The food and drink menu lacked spirit as well. It looked like items were copied and pasted from some other restaurants.
I did not go with any expections of delicious food from the kitchen of a cafe and they proved it correct. That's fine. Probably the ambience is what this cafe aims to offer.
I did go with some hopes of good bread - since i read about a huge bakery and the shop was named Bakery Cafe. but i see none of the authencity of a bakery. it is a designer's bakery, not a chef's bakery. The selection of baked goods evolved mostly around puff pastry (ie. croissant, chocolate croissant, blueberry danish, apricot danish, coffee danish and more variations of jams on danish). Artisan bread selection was few; the only few loaves looked nice but was rather dry and hollow. There was a fair selection of cakes, unsurpising, since this cafe belongs to Maxim's, and so I did not bother to try as the taste is fairly predictable.
Spending per head: Approximately HKD90
Value for Money3
Keep it up!