Neighbourhood Guide to Tai Hang
Just around the corner from the Causeway Bay chaos is the laidback neighbourhood Tai Hang. Whilst it’s still fairly new to Hong Kong’s social scene, this neighbourhood is home to some great restaurants, bars and quirky shops!
Where to Eat / Drink
Offering a great selection of local craft beers from Young Masters Brewery, as well as creative fusion dishes from celebrity chef May Chow. Second Draft is a must-visit, and a great addition to the Tai Hang hood!
G/F Little Tai Hang, 98 Tung Lo Wan Road, Tai Hang, 2656 0232
Opening its doors back in March 2018, Elementary is another great addition to the well-known Catch Concepts. The stand-out exterior draws you into this chic little eatery, and the relaxed vibe and sharing-style plates make for a great social brunch spot at the weekend.
15-16 School Street, Tai Hang, 2362 2812
A cosy little coffee joint with expertly brewed coffee and insta-worthy interiors. There’s no wonder they have steady crowds spilling out onto the streets. They may be short on seating, but this place is worth a visit and known for serving the best coffee in the neighbourhood.
15 Sun Chun Street, Tai Hang, 2838 5231
From Three Monkeys co-founder John Liang comes Bond, also situated in the boutique hotel Little Tai Hang. Their spacious, open terrace is the perfect place for brunching in the sun, and it doesn’t have to end there as they offer an incredible happy hour which starts straight after. Get comfy!
2/F, 98 Tung Lo Wan Road, Little Tai Hang, Causeway Bay, 2155 1777
Jrink Tea Shop
A speciality teahouse perfect for tea lovers. Unwind amongst the tea lined walls and sip away on the perfect cuppa. Their tea is hand blended and custom made using the world’s finest organic teas and botanicals making a unique story for each tea, and with the extensive menu, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
21 Ormsby Street, Tai Hang, 2284 4203
Plumcot Ice cream
Opened by professional pastry chefs (do we need to say anymore?), this true hidden gem brings a taste of Paris to the Tai Hang streets. Serving up artisanal ice cream, cakes, breads and French pastries, Plumcot is definitely worth a visit. And the homemade gelato makes for a great refresher whilst strolling the streets of Tai Hang.
G/F, 10A Sun Chun Street, Tai Hang, 2573 6293
Where to Stay
Little Tai Hang
If you hadn’t already guessed… Little Tai Hang is the perfect spot to treat yourself to a much needed staycation. Afterall, why does it need to end with a day trip? With Second Draft and Bond located in the same building, you don’t need to stray far from this fab spot.
98 Tung Lo Wan Road, Causeway Bay, 3899 8888
Where to Shop
B’IN Day to Day
A quaint boutique which houses products from all corners of the world. Unique jewellery, watches, designer glasses, stationary, home decor, you name it!
Shop, 15A Sun Chun Street, Tai Hang, 5977 1668
This shop is vintage heaven. If you’re looking to add a quirky flair to your home, then look no further than this little store full of vintage treasures.
38 Sun Chun Street, Tai Hang, 2369 2328