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Sense 99

recommendation by paolojcruz

This place is literally hidden on the upper floors of a colonial-era walk-up along Wellington Street (it's NOT at the building marked #99, as its name would suggest). It's probably the most laid-back, welcoming place i've visited in the SoHo/Western area, with its art-damaged interiors, cozy sofa seats, casual jam sessions, an open-air deck, and a no-frills beer selection.

Phone number: +852 9466 2675

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Yo Mama

recommendation by paolojcruz

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The specialty frozen yoghurt at Yo Mama is about the same quality as any other high-end fro-yo place in South/East Asia. (PROTIP: green tea + mochi combo FTW.) But what makes this branch worth visiting is the location, smack dab in the midst of the chic Star Street area. It's second only to ēpöch cafe (next door) for cosmopolitan people-watching. From affluent hipster types to yuppie gourmands, this self-styled designer precinct attracts a specific cross-section of Hong Kong's niche consumers.

Phone number: +852 2865 5600

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Aqua

recommendation by limalimon

Aqua is a group of 4 restaurants and a bar located on the top floors of a nice building, all of them with incredible views.
There's an italian, a japanese and a traditional cantonese one.
We've tried the cantonese and food was amazing but i guess you are paying for the views :)
Drinks at the top floor bar are fair, go for that!

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This is one of the most popular dim sum restaurants.

Think about it as a whole experience, it's not about the food, it's about all around it :)

It works like this: there are women with trolleys going around with dim sum baskets, have a look to them, pick some (don't worry you are never going to know what is in there :)) and the woman would put on a papaer a stamp.

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