The Cupping Room

Avocado on Toast

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Smashed Avocado & Poached Egg with Mayo, Ricotta Cheese, Radish, Almond, Honeymalt Toast

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Egg Benedict with Smoked Salmon

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Poached Eggs & Smoked Salmon Baby Spinach, Aerated hollandaise Citrus Fruit & Leaves Brioche Bun

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House Cured Salmon with Poached Egg on Toast

House Cured Salmon, Cucumber, Leaves,Lime Dill Mayo, Radish, Pickle Onion on Sourdough with Poached Egg


Fresh Orange Juice


Tel No.: 23712338

Location: 32 Swatow St, Wanchai, Hong Kong

Nearest MTR Station: Wanchai Exit B2

Opening Hour: MON-FRI 08:00-17:00, SAT-SUN 09:00-18:00



Emack & Bolio’s Hong Kong


One of the branches of Emack & Bolio’s was finally opened in July 2015.  Located in Central, many tourists and locals are attracted by cosy and warmly decorated Ice-cream shop.  Emack & Bolio’s offers Boston homemade ice-cream of 31 flavours.  Also, waffle cones are covered with marshmallow, or even chocolate-dipped.  One of the highlights of the shop is that each cone can at most added with 10 scoops of ice-cream.  Find it incredible right? Don’t try to imagine how 10 scoops can stack one by one! Go try it out and take the challenge! 10 SCOOPS!!

Lets Lick our Ice Cream! Who wants to take a challenge?

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Brunch Club & Supper

Brunch Club & Supper

   Along Leighton Road stood a bar & restaurant with a nice exterior, up the staircase leads to the dining area. Dim lights making the atmosphere kinda mysterious when walking up the stairs — and there you see people drinking, chatting with great emotions. All day breakfast, burgers, pastas, beverages like wines and beers are readily available here.

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Capital Café (華星冰室)

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Capital Café (華星冰室)

(3 Branches)
Shop B1, G/F, Kwong Sang Hong Building, 6 Heard Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
G/F, Shun King Building, 185-187 Shau Kei Wan Main Street East, Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong
G/F, 107 Sai Yeung Choi Street South, Mong Kok, Hong Kong

Capital Café is another typical Cha Chaan Teng in Hong Kong, the proprietors of which are famous stars from the phonographic industry therefore people from the entertainment circles occasionally show up in these restaurants.  Fans may meet their favourite stars here if they are lucky :p

Regarding the food, they are more or less similar to those in Australia Dairy Company but the quality of food is relatively better here.  Tea set is readily available for the whole day.  Capital Café is famous for its Principal Toast (Baked Cheese Toast) and Truffled Scrambled Eggs.

The decoration of the restaurant immitates the 80’s which recalls the collective memories of Hong Kong in the old days.  Capital Café is not very big or spacious but the placement of seats and tables as well as the friendliness of waiters give customers a cosy and comfortable feeling.

In 2014, another branch was opened in Macau which allows residents in Macau to experience the precious 80’s nostalgia of Hong Kong.

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Australia Dairy Company (澳洲牛奶公司)


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Australia Dairy Company (澳洲牛奶公司)

47 Parkes St, Jordan, Hong Kong

Australia Dairy Company is one of the typical CHA CHAAN TENGs in HK with quite a long history. It is famous for its Scrambled eggs and Steamed milk pudding. The fluffy, smooth and creamy scrambled eggs are mostly welcomed by people all over the world.

The fluffiness of scrambled eggs is due to the smooth fresh milk added when cooking.
The creamy and juicy scrambled egg goes well with the toast which never disappoints customers!!

Food comes within 2 minutes which is incredibly quick. The quick speed of Australia Dairy Company truly reflects the fast pace of Hong Kong.  If you come here, get ready to eat fast (you may probably finish your lunch within 15 minutes including waiting time for the food).

Though the waiters are rather rude and impatient, people love visiting Australia Dairy Company because they are here to taste the food of HK style and the nostalgic memories of HK.

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