Thursday, February 4, 2010

Museum Cafe - Ideal High Tea Venue

Museum Cafe - Podium Level, Hong Kong Art Museum, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon

Hong Kong musuems are free on Wednesdays. So I take a day's off, go to Tsimshatsui to have lunch at Peking Garden and spent some time exploring the nearby Space Museum, Art Museum and the Hong Kong Cultural Centre.

Though I eat one meal a day, but sometimes I'm naughty. It is a personal rule, not a law, so it doesn't matter. After my museum tour, I had a cup of tea at its cafe on the podium. I really like to recommend this place becasue it is never crowded and it has superb views of the Victoria Harbour. Make sure to sit outdoor and the whole podium is yours.

Most important of all, the 5-star views here won't cost 5-star price. My latte is only HK$28 and the garlic bread is only HK$25. The food here is really nice and not expensive at all.

Garlic Bread HK$25 (US$3.2)
Anna at the Museum Cafe
The Museum Cafe podium offers great views
of the Victoria Harbour

Hong Kong Food Blog - Museum Cafe


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