s Favourite Eats & Drinks: Hung Hom

It’s time to take our recommendations over to our favourite places to eat and drink around Hung Hom! A cross-section between Hung Hom, Ho Man Tin and Whampoa MTR stations the area is also home to Hong Kong PolyU. Next time you’re around, think of us if you’re feeling hungry or thirsty.

Coffee & Breakfast

& Green Café
G/F, Harbour Place, 8 Oi King Street, Hung Hom

 

Best café to work from home

& Green Café

Lush, clean and inviting — & Green café is filled with green foliage among their wooden interior. With plenty of seating, it’s a great place to sit and work from home or study from if you need a change of scenery. Graze all day on their Japanese inspired menu with their Takoyaki Sandwich or try their Chicken Hamburger Curry. For something sweet go for the light airy Salted Caramel Banana Pancakes that’ll have you floating on cloud 9. If you’re thirsty, they have a range of teas like Hibiscus to White Grape Oolong tea as well as some stellar single-origin beans for your coffee fix!

 

Visit them at the following hours:

Mon to Sun: 11am–6pm

IG: @andgreencafe

 

 

NOC Whampoa
G/F, Lily Mansions (Site 9), The Whampoa, Hung Hom

 

Best take away coffee

NOC

Hong Kong born coffee chain NOC (which did you know stands for ‘Not Only Coffee’?) also happens to have a beautiful minimalistic space in Whampoa. It goes without saying that there’s no wrong choice when it comes to coffee at NOC from your Flat White to Cappuccino or Cold Brew on tap. If you’re feeling adventurous, give the Fizzpresso a try. As they’re Not Only Coffee, we highly recommend their Scrambled Crab Toast or French Toast Waffle for those hunger pangs.

 

Visit them at the following hours:

Mon to Sun: 8am–8pm

IG: @noccoffeeco

 

 

Lunch

Smrat Pure Veg
G/F, Loong King Mansion, 23-25 Ma Tau Wai Road, Hung Hom

 

Best vegetarian restaurant

Smrat Pure Veg

You know a restaurants good when it’s able to stand the test of time and Smrat Pure Veg is no exception! Around for more than 7 years, they’ve been serving up delicious vegetarian Punjabi and Tamil dishes in Hung Hom at wallet-friendly prices. This friendly restaurant will keep you well fed whether you’re having their Mushroom Masala or Veg Vindaloo. If you’re after a snack, we recommend their Bhaji Pav or Samosa Chaat. Don’t forget to grab a Mango Lassi or some Masala Chai while you’re there!

 

Visit them at the following hours:

Mon to Sun: 8am–11.30pm

IG: @smratpureveghunghom

 

 

Dinner

K-Bap Korean
16 Man Siu Street, Hung Hom

 

Best for group meals

K-Bap Korean

We all need a neighbourhood go-to where you can grab a group of friends for some food that warms the soul. K-Bap is our pick for their authentic and diverse range of Korean specialties. Go for the Naengmyeon cold noodles, Boiled Pork Knuckle or your standard Korean BBQ or Korean Fried Chicken. Don’t forget the Soju to drink while you enjoy your meal, keep K-Bap in mind as the weather gets colder and you’re looking for something cosy!

 

Visit them at the following hours:

Mon to Sun: 8am–11.30pm

FB: @kbaphk

 

 

Dessert

Sweet Craft
G/F, Pebbles World (Site 3), The Whampoa, Hung Hom

 

Best dessert in Hung Hom

Sweet Craft

To all the Hung Hom sweet-tooths out there, Sweet Craft is for you! They’ve got Matcha and Sesame Soft Creams, Cacao Smoothies, but their Salted Caramel Ice Flake is the star. With homemade brown rock sugar, flavoured popcorn, caramel sauce and a crème brûlée base they’ll have you running over for more! In addition to a variety of desserts, they’ve also got a range of hot Lattes and Fizzy drinks to choose from. Their Golden Turmeric Latte is the perfect immune boosting drink for the cooler weather.

 

Visit them at the following hours:

Mon to Sun: 1–11pm

IG: @sweetcrafthkg

Anna Zhou, Content & Partnerships Associate

Anna Zhou, Content & Partnerships Associate

A multi-lingual global professional with more than 6 years experience working from Hong Kong, Melbourne to Johannesburg and Shanghai. Anna is well-travelled and adept at navigating cultural nuances in diverse industries using a multi-disciplinary lens to connect people together.