7-Eleven launches first-ever pop-up cafe in Mong Kok


7-Eleven has just opened its first-ever pop-up cafe concept in Mong Kok, sporting a new logo and offering a range of snacks and drinks for people on the go.

On the beverage menu, customers can choose from a range of new items created especially for local palates, including HK-style milk tea smoothie, red bean smoothie, mango and pomelo smoothie, HK style lemon iced tea, ginger flavored milk and other specialty hot teas like rosehip and hibiscus tea. The cafe also features unique original Sumatran coffee beans for their infusions and Oatly herbal oat drink as a milk alternative.

Photo: Courtesy of 7-Eleven HK

For those looking to grab a quick bite, the pop-up will offer various baked goods such as chocolate melted lava cakes, blueberry and chocolate muffins, and croissants. Download the Yuu mobile app to enjoy free shipping on orders over $80.

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