Causeway Bay is a heavily built-up area of Hong Kong Island, covering parts of Wan Chai District. The rent in the shopping areas of Causeway Bay often ranks among the world's most expensive, rivaling Fifth Avenue in New York City. Jam-packed with restaurants and shops, but also featuring Hong Kong’s main public library, as well as the territory's largest public park, there truly is something for everyone. Visit SOGO, Hong Kong’s largest Japanese-style department store or check out some local designers at Fashion Walk. It’s not just about clothes either; those looking for electronics or household items are sure to find their fix.
Shing Kwong Church, The Church of Christ in China
Peng Da Guest House
Luk Fook (Hong Kong Mansion)
CARTIER (LEE GARDEN FIVE)
Sheung Wan Promenade, Causeway Bay Hong Kong
One of the most spectacular routes in the city with stunning harbour views on one side and skyscrapers on the other. The promenade (including some narrower connecting paths) extends from Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park in Sheung Wan to Golden Bauhinia Square in Wanchai.
Beautifully designed with dark cobalt blue and gold surfaces, @lifetastic.official is the newest addition to Hysan Place’s growing collection of premium casual eateries.
Much to our delight, we had a fanTASTIC dining experience here! To be honest, we were only here for their signature pastries, but we got a pleasant surprise from the innovative pairing of fruits and seafood in all the exquisite items we ordered from the diverse menu.
[Crab & Watermelon Tartare]
Bearing a striking resemblance to their cakes, each layer was perfectly executed to deliver a plethora of contrasting textures. The soft mozzarella cheese on top of fresh crab meat was juxtaposed to the refreshing watermelon slices and crunchy bottom layer of apple, cucumber and tomato dices, bringing the dish brilliantly alive.
[Seared Tuna with Mango Salsa]
This mouthwatering appetizer was another sensory blend of taste and aromas. The sweetness of mango, richness of thick raw tuna on the inside, punginess of black pepper on the seared outer side, topped with the earthiness of basil - evidently, each bite was packed with flavor.
[Signature Mentaiko, Crabmeat & Scallop Spaghetti]
Highlighted on the menu as their signature pasta dish with quality seafood ingredients specially chosen by the chef, we were impressed by the juiciness and tenderness of the scallops as well as the creaminess of the pasta. The salmon roe and mushrooms enhanced the taste and visual appeal of the dish.
[Slow-cooked Partridge with Pumpkin Puree]
The only non-seafood item that we had, the savoriness of the lean meat was excellently balanced out by the sweetness of the pumpkin puree and slight acidity of the vanilla strawberry (hot) sauce. Although there’s a chili pepper icon on the menu next to this item, as a person with a spice tolerance of near zero, I can safely say that it’s not spicy at all. The crispy side potatoes were also delectable!
[Watermelon Strawberry/Lychee Layer Cake]
Having tasted Black Star Pastry’s original Strawberry Watermelon Cake when we visited Sydney, we had already set high expectations and Lifetastic’s adaptation surely did not disappoint!
The juicy watermelon was definitely the focal point, but the accompanying fragrance of the dried rose petals and light rose-scented cream, plus the crunchy almond base elevated the entire experience. Compared to the slight sourness of the signature strawberry version, the lychee gave a much sweeter tropical taste.
Quite appreciated the fact that the cakes are all gluten free, and there’s even a less sugar option if you’re health-conscious. The best part is that we got a complimentary petite cake upon purchasing food items over $108!
Although the avocado smoothie that we had originally wanted to order was not available, we still enjoyed the thick texture and natural taste of this fresh fruit smoothie, which was a mild mixture of berries and milk.
Blended with green apple, cucumber, kale, celery and pears, this cold-pressed juice was super detoxing and probably the healthiest choice. Taste-wise, the celery flavor was quite dominant, so it might not be for everyone.
Shop 326, 3/F, Hysan Place, Causeway Bay (MTR exit F2)
Little Miss Picky
[The future of the small brick UP backpack] Day2 Hong Kong
that every minute in Hong Kong, the two girls who have lost two oceans have already flown home, I have to go the rest of the road
good step One day, Hong Kong still had a harvest. I finally bought a color from Europe-Macau-Hong Kong. By the way, I also sent a new package to Xiaoxiao. It was also touching
"What is wrong with the package, it is all me. The fault, stepping into the Harbour City, I found out that I am really poor." Or take a look at the pork roasting package pressure
by the way warm tips, everyone's love beans have Chen Yisen station street photo shop, really real Not good, or your own small radar touch is not mine, 711 convenience store Hong Kong limited is not bad
exquisite Zhou Zhou girl, to go to Macau to capture the old Zhou figure, please let me meet on the roadside Bless me, I can be sung in the middle of the day.
In the Causeway Bay business district, the shopping malls are row upon row, seemingly worn out, but they are very prosperous. There are always so many tourists, whether on holidays or in peacetime.