Very sad latte art
Our last stop today was to visit Café Corridor!
We were not too hopeful initially, as it was a rather small place, and during our previous visit, it was packed to the brim! Today, we got lucky, and at around 9:30pm, it was less than half full!
Hubby ordered a Flat White (HKD 38), while I settled for a fresh Grapefruit Juice (HKD 45). Note that coffee is only served hot here, and there is a minimum of one drink per person.
The waitress who brought us the drinks accidentally spilled a little of the coffee, making the already sad-looking latte art look even more sad… The coffee was just alright, and not really aromatic. I could taste the freshness of my grapefruit juice though! Happy that they didn’t add additional sugar syrup 🙂
- Location: 香港島銅鑼灣羅素街26A地下, G/F, 26A Russel Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
- Website: www.facebook.com/cafecorridor
- Hrs: 8:30am – 11pm (Mon-Thu), 8:30am – 12am (Fri), 12pm – 12am (Sat), 12pm – 11pm (Sun)
- Nearest MTR: Causeway Bay 銅鑼灣
[Here is the photostream of Ho Chi Minh City 2015, for those who prefer pictures to tell a story. 🙂]
Tickets to War Remnants Museum
After a very sumptuous breakfast at the hotel, we made our way to the War Remnants Museum and spent the remaining morning there.
This is a museum on the Vietnam War, and it is a rather emotional exhibition to us, and it serves to remind us of the cruelty of war and the selfishness of people.
Categories: Ho Chi Minh City, Travel, Vietnam
Tags: egg, grapefruit, Ho Chi Minh City, latte, pork, rice, sausage, spa, war