We love hotel cafes and restaurants in Hong Kong for their uncanny knack to have far longer opening hours than most eateries. Park café is the resident gathering spot for the Park Hotel Hong Kong’s hungry guests, but it’s also open to anyone who happens to find it along Kowloon’s Chatham Road South, on the corner with Cameron Road, which leads almost directly to Tsim Sha Tsui station. The cuisines represented are Japanese, Chinese, and Western, and with a dramatic and stylish interior it’s a pleasure to book a table whether you’re looking for breakfast, lunch or dinner – or anything in between.
香港百樂酒店的餐廳是美食愛好者的嚮往之地，同時也反映了香港的活力與動力。 Park café的自助餐將西式、中式與日式的飲食特色融為一體，滿足每一位用餐者的大都會美食觀。
me and my husband had a great time! although I booked for a window side table but we’re re given a table near to food display area but overall it’s excellent food and service! great experience! will surely come back again!
The restaurant was ready for everyone to be seated. You don't have to wait at all. They even let people start to get their food 10 min earlier (11:50 instead of 12:00). 不用白白乾等。
Bright and spacious cafe. Cafe was not very crowded whike we were there, most likely due to the after holiday season. Reasonable spread of food. Recommend to visit.
Park Cafe is popular among guests staying at Kowloon’s Park Hotel Hong Kong – businessmen searching for a lunch with colleagues or tourists heading out for or returning from a hard day’s exploring of the vibrant districts around Tsim Sha Tsui – but this Japanese, Western, and Chinese cafe and restaurant is just as popular among the public looking for truly all-day dining possibilities. The setting inside Park Cafe’s Chatham Street South premises is superlatively designed, and the menus are colourful and seasonal, whether you opt for a la carte dining or one of the venue’s many themed culinary promotions.
Park Cafe is known for its internationalist emphasis, as befits the in-house eatery of the Park Hotel Hong Kong whose clientele are themselves an international bunch, converging here in the vibrant Tsim Sha Tsui neighbourhood. Check out Park Cafe’s lunch and dinner buffet options for affordable dining. Otherwise, it’s all about great coffee, a fantastic list of drinks, and dishes that takes their cues from Western, Japanese and Chinese cuisines. Book ahead – this hotel cafe and restaurant is reliably busy with guests taking advantage of all that’s on offer.