Another nice place to shop and eat in Tsim Sha Tsui is a relatively new mall called K11. It’s not a big mall but there are some interesting shops and restaurants there.
One of my favorite Chinese restaurants that also serve awesome dim sum is Pak Loh Chiu Chow has a branch in K11. You can read my reviews here and here. Another restaurant I like is Miso Cool which serves good ramen.
If you ask anyone in Hong Kong where to find the best macarons one of the answers that will definitely come up is at Paul Lafayet Patisserie Francaise.
Paul Lafayet Patisserie Francaise
All the pastries looked so tempting too.
New in the mall is Smile Yogurt & Dessert Bar.
Smile Yogurt and Dessert Bar
I’ve never seen anything like this in Manila. Frozen yogurt was served as beautiful parfaits. The average price per cup was HK$45 with some variations costing as much as HK$88.
They had an interesting topping, fruit salad in Greek yogurt.
Smile Yogurt & Dessert Bar’s menu
In K11 there are your usual stores like Longchamp, Clarks, Y3 and the usual assortment of jewelry stores and a Jason’s Marketplace supermarket. What’s unique are these two lifestyle stores.
The Taschen Shop
Taschen is a German art publisher and lifestyle store.
They also sold original Dyson electric fans.
K11 DesingStore sold a lot of really unique bags, wallets and umbrellas.
Outside K11 is Espressame Illy where you can have the world famous Illy coffee and dessert.
They also sold collectible espresso cup sets. The one below cost HK$2,200 for the 6 piece set.
Next door is a uniquely named cake store called awfullychocolate.
They sold only whole cakes in three variants plus one flavor of ice cream and some chocolate truffles.
Right across is another lifestyle store called Emoi.
Next to it is the newly opened Agne b cafe.
If you have extra time a visit to K11 Mall is a worthy trip.
K11 Mall18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui