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Must-visit Coffee Shops in Tsim Sha Tsui

Elevate your coffee break with K11 MUSEA’s guide to café hopping with a view! Choosing from a selection of world-class coffee brands, pair your perfect brew with a visit to one of K11 MUSEA’s scenic coffee spots surrounded by art and nature.

Discover where to scout your perfect cuppa — and the best place to enjoy it at K11 MUSEA!

1. Inspiration in Full Bloom — Blooms Coffee x ‘Parrots in Five Colours’

Blooms Coffee
With seasonal hand-picked specialty coffees offering the finest sensorial experience, Blooms Coffee reflects the philosophy of founder Moses Chan, an artist affectionately dubbed the ‘Coffee Prince’.

Location: 211, 2F, K11 MUSEA

‘Parrots of Five Colours’ by Zhang Enli
Enhance your coffee with a visit to Zhang Enli’s ‘Parrots of Five Colours’ — an immersive experience designed as a floating garden with a dome-shaped ceiling, a carpet of swirling patterns, and five parrots symbolising the five elements of Chinese philosophy.

Location: 2F, K11 MUSEA (across from COS)

2. Take a Sip of Sea View — %Arabica x Victoria Dockside

%Arabica
One of Hong Kong’s most beloved coffee brands, %Arabica finds a home at K11 MUSEA’s KUBE, a gold cube-shaped kiosk designed by acclaimed Dutch architecture firm OMA headed by Rem Koolhaas.

Location: Kiosk 6, G/F, K11 MUSEA

Victoria Dockside
Sip your favourite signature blend or specialty drinks with a serving of the iconic Victoria Harbour! Home to the iconic Avenue of Stars, Victoria Dockside is one of Hong Kong’s most popular promenades for locals and tourists alike.

Location: Victoria Dockside

3. Taste the Art of Coffee — KOFFEE MAMEYA x Sunken Plaza

KOFFEE MAMEYA
Founded by Tokyo-based coffee brand Omotesando Koffee, KOFFEE MAMEYA debuts its overseas concept at K11 MUSEA. Enjoy a bespoke coffee consultation, where coffee professionals will guide you to discover your preferred coffee profile from a range of light and dark roasts spanning the world’s leading coffee beans and roasters.

Location: B217, 2F, K11 MUSEA

Sunken Plaza
Coffee in hand, let your imagination run wild amid the waterfall panels of Sunken Plaza, a 2,000-square-foot outdoor space that welcomes a variety of live art and music events.

Location: Sunken Plaza, G/F, K11 MUSEA

4. Escape to an Urban Oasis — Elephant Grounds x BOHEMIAN HEXAGONS

Elephant Grounds
Founded in 2013, Elephant Grounds is an independent coffee roaster that scouts quality beans directly from small farms around the world to brew their exquisite tastes. K11 MUSEA Elephant Grounds’s outdoor seating extends into the idyllic Bohemian Garden.

BOHEMIAN HEXAGONS
A forest-like canopy covering the Elephant Ground, the Hexagons are a meticulously crafted network of geometric shapes that nest together to form a unique honeycomb structure. Providing shade and funnelling rain, the unique hexagons provide the perfect shelter for an outdoor coffee experience.

5. Floating Garden in the Sky — Ukiyo x Sculpture Park

Ukiyo
With its name meaning “floating world” in Japanese, Ukiyo promotes the philosophy of living in the moment. Visitors are invited to savour the art of slow living with specialty coffee and gourmet cuisines in an elegant café overlooking Sculpture Park.

Location: 6F, 610, K11 MUSEA

K11 Sculpture Park
Just outside of Ukiyo is Sculpture Park, K11 MUSEA’s garden in the sky. Enjoy your coffee with elevated views of the Victoria Harbour!

Location: 6F, Sculpture Park, K11 MUSEA