Walking into 愛麗絲的秘密花園 Wonder Garden Café on Nathan Road feels like you’re entering a dreamscape – one that’s modelled closely after Lewis Carroll’s best-selling fantasy novel, Alice in Wonderland. At this Yau Ma Tei themed cafe, a mad tea party awaits, with decor and dishes inspired by characters and scenes from the well-loved story. Take a bite from The Duchess’ Treasure Box (a blue mussel mushroom risotto) and indulge in a Rabbit’s Caramel Latte with a Queen of Heart’s Tart. A world away from the concrete landscape of Hong Kong, 愛麗絲的秘密花園 Wonder Garden Café must be seen to be believed. Just remember to reserve ahead as seats tend to fill up quickly.
Food sounds delicious?
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Cute place for my all girls gathering! Could work for a date too
The food does tasted really good. I especially love the croissant. And I love the details in decorations, like the secrets of mirror in washroom.
Only two other tables with people, yet our first dish took half an hour to get to us and the second one got to us a quarter of an hour after that. Plus the waitress managed to botch the drinks order. Food was decent but overpriced. You can only pay in cash. The decor is not even that great. Please don't bother with this place.
For a couple of hours, leave the busy streets of Hong Kong behind as you tumble down the rabbit hole into 愛麗絲的秘密花園 Wonder Garden Café, tucked away on the sixth storey of Ko’s House in Yau Ma Tei. Forget Nathan Road; this themed cafe is every Alice in Wonderland fan’s dream come true, with the finest attention to detail in its menu, decor and furnishing. From whimsical chairs and cutlery to playing cards that adorn the ceiling above you, it’s hard not to feel as if you have walked right into the pages of Lewis Carroll’s top-selling novel at 愛麗絲的秘密花園 Wonder Garden Café.
Taking you further on this wild adventure are plates upon plates of delight, inspired by popular scenes and characters from the well-loved story. Starting off with the White Queen’s Garden (chicken tofu cheese salad), you’ll want to move on to Jabberwocky on Frabjous Day (a tomato-based tiger prawn pasta) or the Fish-Footman Flower (smoked salmon caviar risotto) – with snacks like the Flamingo’s Croquet (chicken wings with vinegar and BBQ sauce) to tide you over in between dishes. What really got us grinning like a Cheshire Cat, however, were the lattes served in little intricate cups, best paired with a delectably crafted Queen of Heart’s Tart for dessert. Few cafes in Hong Kong stretch your imagination beyond its limits like 愛麗絲的秘密花園 Wonder Garden Café does, which is suffice to say that this Yau Ma Tei gem is a hit with both young and old. Reserve a table now to avoid disappointment.