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Delving into the many dining and drinking options in the Mong Kok neighbourhood of Hong Kong can be bewildering. Many of the gems waiting to be discovered are hidden many levels up above the streets of Kowloon, and the same goes for Carmel Cafe, an internationally-inclined hangout on the ninth floor of Ko’s House along Nathan Road, closer to Yau Ma Tei station than Mong Kok station itself. Enjoy free board games while you chill out and, if you need to celebrate, enquire about private hire.
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Hong Kong’s Carmel Cafe serves up an eclectic mix of international dishes, with something of a focus on Italian cuisine. Book a table at Carmel Cafe’s ninth floor location in Ko’s House along Nathan Road, in Mong Kok but closest to Yau Ma Tei station, between noon and 2pm for their affordable lunch menu or a late afternoon selection served from 3pm until 5:30pm, finishing with classic Italian tiramisu. Our favourite is the squid ink tagliatelle – supremely Italian.
Very popular among those Mong Kok and Kowloon locals that know Carmel Cafe is the restaurant’s selection of pizza, served from noon until 5:30pm and including the curious Californian Gurden pizza, the Arourd The Worid and the New pizza with incredible toppings such as tomato sauce, vegetables, and meats. The party set is a good idea for Hong Kong diners looking to, well, party, with different menus available depending on the size of your group.