Definitely my favorite. It's a two story mall packed with small boutiques, most of the stuff is imported from Japan or Korea. Prices are quite reasonable, especially the shoes, and if you're looking for something popular right now (like lace), there's a million choices to choose from. They have a website, but the products on there don't look a lot like what they actually carry, oddly enough.
Second favorite. It's a lot like Laforet except larger, and the clothing they carry is edgier. They also have some more expensive shops. Beware of the confusing floor plan
You can everything from feathered headbands to suitcases here. It's several stories high and also has a confusing floorplan, but has a great selection of unique-well, everything-that makes up for it. If anything, check out the jewelry.
After you go up to the 2nd floor you'll discover half of this mall consists of normal, small boutiques...and the other half is full of cramped stalls and shops where you can buy things for dirt cheap. I got the lace skirt from this post from one of those stalls.
Pacific Grill: 4 Staunton Street, SoHo, Central
Honeymoon Dessert: various locations
I normally am not a fan of Chinese desserts, but I love the ones here. Their desserts are also quite unique. The ones with fruit are the best...and if you don't feel like dessert, they have delicious iced fruit drinks (especially the Mango Iced). You can check it out here.
If you comes across one, you should also try some of the food stalls around Hong Kong. They're clean, no worries. I see them mostly around Tsim Tsa Tsui or in Causeway Bay by Times Square...they serve a variety of things such as curry fish balls and squid, waffles, and these egg-like pastry things.