Food and drink
A (Fair Trade) latte, eggs Benedict with salmon, or a full meal - all is on offer here. There is a nice wine list too.
It's overwhelmingly friendly and relaxed. The temptation to linger is obviously irresistible for quite a few customers.
As might be expected, service comes with a gentle smile.
Peel Street's an eccentric thoroughfare, running more or less north-south, sometimes a road, sometimes little more than a narrow footbridge. It's a happy amalgam of traditional workshops and more recent openings, boutiques and the like, which are part of the gradual gentrification of this part of town.
HK$68 for a set lunch ain't half bad. At cocktail hour, HK$328 buys unlimited wine and canapés.
Tables to book
Head for the garden as long as there's no typhoon.
There is another branch in Causeway Bay - but this location is better.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children