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Where would Hong Kong be if it weren’t for the London underground? Certainly Station 3 Cafe wouldn’t exist, styled as it is on the tube and offering a fantastic space for parties and private events over several VIP rooms at its sixth floor premises in the Kelly Commercial Centre along Nathan Road. Coffee and snacks plus bigger dishes are on offer at this Mong Kok hangout spot – just exit at Yau Ma Tei station to get to Station 3 Cafe.
Station 3 Cafe has about as much capacity as a tube station proper, able to accommodate up to 150 people in the main area or in several private VIP rooms high up in the Kelly Commercial Centre along the Mong Kok stretch of Nathan Road. There’s a 60-inch projection screen for showing movies or just getting your VJ on while you chow down on rice, snacks, noodles, coffee, soft drinks and more with your friends. There’s also a hi-fidelity sound system, TVs playing all the big sports matches, and you can take advantage of karaoke also.
Station 3 Cafe’s menu is simple and rustic, with several party package menus including variations on, for example, noodles and spaghetti, rice, salad, snacks, and dessert. There’s plenty of coffee to be had, of course, because this is a cafe – Station 3 Cafe. Station 3 Cafe’s sixth floor position can be found near the intersection of Nathan Road and Dundas Street, at the southern end of the Mong Kok neighbourhood, and so is best accessed from Yau Ma Tei station.