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Mr. & Mrs. Cat Cafe
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Sally Chan wrote a review Aug 2020
Hong Kong, China19 contributions8 helpful votes
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I came there three days ago which was its first day to reopen the cat cafe because of the epidemic easing. It was fun for children to interact with the cats there. However, I was totally disappointed for the experience that time. There were very few kinds of food and also for the drinks. It was definitely not a pleasant experience to have a tea there. My friend ordered a cup of hot chocolate milk and that is tasteless. For the environment, it was as clean as before(I have visited three times already). It was relaxing to stay in the well-designed cafe and the French window could allow you to look at the scenery outside with cat (hope the glass can be cleaned and removed the dust). The cat wasn’t taken care welly as the fur should be groomed more frequently. But still a good place to take photos and chill..
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Date of experience: August 2020
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happyyytraveller wrote a review Jan 2020
Singapore, Singapore271 contributions140 helpful votes
We came for the cats so it was nice to know that the cafe charges HKD 85 for 2 hours (includes a complimentary drink). The drink selection was decent with hot and cold options such as milk tea, camomile tea and honey lemon earl grey. Cats were generally friendly and willing to play. Someone brought a laser light and the cats did try to catch the ball of light. Most were fluffy Long haired cats so be prepared to leave this place with some fluff on your clothing
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Date of experience: January 2020
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londontrvlr86 wrote a review Jul 2019
36 contributions48 helpful votes
Another cat cafe I visited in HK was sadly very dirty so I feared a repeat experience. But this cafe is clean, smells clean, and has a nice warm cosy decor. There are about 10 cats of different types and they are very sweet and lovely kitties. They were calm but everyone in the café was treating them gently. They will sit near you but didn't seem to want to be petted by anyone much (can you blame them, they are petted by random humans all day). However for a small fee you can feed them chicken and they will flock around you. The free milk tea I had was nice. The staff were also friendly and nice. I would go back here and I recommend it. Try to go when there are less people. By the way, bring a jumper as the air conditioning was quite high.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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juicefactory wrote a review Jul 2018
Australia51 contributions93 helpful votes
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This is the second time we've been back, and we loved it as much as the first time! The cats are all very well taken care of, and are playful in their own way. The entry fee is a minimum of a drink per person - very reasonable considering other places charge you an entry fee just for stepping in store! The cats were adorable and clearly enjoyed their home in the Japanese-inspired decor. It was very relaxing playing with the cats, and a very nice way to get away from the hustle and bustle of HK.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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NorrieFamily wrote a review Jul 2018
Perth, Australia51 contributions25 helpful votes
We wanted something that was just for the children after all the touring. After going upstairs in what seemed like an apartment block we got to the cafe. There were lots of friendly cats who were more than happy to be stroked and played with. The drinks and food were a little pricey, but I would expect that being as you were paying to visit the cats as well. The food and drinks were good, if a little slow as there was only one poor girl doing everything. All in all a great experience and much better than the sanitised versions in Australia-would definitely recommend.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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