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Pacific Coffee: rivals starbucks in Hong Kong
nice coffee's as Pacific Coffee is the first local Hong Kong Coffee Chain that was patterned after the Pacific Northwest Coffee Regions of Washington and Oregon in the United States as this was founded in Hong Kong by a local american Expatriate named Thomas Neir, who was from Seattle (home of Starbucks) and they started their first store in 1991 and it then expanded and now has more than 124 branches all around Hong Kong and they now have branches overseas at Mainland China, Singapore, Cyprus and Malaysia. They have their own coffee bean blends sourced from various areas around the world and they also sell coffee machines, espresso machines and coffee brewers.
We Tried their branch at the Departure Area Gate 28 of the Chep Lap Kok International Airport.
Opens: 7:00 am to 11:00 pm everyday
Favorite Dish: they have various coffee brews, both hot and cold varieties and various coffee blends and even iced teas and fruit juices, their large cold flavored cappucino costs HKD $ 30 for a large cup, Caramel Swill Chilino at HKD $ 35 per cup and a lot more.
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A step above Starbucks & FREE Internet
This is a chain much like Starbucks though the coffee is much better. There are many located on Hong Kong though I would always go to the one by the New World Center in Kowloon along the promenade. They have free internet there if you buy something so I'd usually grab a blueberry muffin and a latte. I liked the location of this particular one and it was usually very quiet and peaceful
Favorite Dish: Love the blueberry muffins.
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Pacific Coffee Sanlitun: Sanlitun sanctuary
One of many Pacific Coffee house in Hong Kong but I found this one location to suit me fine, on my way from my hotel in Wancahi and on my way back for a quick good cup of coffee.
The Sanlitun area is filled with resturant and bars and more easy going then the bars in Central Wanchai and i really liked the quiter calmer atmospere and of course the free internet for customers...:)
Pricing is ok and you get a breakfast for 60 hkd
Favorite Dish: Anyone of the terrific flavoured lattes
Pacific Coffee: FREE Internet Access
My favourite coffee place in Hong Kong. I love here far more than Starbucks, not only with their Mocha, but also the FREE INTERNET ACCESS here.
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