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“Nice weekend only cafe at the Ox Warehouse Gallery”
3 of 5 bubbles Review of Mori Mori Cafe

Mori Mori Cafe
Ranked #46 of 51 Coffee & Tea in Macau
Cuisines: Cafe
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Hong Kong, China
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“Nice weekend only cafe at the Ox Warehouse Gallery”
3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed April 29, 2014

For those visiting the Ox Warehouse Gallery next to Mong Ha Hill, there is a small weekend cafe found on the first floor room above the gallery front desk.

Here you will find a small, cutely decorated cafe. On the menu, you'll find hand-dripped coffee, teas, cakes and a savoury dish or two. We found the coffees (MOP$32) during a recent visit to be just fine and would have enjoyed a cake here had we not been saving room for dinner later on.

Interestingly, while there are only three tables in the cafe, we found it almost full when we arrived. Seems some local residents enjoy the quiet and pleasant environs of this little weekend cafe.

Unfortunately, Mori Mori is a weekend only cafe with opening hours of 12-7pm on Saturday and Sunday only. If you are there during the weekend, we feel its worth the stop before or after viewing the Ox Warehouse Gallery.

  • Visited April 2014
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