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Kwun Tong may not be the first thought for Hong Kong expats looking to fill in a Sunday, but the latest outpost of Oldish – not far from the Kwun Tong ferry terminal on How Ming Street – may be changing that. This cafe is one of the best places in Hong Kong for a decent brunch, with hefty English and continental breakfast and lunch dishes perfect for soaking up some alcoholic residue from the night before. But it gets better. Oldish has a fantastic vibe, created by its rustic, old-timey design and long communal tables, so it’s a popular spot to hang around past the afternoon. That’s when the broad international fusion menu appears and Oldish reveals itself as a cool restaurant and bar, dishing up crispy pizzas or hearty pastas, a few Asian-inspired dishes, even exquisite European desserts to happy revellers who appear in no hurry to leave this Kwun Tong hideaway.
Great atmosphere for the cafe, and super cool that the leather artisan was working on a project while we were there. The only thing to make it entree would be a small awction of wine & beer ;)
This is a nice place for gathering and the food is really good. We also enjoy the eatery plus shopping experience there. It is highly recommended to my friends.