6 of Hong Kong's Weirdest -In a Good Way- Restaurants

6 of Hong Kong's Weirdest -In a Good Way- Restaurants

1. B Duck Café

Do you like ducks? More specifically, are you crazy for cute, squishy rubber ducks? If the answer to any or both these questions is a resounding yes, then boy is this the place for you! Themed after a popular clothing brand, B Duck Café creates dishes that are inspired by, you guessed it, rubber ducks! From duck-shaped rice to duck-themed desserts, you can live out all of your rubber duck fantasies at this wild and quacky (see what we did there) café. 

Address: Shop 2059, 2/F, YOHO MALL I, 9 Yuen Lung Street, Yuen Long



2. Café Animojo

Café Animojo's theme is based around environmental protection and nature conservation. The café is fitted with several glass tanks that mimic the natural environment of the beautiful reptiles that live within them. Café Animojo's menu also features a great selection of organic, meatless and sustainable food. If you want to learn more about animal welfare, conservation and how you can help protect the planet, all while enjoying a delicious meal and being surrounded by beautiful animals, look no further.

Address: Shop A, UG/F, Au's Building, 15-19 Hollywood Road, Soho, Central


3. Charlie Brown Café

Who doesn't love Charlie Brown and the Peanuts? Now, you can get your fix at this long-standing establishment that pays homage to these classic and beloved characters. The café offers up a vast variety of drink and food options that creatively reference the Peanuts. Whether you're just in it for the ambiance, or you're attracted by the great food and drink, there's little wonder why this place attracts visitors from all walks of life.  

Address: G/F-1/F, Kok Pah Mansion, 58-60 Cameron Road, Tsim Sha Tsui


4. Ha Cube

Ha Cube translates to Prawn Cube, and as the name suggests, the specialty here is prawns. However, Ha Cube is a venue that lets you embrace your inner angler as you fish for your dinner in one of two cube-shaped pools filled with a variety of sea life. There's no better way to ensure the freshness of your meal than by catching it yourself!

Address: Unit C, 3/F, Tsun Win Factory Building, 60 Tsun Yip St, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong 


5. The 747 Galley by Café Proud Wings

This aviation-themed café aims to emulate everything about the airport and airplane experience - except the food. While the ambiance mimics everything from boarding gates to the actual inside of an airplane, the food is designed to make you salivate and wonder why you've never actually been served a quality meal on a real flight. Add a large selection of craft beers to the mix, and you'll certainly feel ready for takeoff. 

Address: G/F, 39 Ka Shin Street, Tai Kok Tsui


6. Crazy Car Café

Aside from some great alliteration, this café's name pretty much sums its theme up perfectly. Come for the food or come for the go karts, either way, it's going to be a great time! The food at Crazy Car Café can be summed up as western-fusion, though the real appeal is definitely in feeling like a kid again as you drift around the track and race your friends for bragging rights. Just don't lose your dinner in the process!

Address: Shop 205-211A&214, 2/F, D2 Place Two, 9 Cheung Yee Street, Lai Chi Kok

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