9 ¾ Café
Why: If magic is your thing, then this is one of the quirky restaurants in Hong Kong that should not be missed. Everything here is dedicated to Harry Potter, and the food? It's simply magical.
Where: 4/F, Prosper Commercial Building, 9 Yin Chong Street, Mong Kok
Why: Get ready for a ducking good time in this eatery where rubber ducks take pride of place. There is even a sweet duck face cheesecake to sample.
Where: Shop 2059, Level 2, Yoho Mall, 9 Long Yat Road, Yuen Long
Why: Take a trip straight back to your childhood by paying a visit to this cool themed café. Charlie Brown and all the gang are fully represented in the décor, while there are more than 40 types of coffee to sample and plenty of sweet treats.
Where: G/F-1/F, Fortuna House, 58-60 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Comic Park & Cafe
Why: Lovers of quirky restaurants are sure to be in their element as they check out the cool and colourful style of this comic themed café. In addition to sampling pasta and teppan dishes, visitors will have the chance to purchase merchandise and play in the arcade.
Where: Shop 23, 9/F, Megabox, 38 Wang Chiu Road, Kowloon Bay
Why: Those who feel the need for speed will be able to let off a little steam here, with the indoor go-kart course set right in the heart of the venue earning it a place as one of the quirkiest restaurants in the area.
Where: Unit 205-211A, 2/F, D2 Place Two, 15 Cheung Shun Street, Lai Chi Kok
Enos Space Station
Why: Step into the future with crazy creations like rocket-shaped waffles and ‘space pasta’ served inside a faux space station.
Where: 3 Fuk Lo Tsun Road, Kowloon City
Why: Sample the freshest seafood possible by casting your line in the central fish tank and reeling in dinner.
Where: Unit C, 3/F, Tsun Win Factory Building, 60 Tsun Yip St, Kwun Tong
Hello Kitty Secret Garden
Why: It's pretty well known that people in Hong Kong are crazy about Hello Kitty and this restaurant is a great place to enjoy the trend. The cute cartoon character is everywhere here, even in the shape of the rather good waffles.
Where: 19 Ormsby Street, Tai Hang
Mad For Garlic
Why: A trip to this restaurant is sure to keep the vampires away. Besides the garlic-heavy pizzas, pastas and risotto, there is even garlic-infused ice cream for those who fancy a sweet treat.
Where: Shop 1104, 11/F, Times Square, 1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay