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Quirkiest Restaurants and Cafes in Hong Kong

Those who have an appetite for quirky themes and unusual dishes will be happy to know that Hong Kong has a strange combination of eateries. Here are a top few to check out during your stay.

1

9 ¾ Café

Magic is definitely in the air at this Harry Potter themed restaurant in Hong Kong. Potterheads are going to be mind-blown when they walk into the restaurant. Hong-Kongers are well known for their love for themed restaurants so it is already a hit among locals. Located on the fourth floor of a building in Mong Kok, it is hard to miss this mystical café with the large Harry Potter name board plastered at the entrance. This small café is usually packed mostly due to its fascinating ambience. The Harry Potter movie soundtrack plays in the background, patrons can enjoy Potter inspired dishes, and drinks such as butterbeer, Aragog salad and the Hogwarts feast which is an all-day breakfast to relish. If you are a Potter fan staying at the Dorsett Mongkok, you can take a quick stroll to 9 ¾ Café.

2

B Duck Café

Hong Kongers are known for their love for rubber duckies and the B Duck Café is yet another initiative to prove this to the world. B Duck is a themed restaurant based on the clothing shop. The dishes include duck shaped cheesecake, rice cups and even local favourites such as mango pomelo sago with a rubber duck floating on jelly. The décor of the restaurant complements the theme and there are plenty of cute photo options for diners.

3

Tsim Sha Tsui Café

The Charlie Brown themed café is a crowd favourite with or without the 'Peanuts' gimmick. The menus offer whopping 40 flavours of coffee and frappes. The mochas and lattes come with Snoopy's face on the froth. You get a range of character shaped deserts as well. Both locals and visitors love Tsim Sha Tsui café.

4

Enos Space Station

If you are in for an out of this world meal, the Enos Space Station is the place to go. Hong Kong's first ever space station themed restaurant Enos Space Station is named after the 2nd chimp that went to space, Enos. The menu serves creative dishes to compliment the theme such as space rice, space waffles etc. This is one of the quirkiest restaurants in Kowloon Hong Kong.

5

ATUM Desserant

This is every dessert lovers' dream restaurant. ATUM Desserant has dedicated to serving sweet treats on your plate. Apart from fulfilling your sweet tooth, ATUM Desserant takes an unconventional approach by making the desserts right in front of you. ATUM Desserant is a step ahead compared to other dessert delights in Hong Kong. You do not get the usual local flavours served here but they have come up with innovative tastes for traditional desserts and added some Chinese sweets to it.

6

Oddies Foodies

When the Wan Chai heat becomes intolerable, Oddies Foodies comes to the rescue. This is a tiny takeaway outlet that serves the most refreshing blend of ice creams and low-fat gelato topped with crispy bubble waffles. You get a variety of flavours and toppings along with their signature bubble waffles as the final addition. Since it's the only store available, the queues get pretty long during summer but you'll realize that the wait was worth it!

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