There is this place in Hong Kong where, once you open a little wooden gate, you enter an entirely different world. Mostly outdoors, Mr. Cardigan is a cafe-turned-trailer with a a bit of hippie vibe. There are benches outside and lots of space filled with cactuses and other plants, a high table with stools, comfy … Continue reading Mr. Cardigan cafe and a breeze of fresh air.
Almost 2 years in Hong Kong and I am still trying to get used to some stuff that come so natural for locals in Hong Kong, but is a mystery to me. It is mostly the food connected stuff that is a bit unique comparing to what I'm used to. 1- Lunch set menu. When … Continue reading Non-standard standards of Hong Kong.
Summer is over and weather in Hong Kong is getting better. That means it's finally Polish style summer weather with temperatures around 24-28 degrees Celsius and you start to want to spend you day out. Both P. and me decided to drive to the place recommended by P.'s boss and see if we like it … Continue reading Forest Cafe 森林咖啡 – escape from the big city.
When I arrived in Hong Kong, I knew I will be living in the least expat friendly area full of scary people who might or might not be connected with some underground organisations - first week in and I already saw live a battle of gangs just in front of my building. But enough about … Continue reading Coffee matters – new cafe in Sham Shui Po.