Muji Cafe has three main ingredients: deli, sweets and drinks. This minimalistic-styled cafe echoes its store-counterpart, Muji. And it’s no surprise since the two sit side-by-side. Muji, a Japanese retail company, Muji Cafe stays true to its sibling-counterpart’s distinctive feature: minimalism. Even in its food.
True enough, the name Muji is derived from the Japanese word, Mujirushi Ryōhin, which is translated to “no brand quality goods” reflecting its distinctive minimalist style.
In Festival Walk, the newly-opened Muji Cafe, replaced the bookstore, Page One, sits in the corner. Its design ala-sibling-matching with Muji, completed with light wooden walls, floors, tables and chairs. The setting is cafe/cafeteria-styled where orders are made via the counter only for it to be delivered. The aesthetics, paired with bright lighting and decorated with plants, books and even clothes, compliment and give off a very cozy feeling. It whispers, “there is no place like home.”
The cafe’s menu includes all-day breakfast, deli (hot and cold), rice and pasta, sandwiches and burger, desserts and different varieties of drinks; all in simplistic style. Its all-day breakfast, served with a tray, a drink and styled in a way that speaks “breakfast in bed”, arranged without much decoration. The cafe emphasizes on natural, original and healthy.
The next ideal thing to do after a meal at Muji Cafe is to visit the store itself. Completed with Muji signatures: home accessories, clothes, plants, travel essentials and Japanese snacks. Hospitality is also the Japanese way and the price on the receipt itself is in yen.
Your dining and shopping experience here itself leaves you one step closer to Japan.
Address: Shop LG1-30, LG1, Festival Walk, 80 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon.
Monday – Thursday 11:00-22:00 / Fri 11:00-22:30
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays 10:00-22:30
For more information: http://www.muji.com.hk/en/cafemeal/index_121.html