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Charlie Brown Cafe 查理布朗咖啡專門店: Novelty Cafe in Hong Kong

Foodology October 20, 2012 Cafe, Dessert, Food for Thought, Three Beakers, Tsim Sha Tsui

Charlie Brown Cafe is every child’s dream! Or at least my dream since I grew up watching the cartoon and reading the comics. This location is their flagship store. When I passed by, I had to stop and go here. It wasn’t our plan to go here, but my sister and I couldn’t resist.

We walked up the stairs and everything is Charlie Brown!!

It’s a great place to chill with friends too. Lots of seats!

When you walk to the counter, there are so many cakes!

So many cute things!

There are even cakes shaped like their heads!

3D Lucy ($500 HKD or $70 CDN) Crazy expensive cake, but I am sure someone bought it.

Soy matcha Frappe tasted OK. It was a bit thick and icy.

Latte was so cute! You get to choose what character on top. I just chose Charlie Brown because its iconic. It also tasted great!

Tiramisu was way too cute to eat.

But, I knew I couldn’t stare at it all day, so I eventually ate it. Really good!

Woodstock Mango Mousse was also super cute. Trust me, I took a lot of pictures!

But, we also had to eat it! The mango mousse is on the outside and there is a gelatine puree inside. It tasted good too.

Their lights are very cute on the ceiling! Don’t you love Linus?

Overall, the desserts are good and its a great place to go to if you are a Charlie Brown fan. Theres lots of merchandise to purchase and lots of food to eat. They also have sandwiches and set meals, so you aren’t just limited to drinks and desserts.

Have you been here before?

We Rate Charlie Brown Cafe:

Address:
G/F-1/F, Kok Pah Mansion, 58-60 Cameron Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Website:
http://www.charliebrowncafe.com/

About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

  • mskimchi

    This looks amazing! I passed by this place so many times when I was in HK.. I regret not going in. ):