With Hong Kong being a fashion capital, this coffee bar fits right in. There’s a heavy emphasis on design in Interval Coffee bar. Located on Wellington St of Hong Kong’s Central, it’s a pretty busy coffee shop by day, switching into a bar by night. The entire space is clad with what appears to be a hand-hammered copper aesthetic that wraps all of their walls, together with beautiful marble tables and comfortable chairs. it’s a great spot to do people watching because it overlooks one of the busiest streets in Hong Kong through their wide glass windows. The coffee is prepared using a Mavam Espresso Machine, an under-the-counter system that allows the customer to see what the barista is doing and makes for a working area there free from machine equipment clutter – it also becomes an opportunity to have a customer-centric service because it eliminates the physical boundary of a huge machine that usually covers the barista when preparing coffee.