[Eat] Hong Kong – G.O.D x Starbucks (Update:2017)

This G.O.D x Starbucks Café has been around, since 2009. The world’s first Starbucks Café that incorporated a “Bing Sutt” Corner is always crowded with tourists and locals to check out this interesting collaboration since it operates. And subsequently, a collaboration on Hong Kong Movie theme at Sai Yee Street was opened a few years later.

G.O.D x Starbucks Bing Sutt

The unique Starbucks café that collaborates with the famous lifestyle brand G.O.D (Goods of Desire), to which exclusively designed and decorated a “Bing Sutt” corner to bring us back to the typical Hong Kong style tea restaurant in the 1960s.

The menu in the cafe is specially designed to suit the Hong Kong “Bing Sutt”  vibe with coffee-flavored Hong Kong treats such as the pineapple bun or egg tart.


Shop M2, Mezzanine Floor, Baskerville House, 13 Duddell Street, Central

Operating Hours:




Beverages menu

Hong Kong Style dessert menu:


What did we order?

Red bean clay pot pudding

Rustic Bun with Thick Cut Butter:

G.O.D x Starbucks Sai Yee Street

The second collaboration that Starbucks Café works on again with G.O.D (Good of Desire) and artist Stanley Wong (a.k.a Anothermountainman), to bring us to the unique side of Hong Kong where it let the visitor relate to the local residents, arts, and culture, after the first successful “Bing Sutt” Concept café.

Situated at Mong Kong Sai Yee Street, where it represents Hong Kongers local lifestyle and culture, where most of the blockbuster local or international movie was used and featured in. This has definitely reflected part of the Hong Kong Culture.


1/F & 2/F, Wai Kee House, 91 Sai Yee Street, Mongkok

Operating Hours:

Sun – Thur
08:00 – 24:00
Fri – Sat
08:00 – 25:00




Stairs up to the first floor

Before heading into the café, this beautiful piece of art made of mahjong tiles which written “Good movie at upstairs” will catch your eyes.


As the food menu and drinks are the same as Starbucks “Bing Sutt”, do scroll back up to check on it.


The Sai Yee Street Starbucks is crowded with students after school studying, chatting enjoying a cup of coffee, as for Duddell Street Starbucks, is mostly seen with tourist and working adults discussing business or having a small meeting. Even though the foods and drinks served at both outlets are the same but each individual concept store is unique. Personally, I like the design of Sai Yee Street more but not the crowdedness.

For the food that is served in the café, I will recommend ordering the Po Lo Bun or in Starbucks is known as Rustic Bun with Thick Cut Butter, the bun was coffee flavored, which makes it quite unique and special from the normal Po Lo Bun that can be brought outside.

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