This cafe is at the end of a corridor. The front of the corridor is not 4 ft wide and even when you are looking for it in busy Causeway Bay pretty much adjacent to Times Square. Once you find this narrow gap along the super busy street filled with pedestrians, you enter the cafe by walking into this corridor for about 40ft, hence the name. There you find the really front door to Cafe Corridor. It’s a small cafe divided into 2 parts with an indoor portion and another seating area that is outside of this cafe. I did not see any sunlight there so it’s more like an adjunct room.
Their espresso is a blend of 3 beans from Ethiopia, Columbia, and Guatemala. Thought the combo interesting. The drink was thus a bit more South American and the hints of fruitiness and sweetness of a Ethiopian bean masked. Joyce the barista who pulled my shot informed me of this. I could not find this information regarding the beans on their bag for it only states that it’s a blend of all Arabica beans.
Joyce did a good job on pulling the shot and was very cognizant of my keen interest in coffee. The have a well used Slayer with spouted port-filters.
Causeway Bay is just one of the most crowded places on earth. Cafe Corridor is a good place to just escape the craziness and have some decent coffee