As you might expect from a place called Princess Cafe, visiting this Hong Kong eatery is like stepping into the scene of a fairy tale. Featuring a quaint decor and offering a number of gourmet dishes and picturesque cakes, this cafe is unlike any other in the area. Located on the upper floor of the Sino Plaza skyscraper on Gloucester Road, a trip to Princess Cafe is the perfect way to end a girly day out shopping in Causeway Bay.
Food is too expensive as the portion is so small even I m not eat much. taste is not that good so overpriced. The environment is not as same as pic Won’t go again
Beauitful setting, it is a nice place for girls gathering, foods are good, but i think they can have more opptions on types of tea.
Great desserts and food overall, esp the dessert with the shoe. Skip the cakes though because desserts such as teddy's aurora tasted better. The mains were a surprise as both sous vide pork and truffle pasta.
Decorated in pastel colours and opulent chandeliers, Princess Cafe looks as if it came straight out of a Disney film, and at this cafe in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay, every dish on the menu is fit for a princess, each coming beautifully presented to table. You'll find delicious choices like the prosciutto oasis (prosciutto, fig, ice leave, arugula, red onion and pine nut) and the golden pearl island pearl pui wan (scallops with sweetcorn puree, Chinese sausage, dried radish, salami and choi pu) among many other gourmet options.
The cakes are the star of the show here at Princess Cafe, and are fit for a modern-day Marie Antoinette. All of the freshly baked desserts are so elegant that you may find it hard to tear into them, but with choices like the champagne caviar cake, the plummy foie gras cake and the white truffle cake, the temptation might be too hard to resist. The perfect place to celebrate a special occasion or for refuelling after a day out with your girlfriends, Princess Cafe on Gloucester Road in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay recommends making a reservation in advance to score a table.