23 March, 2023
Cafes With Wifi Hong Kong Whats On
Cafes With Wifi Hong Kong Whats On
Eat & Drink, Lifestyle

The Best Cafes In Hong Kong With Free Wifi

23 March, 2023
Cafes With Wifi Hong Kong Whats On

Looking for the best place to work remotely? These cafes in Hong Kong with free wifi will have you covered, with top-notch coffee to boot!

While we can’t deny the comfort and flexibility of working from home or getting productive at a co-working space, finding a quiet nook at a cafe (with plenty of power sockets and internet) sometimes just hits the spot. Free wifi, cosy lighting and good coffee — that ticks everything we need! Keep reading to discover our favourite cafes in Hong Kong with free wifi.

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Best Cafes With Free Wifi On Hong Kong Island

Cafes With Wifi Hong Kong Whats On: Brunch Club

Brunch Club – Peel Street & Causeway Bay

Brunch Club has two locations — one on Peel Street and another on Leighton Road in Causeway Bay. Both have a relaxed, welcoming vibe, with books and magazines scattered around and a killer all-day breakfast set.

Wifi signal: Excellent at the Leighton Road location but flaky in the Peel Street branch.
Power: Sockets are available at both locations.
Coffee, bites and more: Excellent brunch menu, featuring continental classics. Drinks include coffee, teas and alcoholic beverages (the hot chocolate selection really sets this joint apart from the crowd).
Noise level: Weekdays are typically quiet, though Saturdays and Sundays can get loud with the busy weekend brunch crowd.

Brunch Club (Peel Street), G/F, 70 Peel Street, Soho, Central, Hong Kong, 2526 8861

Brunch Club & Supper (Causeway Bay), 1/F, 13 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, 2890 2125, www.brunch-club.org

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Common Ground – Central

Looking for a quiet spot to blast through your to-do list in? Head to Mid-Levels favourite Common Ground. Charming and peaceful, it’s hard to believe that this slow-paced neighbourhood cafe is just a stone’s throw away from busy Soho. Grab a cushion and settle on the stairs outside for the ideal alfresco office situation.

Wifi signal: Good
Power: Power sockets are available but there are only a few!
Coffee, bites and more: The concise menu features a mix of breakfast and cafe classics, including avocado toast and the CG burger. For drinks, we love that there’s a good balance of coffee and non-coffee items, including Salted Chocolate, Turmeric Lattes and a Hibiscus Lemonade.
Noise level: Quiet on weekdays, gets crowded on weekends.

Common Ground, G/F, 19 Shing Wong Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2818 8318, www.twins-kitchen.com/common-ground

Cafes With Wifi Hong Kong Whats On: Doubleshot

DOUBLESHOT by Cupping Room – Central

Occupying a prime location overlooking Hollywood Road, aesthetics and style are everything at DOUBLESHOT. But don’t let that deter you from setting up office here. Friendly staff, freshly-roasted coffee and Japanese-inspired fusion eats are just a few reasons why DOUBLESHOT is worth checking out for an afternoon of work.

Wifi signal: Good
Power: Few power sockets scattered around the window seats.
Coffee, bites and more: The menu covers a la carte dishes in addition to an impressive range of coffee, tea and cocktails. The dishes are a bit more substantial than your typical cafe fare (think Grilled Turbot, Karage and Galician Octopus), so we recommend coming hungry!
Noise level: Expect background noise, accompanied by a playlist of jazz classics.

Sassy Tip: This pick is generally a lot busier than the rest on this list. For this reason, we’d avoid lunchtimes and weekends, opting to come early morning or mid-afternoon on a weekday instead.

DOUBLESHOT by Cupping Room, 1/F, Hilltop Plaza, 49 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, 9225 6639, www.facebook.com/doubleshot.hk

Hazel & Hershey Coffee Roasters – Peel Street

Perched on the slopes of Peel Street, Hazel & Hershey never fails to bring a smile to our faces thanks to its whimsical interior setting and, of course, top-notch coffee.

Wifi signal: Good
Power: Plenty of power sockets available
Coffee, bites and more: Extensive selection of coffee is matched with a simple food menu of cakes, toast, sandwiches and ice cream. Non-coffee drinks include tea, juice and milk-based beverages.
Noise level: Quiet

Hazel & Hershey Coffee Roasters, Shop 3, 69 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong, 3106 0760, www.hazelnhershey.com

Little Cove Espresso – Kennedy Town

The cafe’s much-anticipated opening in September 2022 saw flocks of students, freelancers, foodies and everyone else! With high ceilings, a warm ambience and plenty of space, it makes for a great cafe with free wifi to work from but given its popularity, is usually busy (you will still find seats, however!). We also recommend the Sai Kung location if you’re on that side of town.

Wifi signal: Good
Power: More concentrated in the corner seats
Coffee, bites and more: Great coffee and non-coffee options as well as all-day breakfast items
Noise level: Busy

Little Cove Espresso, Shop 3, G/F, New Fortune House, 3-5 New Praya, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 6737 6242, www.instagram.com/littlecove.espresso

nood food – Starstreet Precinct, Wan Chai

If you want work to go with healthy nibbles with plenty of vegetarian options available, nood food is scattered across the city at every PURE Fitness and Yoga location. We particularly like the one in Wan Chai as it’s quiet and spacious with great wifi signal.

Wifi signal: Great
Power: Ample power sockets
Coffee, bites and more: Good range of coffee options as well as healthy smoothies, you can also opt for light bites or salads and wraps.
Noise level: Quiet

nood food, 3 Wing Fung Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2298 5310, www.allnood.com

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Cafes With Wifi Hong Kong Whats On: Opendoor Cafe

Opendoor Cafe + Courtyard – Sai Ying Pun

Tucked behind the overpass heading from Eastern Street to Sun Yat Sen Park is the charming Opendoor Cafe. An art gallery, workspace and coffee shop all rolled into one, this unassuming pick has long been a favourite with those in the know. Get there early to nab a spot in the small outdoor courtyard. And if you’re stuck for inspiration, have a browse through the book-sharing shelf towards the back of the cafe.

Wifi signal: Excellent
Power: USB charging ports and power sockets are available at every table
Coffee, bites and more: Tea, coffee and a range of nutritious smoothies. The food menu offers breakfast, salads, sandwiches and burgers, pastas and even cauliflower rice.
Noise level: Opendoor Cafe is never fully occupied because of its off-the-beaten-track location, ensuring it remains nice and quiet all day long.

Opendoor Cafe + Courtyard, 120 Connaught Road West, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, 3460 3880, www.opendoorcafe.hk

R&R Bagels – Central

Come for the bagels, stay for the generous desk space and unlimited wifi. R&R Bagels’ Central location is a fantastic hidden gem of a remote office. While its small size means R&R can get full quickly, the majority of diners move on swiftly after finishing their meal, so it’s always worth hanging around for a space.

Wifi signal: Good
Power: Limited power sockets available
Coffee, bites and more: Bagels for days, and a selection of freshly-baked sweet treats, soups and salads. Drinks include a range of coffees (made from Air Roasted Allpress Espresso), tea by the Brew Tea Co. and fresh juices.
Noise level: Usually pretty quiet

R&R Bagels, 28 Li Yuen Street West, Central, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, 2178 5168www.randrbagels.com

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Cafes With Wifi Hong Kong Whats On: Winstons Coffee

Winston’s Coffee – Kennedy Town

Bustling coffee shop by day and buzzy cocktail bar at night, Winstons Coffee is a bonafide neighbourhood institution. Immediately recognisable thanks to its signature cinema marquee sign, this Instagram favourite has locations in both Sai Ying Pun and Kennedy Town. We recommend its more spacious K-Town outfit for a productive day of work.

Wifi signal: Excellent!
Power: Only a few power sockets
Coffee, bites and more: Coffee/tea (including chai and matcha) and cocktails (if you’re having one of those days!). Take your pick from toasties, bagels and pastries for nibbles.
Noise level: Quite relaxed during the day, but can get busy. Winstons is a popular morning coffee spot for those on their way to work, so we’d make sure to pop in after rush hour.

Winstons Coffee (Kennedy Town), Shop 8, The Hudson, 11 Davis Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, 2697 1878, www.winstonscoffee.com

Best Cafes With Free Wifi In Kowloon

Cafes With Wifi Hong Kong Whats On: Curator Creative Cafe

Curator Creative Café – M+, West Kowloon

The West Kowloon Cultural District is one world on weekends — buzzing with families, friends and pets — but drop by on weekdays when it’s quieter and far more peaceful. Grab a spot at Curator Creative Café and enjoy not just good coffee but also stunning views of Victoria Harbour, honestly, we wouldn’t work from elsewhere!

Wifi signal: Good
Power: Quite sparse, come with a fully charged laptop
Coffee, bites and more: Coffee and non-coffee drinks, pretty cakes, plenty of wraps and more!
Noise level: Rather quiet midday on weekdays

Curator Creative Café, Unit C, B1/F, Museum Plus, 38 Museum Drive, Kowloon, 3791 2123, www.mplus.org.hk/curator-creative-cafe

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Cafes in Hong Kong With Free Wifi Elehpant Grounds K11 MUSEA

Elephant Grounds – K11 MUSEA, Tsim Sha Tsui

A locally-grown micro coffee roaster best known for its independently-roasted brews and delectable range of handcrafted ice creams, Elephant Grounds is a go-to cafe for Hong Kongers. We particularly love the K11 MUSEA location located in the Bohemian Garden, it’s sleek, modern and unlike the other locations. Even the outdoor seating is well-shaded and breezy!

Wifi signal: Good
Power: Few available for indoor seating but not al fresco seating
Coffee, bites and more: Healthy bites, sandwiches, sharing plates, desserts and more. Drinks-wise, expect an impressive variation of coffee drinks, alongside teas by Teakha, alcohol and juice.
Noise level: Usually quiet enough on weekdays.

Elephant Grounds, Shop 705, 7/F, K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3468 2669, elephantgrounds.com

HABITŪ – The One, Tsim Sha Tsui

The airy seating with plenty of floor-to-ceiling windows sets the mood right for a space to get work done, add some quality coffee and you’re set! We also like to take cheeky breaks with a scone or cheesecake! 

Wifi signal: Good
Power: Limited sockets
Coffee, bites and more: Salads, cakes, all-day breakfast and plenty of coffee to boot!
Noise level: Usually quiet enough on weekdays

HABITŪ, Shop L608, 6/F, The ONE, 100 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, www.habitu.com.hk

Cafes in Hong Kong With Free Wifi NOC Whampoa

NOC COFFEE CO. – Whampoa

Coffee meets design at NOC, with the brand’s sleek minimalist aesthetic and rich quality coffee making for a match made in productivity heaven. What we love about the Whampoa branch is its location right by the waterfront. Working away with views of the harbour in the distance? Yes, please! There’s also ample seating space and if you get there nice and early, you can call dibs on the one with the best views!

Wifi signal: Excellent
Power: Power sockets are available but get snapped up quickly
Coffee, bites and more: Coffee and non-coffee items are available, alongside an all-day healthy brunch menu (with vegan options!).
Noise level: Generally quiet but gets very busy during the weekend.

NOC COFFEE CO., Shop G42, G/F, Site 9, Whampoa Garden, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2122 9751, noccoffeeco.com

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Out Of Office – To Kwa Wan

As the name suggests, you’ll be working out of office! Located in the happening streets of To Kwa Wan, Out Of Office is a comforting and cosy space to get work done. It can get packed during the weekend or in the afternoon so we’d suggest going in the morning if you prefer a more quiet environment.

Wifi signal: Good.
Power: Very few, fully charge your laptop before going.
Coffee, bites and more: Great coffee and non-caffeinated options. Pair your cuppa with pastries, salads, toast and bagels.
Noise level: Generally quiet (aside from their playlist in the background) but gets busy during the weekend.

Out Of Office, Shop 1-3, G/F, Maisy Building, 8 Maidstone Lane, To Kwa Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong, instagram.com/ooo.coffee

Page Common – Jordan

Located by the lobby of Page148, Page Common is a lesser-known cafe making it an ideal place for working or studying. Though the seats are a little limited, you should be able to settle down if you come in the morning or early in the afternoon. The space is sleek, comfortable, yet stylish and this is one of the places where the ambience gets you in the work mode!

Wifi signal: Excellent
Power: Mostly by the high seats by the wall.
Coffee, bites and more: Aside from quality coffee, the other show-stopper here is the tiramisu.
Noise level: Generally quiet.

Page Common, 148 Austin Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3844 8899, pagecommonjournal.pagehotels.com

Best Cafes With Free Wifi In New Territories

Accro Coffee – Yuen Long

A cafe that’s well-known for its waffles, be sure to sample them whilst you’re there. On the note of working, we suggest going midday on weekdays for fewer crowds. The seats are rather limited and the close-together tables can get a little noisy at times.

Wifi signal: Good
Power: A few but best to come with a charged laptop
Coffee, bites and more: Coffee, tea, waffles and cakes
Noise level: Generally quiet

Accro Coffee, Shop D, G/F, Kam Shing Building, 162 Yuen Long On Ning Road, Yuen Long, New Territories, Hong Kong, 9430 1433, www.accro.hk

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Cafes With Wifi Hong Kong Whats On: Cafe Alley

Cafe Alley – Sai Kung

This cosy neighbourhood cafe serves some serious coffee (and chicken wings) but the seats are rather limited so go earlier in the day and secure your spot. There’s an all-day breakfast to give you energy throughout the day and you’ll spot plenty of doggos around this area (also energy boosting, we’d say!).

Wifi signal: Good
Power: A few but best to come with a charged laptop
Coffee, bites and more: Go for a cold platter if you’re feeling slightly fancier, or the salads and pasta. All the food and drink items are extremely reasonably priced!
Noise level: Generally quiet

Cafe Alley, G/F, 3 Sai Kung Hoi Pong Street, Sai Kung, New Territories, Hong Kong, 6563 6621, www.facebook.com/Cafe-Alley

Espresso Alchemy – Tsuen Wan

Although it boasts more aesthetic locations, including the one at Harbour City, we’re particularly fond of the Tsuen Wan branch as it’s less crowded and a little more spacious. The floor-to-ceiling glass windows make the space more breathable and looking out at the lush greens every now and then is much needed when typing away!

Wifi signal: Excellent
Power: Mostly by the sofa seats, come charged (productivity and laptop wise!).
Coffee, bites and more: Affordable prices and a variety of all-day food options including panini, toasts, omelettes, pasta, and burgers. Plus, exclusive single-origin coffee.
Noise level: Mostly quiet

Espresso Alchemy, Shop G02, G/F, Nina Mall 1, 8 Yeung Uk Road, Tsuen Wan, The New Territories, Hong Kong, 2703 7188, www.alchemycoffee.net

HOLA – Yuen Long

Comfy and cosy is the name of the game at this cute cafe in Yuen Long. Located just by the Kam Tin River, getting to this cafe may not be a simple task for those living farther away, but if you’re around this neighbourhood, we definitely recommend it!

Wifi signal: Good
Power: Mostly by the sofa seats, but it’s sparse
Coffee, bites and more: Good range of coffee and non-coffee drinks like sodas and hot chocolate, and plenty of snacks and dessert.
Noise level: Mostly quiet

HOLA, G/F, Block 16, Sky City, Kam Tin, Yuen Long, The New Territories, Hong Kong, 5332 2667, www.facebook.com/hola.hk

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Feather & Bone – Mount Pavilia, Clear Water Bay

We don’t necessarily mean working inside Feather & Bone itself, but the co-working space adjacent to it! Grab some pastries and coffee from Feather & Bone and you are sorted.

Wifi signal: Good
Power: Enough sockets
Coffee, bites and more: Pastries and coffee, and if you need to grab your groceries and meat
Noise level: Mostly quiet

Feather & Bone, Shop 1-4, 1/F Retail Block, Mount Pavilia, 663 Clear Water Bay Road, Clear Water Bay, The New Territories, Hong Kong, www.featherandbone.com.hk

Main image courtesy of Getty, image 1 courtesy of Brunch Club, image 2 courtesy of Doubleshot via Facebook, image 3 courtesy of Opendoor Cafe + Courtyard via Facebook, image 4 courtesy of WINSTONS COFFEE via Facebook, image 5 courtesy of Curator Creative Café at M+ via Facebook, image 6 courtesy of Elephant Grounds, image 7 courtesy of NOC Coffee Co., image 8 courtesy of Cafe Alley via Facebook

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