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First-time visitors often stumble across Mr Cardigan when cycling along the Tai Mei Tuk trail. They call themselves a plant house with good reason: the entrance is chock-full of vegetation and cacti — succulent lovers will be unable to resist taking pictures. The coffee shop is housed in the shell of a converted container and a recently-added roof extension allows for a patio area with seating, creating the perfect place to while away a nice afternoon. Mr Cardigan also hosts classes on organic farming for those looking to live a greener life. Do note the place only operates on weekends.