Caffeine Fix: Another day, another opening at K11 Musea. With several branches around the city and worldwide, % Arabica has now opened up shop at the snazzy complex,
Look & Feel: You’ve probably seen % Arabica’s K11 Musea set-up on social media. It’s housed inside a golden cube-like structure dubbed the Kube, designed by the famed Dutch architecture firm OMA. You’ll smell its welcoming, irresistible aroma of coffee from a mile away.
On the Menu: Expect Arabica’s signature specialty brews, like the Spanish latte (coffee with condensed milk); and latte made with Kyoto matcha powder and milk; plus all the usual suspects, like cappuccino. Also find the likes of sparkling lemonade for those not looking to load up on caffeine.
Great For: In-and-out coffee runs and enjoying some time alone with a great brew.
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This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop HK will update this post once we’ve visited in person.