Urban Bakery Works Cafe At Landmark Atrium, Central, Hong Kong

Urban Bakery is an inspiration of London Borough’s Market. It offers a range of bakery items and hot food items as well.

One of the feature within the cafe is the wall created by Portugal graffiti artist, VHILS.

The Ball Law Cowssant was very well received and highly recommended pastry item. I would call it as a western version of the Bolo Bun. It is basically a croissant with some crispy cake like on the top of the croissant. It tasted extra yummy with a big slab of butter. In Singaporean’s term, “Shiok”. Me too would highly recommend this item to all and an important point to note, must have it with butter. And to the health conscious, this is definitely not suitable for you.

Ball Law Cowssant
Ball Law Cowssant

I tried their muffine, a Raspberry Jam Muffin. The texture was great and it has a good amount of butter fragrance but I find it too sweet.

Raspberry Jam Muffin
Raspberry Jam Muffin

My breakfast include a Cappuccino as well. It has a medium to full body with a low acidity and nutty hint. The coffee quality was pretty good.

I enjoyed my breakfast at Urban Bakery Work. The cafe is comfy with good food, a great way to start a work day, especially on a Monday. Chasing away the blue with good food.

Urban Bakery Works
Room 322, 3/F, The Landmark Atrium, 12-16 Des Voeux Road Central, Central
中環德輔道中12-16號置地廣場3樓322號舖
Tel: +852 3565 4320

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 0730 to 2030; Saturday – Sunday 0830 to 2000

Getting There

By MTR: Central (Exit G)

Rating: 8/10

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NAHMJ

A gal who loves to travel and enjoy great food, who also love to take photos of the food and to share her finds

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