I came here with three of my friends for a Christmas Eve lunch. We made a reservation for 11:30 (right when they open) but it was unnecessary as we were the first people to arrive at the Cafe.
Atmosphere/decor: Honestly, the decoration and atmosphere are the best part of Cafe Eos. When you first walk in, its like you're walking into a garden. There are plants everywhere! It's so beautiful and relaxing. They two seating areas: one "indoor" on wooden benches and one "outdoor" was on the closed in balcony. The entire place was lit up with natural light from the glass walls of the balcony. It's small cafe, but it doesn't feel small with all of the light and living plants. This is the type of cafe to go to if you want to have a leisurely and relaxing time.
Service: One really nice thing was that one of our friends was an hour late, so we didn't order any food for a long time, but the servers were very nice and didn't rush us at all. All the servers there wore floral scarves in their hair and matching floral aprons that perfectly matched the sweet decor!
Food/Drink: I ordered the house blend while we waited. My friends and all orderd lunch sets, which each came with a coffee or tea, an entree, and a dessert for a reduced price. I got the tomato spaghetti with escargot and an iced coffee. One friend got the pumpkin risotto with parma ham and milk tea. The two others got pesto angel hair with beef. For dessert, we ordered the pumpkin almond cake and tiramisu
Tomato Spaghetti with Escargot: I really enjoyed it. There was a quite a bit of escargot, so I felt it was very reasonable with the price. The tomato sauce was a bit too watery, but it still tasted good.
Pumpkin Risotto with Parma Ham: This is very average, but very enjoyable. It was exactly what my friend thought it was going to be. She recommends this dish.
Pesto Angel Hair with Beef: I only tried a bite or two, but according to my friends it was really good. The beef was cut into medallion sized chunks and pretty was pretty tender. The pesto sauce was a bit bland accoridng to them, but pretty standard for Hong Kong so all-in-all enjoyable. They would also recommend this dish.
Pumpkin Almond Cake: This was a good winter-time dessert. Our only objection was that it would have tasted better if there were almond mixed into the cake instead of just on top. Inside the cake there were also poppy seeds and raisins. I don't know if I would order this again, but that's only because there were a lot of desserts to try.
Tiramisu: Two of my friends in the group are major tiramisu fans, so obviously we had to order this. It tasted really great and we all enjoyed it. For the price it was actually pretty big.
Iced Coffee: I'm adding this one because it was SO good. Me and another friend both ordered one. It had the perfect combination of coffee and milk. I absolutely recommend this drink for ice coffee fans.
Final Verdict: We all loved Cafe Eos and we will definitely going back. The price was a little much, but it's fair for the area and definitely worth it for the food and atmosphere. The decorations alone are worth a visit.
They had a whole section Garlic Cheese Bread in the menu that all seemed really good and I'm definitely gonna try next time I visit.
I highly recommend Cafe Eos!
It's little bit hard to find at first as it is kind of tucked away around a corner up a tiny staircase.
I came here with three of my friends for a Christmas Eve lunch. We made a reservation for 11:30 (right when they open) but it was unnecessary as we were the first people to arrive at the Cafe. Atmosphere/decor: Honestly, the decoration and atmosphere are the best part of Cafe Eos. When you first walk in, its like you're walking into a garden. There are plants everywhere! It's so beautiful and relaxing. They two seating areas: one "indoor" on wooden benches...