This was really a hole-in-the-wall shop, with only 1 table and 1 chair. But it certainly did not hinder its popularity though, for there was a streaming flow of people doing take-aways early in the morning at 8am.
We decided to try the Cofftea (HKD 35), which was a combination of latte and chai tea (a Western take on 鴛鴦 Yin-Yang). The coffee overpowered the chai, and so it was a tad too strong for me, but hubby enjoyed it very much.
To complete our breakfast, we also had a Blueberry Muffin (HKD 22) which was pretty moist and delicious, though a bit too sweet for us.
While waiting for our cofftea, we found this written on the door: “MTR straight ahead, good coffee & handsome barista to the left”
Since hubby co-writes and reads all my blog posts, you can check out my Instagram post to see if there is any truth about the left… I shall not comment 😛 But he was certainly a very friendly barista 🙂
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