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Cafe culture may be more associated with the coffeehouses of Vienna and the iconic British afternoon tea, or indeed, closer to home for Hong Kong residents, the bubble tea boom that originated in Taiwan and the extensive tea culture of Japan. Hong Kong can be a little bit left behind in this regard, but that isn’t to say that there aren’t great cafes around the city, and out in Yuen Long, they swear by Aldou Cafe. This Ma Tin Road eatery sets the standards in Yuen Long for casual food and drinks, with tea and coffee, a wine list and beers, as well as an extensive menu. Choose from Western dishes like spaghetti and squid ink or fish and chips, or from their Asian-style specialities, such as Korean kimchi burger and sashimi octopus salad. Book your table now and take a train to Long Ping for a cafe strip out of the ordinary.