The Starbucks in Olympian City is very close to PRET, another light-food restaurant from the UK, just a short distance from the escalator. These two houses have coffee and bread. I don't have any special preferences. I will go to any one that has a space. This time I found a seat at Starbucks and ordered the tuna cheese quinoa multi-grain soft bun, which was quite healthy.
There are many high-end houses around Olympian City, and people who can afford such properties are considered middle-class. Therefore, it is very difficult for Starbucks in Olympian City to have vacancies. There are so many coffee shops in Hong Kong, but Starbucks is not cheap. A cup of thirty or forty mosquitoes, it is rare to see that the Starbucks in Olympian City has an empty seat, and it happens that you are tired from shopping, so you can sit down and rest and just have a cup of coffee.
The Starbucks in Olympian City is located at the entrance and exit of the long overpass from Phase II to Phase III. Opposite Starbucks is Pret A Manger, and down the escalator is McDonald's. These are places where you can have coffee and light meals. Normally, Starbucks is definitely more petty-bourgeois than McDonald’s, but in Olympian City, it’s the opposite. Starbucks is located in the UG building and the store is not spacious; the McDonald’s downstairs is spacious indoors and outdoors, and there are many parasols outdoors. You can sit outside in the natural wind, and feel more comfortable than Starbucks.
Olympian City is a large shopping mall in West Kowloon, next to the Olympic subway station, with a very large total area. Starbucks is very common in Hong Kong. This branch is located in the second phase of the mall and business is very strong.