Mana! Cafe - Sheung Wan

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 10 reviews )

8 Tai On Terrace, Sheung Wan (at Pound Lane), Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, China

Its' 3rd outlet, opened summer 2015. This eco-friendly cafe offers all-day breakfast and brunch. Seats up to 70, has Wi-Fi. Open Mon-Fri 8:00am-6:00pm, Sat-Sun 8:00am-8:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Organic, Raw, Western, Fast food, Juice bar, Take-out

10 Reviews

First Review by Stevie


I’m new to HK and have been travelling round the city finding various vegan places to eat and this is my favourite place by FAR! I’ve spent all day here on my laptop doing work - had a late brekkie and late lunch. Great atmosphere, delicious food. Slightly pricey maybe but totally worth it. I’m definitely going to be a regular :)

Pros: varied and tasty food and drink, laptop friendly - sockets , fantastic location and atmosphere - outdoor seatin

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Pretty top notch - Edit

Went here with my partner. Tried the Babylon burger combo with purple yam chips and garlicnaise, and maybe salad, and the Lao Tze open flat bread. Both mains were good the burger although soft was delicious! The garlicnaise was the hero of the meal. Not a fan of Kale but made me feel better about the rest. Their ethos is great, but the ambience lacking. Would eat here again.

Pros: The Babylon burger and garlicnaise, and their etho

Cons: Vibe was a little off for whatever reason, the sta

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Best vegan coffee of my life! - Edit

We visited here 3 times during our stay in Hong Kong, just for the coffee alone. The speciality coffees with cacao butter in were to die for! They were out of this world. Had amazing food too. We were sad when we left Hong Kong that we wouldn't have their coffee anymore!!

Pros: Vegan coffee, Everything was recyclable

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coffee and juice - Edit

Very nice place with several vegan and gluten free options. Nice coffee and fresh pressed juices too!

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Love it! - Edit

Love this place because of the chilled out atmosphere and borderline hipster vibe, a great place to bring your book, laptop or dog!

Food wise, i love their open flats (the one with roasted chickpeas and cauliflower is my fave, but my husband prefers the Lao Tzu one more as he found the chickpeas a bit too hard (for me it was fine- al dente). Their babylon burger is great and so are their shakes.

For 2 shakes and 2 mains, we spent around HK$385. (a bit on the pricey side).

Pros: Atmosphere, Staff, Food

Cons: Location- a bit hard to reach by public transport, Expensive

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disappointed - Edit

Not sure what all the fuss is about
Small place, unfriendly, expensive
Hard to order, so prescriptive
Very much not a family restaurant

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modern cafe - Edit

European style
Real vegan place
There aren't too much of choosing dishes,and most of all are cold.

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Not cheap, but really good - Edit

I came here for breakfast. The place was very cozy and relaxed, which seems hard to find in HK. Prices looked a bit steep for the small portions, but after a delicious acai bowl and excellent teeccino latte with almond milk I was full and in vegan bliss.

Pros: Lots of rare vegan goodies, calm atmosphere

Cons: Somewhat pricey, hard to reach if you're not a fan

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great location, good food - Edit

You'll have to do a do a bit of exercise to reach the place (unless you come from Caine/Bonham rd). But you won't regret it as this is one of the best located restaurant in "Central HK". Quiet, green, with very nice style. You definitely find yourself comfortable here, much more than in the corridor/dark central Mana! outlet.

I also appreciate the fact that each Mana! has its own menu. Sheung Wan is about open flats whereas Central's flats are more like burritos.

I've tried the Einstein open flat. Taste was ok though I found it a bit dry and not as tasty as what they offer in Central. But I shall come again and try the Tesla one recommended by Steve. The sweet flats also seem to be really good.

Price is slightly more expensive compared to central (HKD100 for a flat) which I do not really understand why.

Overall this is a great place where you can come at anytime of the day be it for breakfast, lunch, tea, coffee or diner. Hurry up as it is still confidential but may get crowded soon.

Pros: location, staff, style

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Mana! Cafe - Sheung Wan - Edit

I spun along here today (1st day open) for lunch with a friend. Both of us gave this an emphatic thumbs up.

We each ordered a vegan flat bread that came slices in quarters so we could share 1/2 each. There's a choice of different breads so with the different toppings this meant we had a Tesla on buckwheat bread and also a Madonna on spelt bread. Both were excellent. My friend seemed to prefer the Tesla, I have no preference of the 2. The spelt bread is slightly more substantial if that is what you are looking for.

I also tried a couple the ice creams. One was caramel and macadamia the other was chocolate. Both were great, I prefer the choc, my friend preferred the caramel.

We also tried a drink of a caffeine free coffee substitute that I'd never tried before named teeccino. I had this like a soya latte and again was 1st class.

Being Mana, water is of course free. The eco policies (recyclability of the packaging), food waste recycling for compost are unsurpassed.

Of the 3 Mana!s this is my favourite. There's some space to sit inside if that's what you like and also plenty spaces to sit outside. There's an abundance of power points for chargers.

Pros: Vegan friendly, Great food, Great eco policies

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