Mr & Mrs Cat Cafe: Hong Kong
Phone: +852 5116 1244
Hours: Daily 12:30 - 23:00
Entrance Fee: None
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Wedded Bliss: Review of Mr & Mrs Cat Cafe
Mr & Mrs Cat Cafe is not easy to find, but this small feline emporium is delightfully quirky and worth the effort.
Located on Hong Kong Island near the Causeway Bay metro stop, we kept circling Foo Ming Street and Lee Garden until we determined we were looking for the Po Ming Building. The cafe is up one floor from the ground level and of note, is not the only cat cafe in the building- the other being Cat Store aka Cat Island Cafe on the third floor.
We were promptly greeted by the personable staff and seated at one of the cafe's six tables. It didn't take long to see that the cafe's main attraction is the bevy of beautiful cats in residence.
From pouty Persians to serious British Shorthairs to mischievous Munchkins, the ten kitties of Mr & Mrs Cat Cafe all have oversized personalities, but Pineapple Baby takes the cake.
We aren't sure why, but cats named after food are very popular in Hong Kong. I found the name Pineapple Baby tickled me so much, that I snorted out loud when I read the card with her photo on my table. Insulted at the implication, PB refused to look in my direction when I stood up to take her photo. I guess I deserved it.
Her name also inspired a post about the coolest cat names from cat cafes from around the world.
Food-wise, we enjoyed a gooey chocolate lava cake and lattes, all extremely delicious. The coffee was the best of the eight cat cafes we visited.
The space can get a bit crowded, but the tight quarters means better proximity to the cats. Overall, it's a great way to spend an hour or two getting your feline fix in Hong Kong.
Date Visited: 5/2/18