Coronavirus shakes up Hong Kong restaurant scene, with new players opening cafes, veterans chasing lower rents in residential areas

The stamped metal gate blends in with the row of shops selling fabrics and auto accessories along a narrow street in Sham Shui Po, one of the poorest districts in Hong Kong.

But the unmistakable aroma of roasted coffee beans wafting from the entrance of Cofflow, a cafe opened by Gary Tse Kin-seng in late January, sets it apart from its neighbours.

After more than a decade working as a chef in restaurants and hotels, the 35-year-old decided to make his long-time dream of owning a coffee shop…

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