,Hong Kong

Pacific Coffee opens new store at San Po Kong

The new outlet wants to cater to working professionals.

Hong Kong coffee chain Pacific Coffee has opened its newest outlet in San Po Kong, the chain has announced via their official Facebook page.

Located at 33 Tseuk Luk Street, the coffeehouse boasts an interior with various shades of brown colours, positioning itself as an “ideal place to hang out with colleagues or with friends after work.”

Customers who visit the San Po Kong outlet within the month from opening can avail a Buy-One-Get-One-Free on any tall size or above handcrafted beverages on their “Espresso Bar” and “Favorites” menu.

Photo credit: Pacific Coffee Facebook

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