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The best part about cart Noodles in HK is that almost every random branch tastes quite good.
They had all the innards I enjoy - blood, large intestines, tripe, red intestines.

It was pretty average in my opinion.
The waiter for our order wrong - we ordered the luncheon meat sandwich but I guess he has assumed we wanted the pork cutlet one since it’s their signature dish.

The milk tea here has been pretty overhyped and it tastes quite meh and I don’t recommend queuing for this. Do patronize if there isn’t a long queue.

I know I’m being dramatic when I say this but this is the love of my life.

When I’m back in Singapore, I crave this so much. This was the whole reason for my trip to Hong Kong this year.

It was so smooth and so milky. For a person like me who loves the taste of dairy and milk, this is a godsend. Overhyped? I think not. It is definitely an acquired taste though.

Not exactly the ‘bingsu’ style but more ‘ice kachang’, which is right up my alley. The red bean was an add on that helped to sweeten the dessert, albeit already being very sweet.

Highly recommend if anyone is around the area.

Nothing can satiate my cravings for cheesecake other than the Cheesecake Factory.

Both cakes hit the spot. Indulgent and sinful BUT WHO CAN SAY NO TO THEM??

It’s more eggy than the ones you get from Yeeshun Milk Co but still good nonetheless!

Honestly, nothing special.
I rather stick to Liho or Gongcha for Earl Grey Milk Tea.

If you’re going to try milksha our I recommend going for their more signature drinks instead of picking out the more common ones.

You know it’s authentic when the whole place is filled with locals after a long day of work.

When we sat down the lady opposite us told us to order the sesame paste and walnut paste. Apparently she has been eating here since she was a child.

Definitely on the pricier side but it was scrumptious and VERY worth the calories.

This was a nice balance of milk and matcha. Unlike some other cafes that have a overwhelming milk taste, this was earthy but pleasant.

Creamy and smooth but doesn’t overwhelm the coffee taste. Highly recommend!

Quite an instagrammable place considering the plating and designs of the food.

The congee was smooth but a little on the watery side after sitting out for awhile. The pigeon was rather tough but that can be said for most pigeon meat.

Ordered the large intestines, red sausage intestines, chicken franks and mixed vegetable.

You get to pick at the counter and pay prior to then allocating a seat to you.

The intestines were pretty average (similar to that of most hongkong cart noodle places) and the broth tasted pretty average. The only special factor of this place that stood out the most was its condiments. They have special pickled vegetables and their chilli sauce was exceptionally tasty.