What’s it called? Ink
What’s it all about? Tucked into a coveted harborfront spot at the new Hong Kong Museum of Art, Ink is a laid-back spot suffused with easy, breezy Aussie charm. Sample some local Gweilo brews on tap – or perhaps try their brand new gin – or perhaps an artisanal soda from New Zealand. The all-day spot serves freshly baked pastries and heavenly coffee for brekkie, along with small bites like pork and shrimp balls, crayfish rolls, black lava fries and more. If you’re hungry, opt for the ‘build your own plate’ option where you can create your very own concoction of protein and carbs with sustainable seafood. Whatever you do, don’t miss the seasonal ice creams made on site.
Where is it? G/F Hong Kong Museum of Art,10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, HK
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