Each Hong Kong district has unique flavors, such as Causeway Bay, where boutiques, shopping malls, and bazaars converge. Calle Ocho, a new Spanish restaurant, is also located on Cleveland Street in the district, providing a wealth of expression in traditional Spanish cuisine.
Stanley is a historically important fishing port. Following the sea breeze, the market road to Pane e Latte, a bakery full of Italian decorations and a popular spot on Instagram!
A new commercial and entertainment district has been opened in TaiKoo Place on the island of Hong Kong. Inside the Sixteenth are two Italian and two Japanese restaurants, with Tempo Tempo's fancy cocktails being the most charming menu item here.
Opened in January this year, the Spanish restaurant Calle Ocho is decorated with Spanish tiles, flamenco paintings, traditional musical instruments, and vintage fans to showcase the generosity of Iberian culture.
Executive chef Víctor Caballé Molina also brings out the best in traditional Spanish tapas, such as the fluffy Spanish pancakes and cakes made with Manchego cheese, which appeal to the pallet.
Pane e Latte, Stanley
Pane e Latte is a bakery decorated in seaside resort styles, featuring Italian-style antiques, paintings, and photos of the resort. You will find surprises in every corner. Feel free to pick up your phone and take a few more pictures for memories.
The bakery uses nine different types of Italian flours to make its ingredients, including handmade bread, cakes, pizza, handmade ice cream, and various beverages such as coffee and wine, bringing hearts from all walks of life to Positano.
Located in Hong Kong's newest dining experience district, TaiKoo Place, The Sixteenth combines cross-cultural dining by incorporating Japanese restaurant Honjokko, which specializes in sushi, and TMK Funk & Rolls, which uses funk music to create a sense of ambiance. Last but not least is Tempo Temp, with its terrace, conveying a relaxed mood to passersby.
At Tempo Temp, after sunset, you can enjoy the Hong Kong nightlife with a classic martini or order a creative special Mojito with a small snack.
Are you ready to go? Check out the Hong Kong Tourism Board now for more information on special offers, and you could be the next to receive a free ticket.