Cafe restaurant Café MET serves customers within Pacific Place mall (88 Queensway) in Hong Kong.
Café MET, modeled after similar concepts in Chicago and New York City, is a fast service, innovative, and stylish cafe restaurant.
The cafe has become especially popular among young professionals and families that are looking for a comfortable, healthy & fresh quick bite in a friendly, high energy environment.
Dining options at Café MET include one of Hong Kong’s largest salad bars, a pasta station, hand-carved sandwiches at ‘The Carvery’ section, Asian specialties, and a changing selection of desserts.
Breakfast (available until 11am) alternatives feature fruit salads, cereals with milk, croissants, muffins, toast, scones and jam, as well as Hot Made to Order Breakfast sets (served with toast and hashbrowns).
Café MET’s premier daily soups come in 4 daily varieties, made from wholesome ingredients and served piping hot.
Grilled food at the cafe include panini melts, hot and stacked fillings in crisp European flatbread, ranging from tuna melt to tex-mex, as well as several flavors of wraps.
Café MET Asian Corner (fast & fresh Asian favorites, made to order) include many popular choices, such as Hainan Chicken, Kung Po Chicken, Seafood Ramen, and Wagyu Beef Fried Rice.
Sandwiches are metropolitan cafe classics, featuring mouthwateringly tasty options including Milanese Chicken, Cajun Shrimp, Smoked Burgundy Ham and Jarlsberg Cheese, and The Met Clubhouse.
Pasta (al dente, made to order with the tastiest of sauces) is also a popular option at Café MET. The menu has, for example, Spaghetti Carbonara, Spaghetti with Chicken Arrabiatta, Fettuccine Alfredo with Broccoli, as well as Rigatoni with Grilled Chicken, Grilled Peppers, and Mushrooms.
Café MET Pacific Place
88 Queensway, LG1, Shop 008, Pacific Place
Admiralty, Hong Kong
Hours: Sunday-Wednesday 8am-9pm, Thursday-Saturday 8am-9:30pm
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