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Hong Kong’s best pet-friendly cafés with indoor seating

By Kelly Eng 10 July 2021

Header image courtesy of @p._.pebble (via Instagram)

It’s summertime, and you are enjoying your delicious meal on the outdoor patio of a restaurant. You look through the window and find other customers comfortably embraced by the air conditioning, revelling in their dishes. Desperately wanting to head inside, you turn your head and notice your dog suffering equally under the stifling heat, remembering that only open-air areas welcome pets. 

Well, sweat no more—to save you from this scenario, we have found some of the best restaurants in Hong Kong with pet-friendly indoor seating so you and your pet can cool down together.

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Tuckshop by Social Club

Looking for delicious bagels or pancakes for brunch? Head to Tuckshop by Social Club with your beloved pets, where plenty of seats are available and natural sunlight streams into the restaurant through their French windows, creating a leisurely atmosphere for customers. Whether you decide to order their smoked salmon bagel ($70) or pancakes with blueberries ($80), we suggest adding on a side of delightfully crispy fries for just $20!

Tuckshop by Social Club, Shop 4–7, 158A Connaught Road West, Sai Ying Pun | (+852) 9745 4966


Wan Land Café (一浪)

Blending Japanese and Taiwanese design elements, the plain white walls, minimal wooden furniture, and simplistic decoration at Wan Land Café (一浪) allow for a spacious environment in which your pets can wander around. Offering seating both indoors and outdoors, the East Asian-inspired menu offers options such as the signature sandwich ($78) and mentaiko pasta ($78), as well as their croffle topped with seasonal fruits ($68), alongside familiar coffee beverages like the flat white ($38), coffee tonic ($45), and espresso ($32).

Wan Land Café (一浪), 26 Li Tak Street, Tai Kok Tsui


Coast Coffee

Inspired by the quote “Life’s a coast-to-coast journey,” Coast Coffee makes use of warm lighting fixtures and verdant plants to generate a cosy environment for you and your pets. Coast Coffee also aims to serve wholesome meal choices to customers, offering dishes like cauliflower rice with chicken thigh & kimchi ($98), tom yum risotto with Thai eggplants ($88), and creamy mushroom fusilli ($78). However, be mindful that while indoor seating is allowed for pets, you must place them in a bag or carry them by hand.

Coast Coffee, 17 Tin Hau Temple Road, Tin Hau | (+852) 5645 5732

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Once you have entered this restaurant, you will immediately notice its bohemian style. Patterned bamboo graphics on plain white walls and a natural blend of plants and other decorations all add up to the photogenic environment of Boholic. While waiting for your food to be served, feel free to take pictures with or of your pets in the couch area!

Boholic serves multi-national dishes with delicate plating techniques, from fried Hokkaido scallop and mentaiko cream risotto ($98) and baked Boston lobster with gnocchi ($168) to roselle Basque burnt cheesecake ($58) and blueberry yoghurt smoothie ($46).

Boholic, G/F & 1/F, Sea Panorama Court, 561 Fuk Wa Street, Cheung Sha Wan | (+852) 2388 3668


Koko Coffee Roasters

All pet lovers are familiar with The Mills in Tsuen Wan, so before or after shopping with your pets in the mall, visit Koko Coffee Roasters for lunch or dinner! Unlike the restaurants mentioned above, this place has more of a modern edge with the heavy use of stone and steels. Paintings of automobiles and city night views on the walls complement its urban vibe.

Koko Coffee Roasters is also a nice spot to study and work while enjoying some amazing dishes, such as double cheeseburgers with fries ($128) and pulled pork bowl ($148). Your pets will easily find friends both in the mall and restaurant, so feel free to let them mingle!

Koko Coffee Roasters, Shop G09, The Mills, 45 Pak Tin Par Street, Tsuen Wan | (+852) 2499 7255



It’s safe to say that when dining out with your pet, there is always a pair of hopeful eyes staring straight at the food you are about to bite into. Most of the time, you wish you could share the food with them, but what if the restaurant also provides pet-friendly dishes?

Superhooman offers a pet-friendly food menu, which includes snacks like purple sweet potato cookies ($58) and pumpkin pup balls ($58) that your four-legged pal can enjoy alongside you. Now you can have your mussel risotto with lobster sauce ($148) or roasted spring chicken ($138) without worrying about your pet waiting with a hungry stomach!

Superhooman, 16 Tsing Fung Street, Tin Hau | (+852) 9181 1193

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Whiskers N Paws Café

Surprise, surprise! A list of pet-friendly cafés and restaurants with indoor seating would not be complete without Whiskers N Paws Café. Based in Ap Lei Chau, the well-known pet store not only provides quality supplies, grooming services, and adoption opportunities, but also operates a vegetarian café. Entertain your cats and dogs with their playgrounds while you browse their range of products for animals in-store.

After eating their WNP Impossible burger ($118) with a side of sweet potato fries ($38), you can bring your pet out for a walk and let them play around with their friends. Whiskers N Paws is a fun place to be at and visitors can easily spend a whole afternoon there! Also, they are temporarily partnering with Woobar at W Hong Kong for an afternoon tea, so it’s the perfect opportunity to visit for a luxurious dining experience!

Whiskers N Paws Café, 10/F, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau | (+852) 2552 6200

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Kelly Eng


From dipping hot Cheetos in birthday cake ice cream to scuba-diving despite being ocean-phobic, Kelly loves exploring new and weird things with her family and friends. While her talents are eating and napping, she enjoys dancing, writing, and socialising as well. As an advocate of pineapple pizzas and durian tofu pudding, Kelly is also a passionate fan of K-pop, romance fiction, and sea otters.