Exploring Hong Kong ✈️ 🇭🇰

Exploring Hong Kong ✈️ 🇭🇰

Featuring Australia Dairy Company 澳洲牛奶公司, Yat Lok Restaurant 一樂燒鵝, Lan Fong Yuen 蘭芳園, Urban Bakery Works, 灣仔華星冰室, Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel 香港天際萬豪酒店, Hoi On Cafe 海安咖啡室, The Cupping Room (Central), Boat Dweller Steam Hot Pot Specialist 正宗水上人氣鍋專門店
Hiew Sisters ✨
Hiew Sisters ✨

HKD85 | Absolutely love the ambience here! Great place to chill at after a long day or if you are laying over at Hong Kong.

HKD40 | Ordered the All Day Breakfast Set which includes buttered toast with scrambled eggs and milk tea (additional charge). Scrambled eggs were so creamy and fluffy! Definitely worth the hype. Milk tea taste pretty normal, like any other cha chaan teng in Hong Kong.

There wasn’t a queue when I went around evening and I was able to get a seat right away. As opposed to many reviews saying how the staffs were rude, it definitely wasn’t the case for me. In fact, they were pretty friendly - most probably because I was alone.

HKD28 | This. Is. A. Must. Try. There’s always room for dessert!

Milk Pudding was served hot. In every bite, you can taste how smooth and delicious it is. It might look like a normal milk pudding on photos but try again, it’s super good and worth your stomach space!

HKD30 | Had the breakfast set which consists of a butter bread, macaroni and milk tea. You can change the bread to Polo Bun with additional charge of HKD3. Bread was very soft and milk tea taste pretty good too. Macaroni came with slices of ham and greens pea & carrots.

Do check out this quaint cha chaan teng which was open since the 1950s if you’re around the area. Staffs were quite friendly and doesn’t rush you into ordering which was good as most cafes in Hong Kong are very fast-paced.

Take note that breakfast sets are only till 11AM however they do have all day set meals as well.

HKD24 | This was one of the must go cha chaan teng in Hong Kong as recommended on many blog posts and travel guides.

Their milk tea was claimed to be the first store to start out with the “pantyhose” milk tea. And truth to be told, it’s as good as what they said. Milk tea was super smooth with the perfect sweetness. It wasn’t too diluted and perfect for a thirst quencher if you are around the area and just wants to grab a drink and go.

HKD42 | Hands down, this is one of the best matcha croissant that I’ve ever tried. Albeit expensive but it’s going to be worth your penny.

Croissant was super crispy and filled with matcha fillings inside. Every bite makes you feel like you are in matcha heaven. The generous amount of matcha powder dusted on the top of the croissant with almond flakes is just like the icing on the cake!

HKD37 | Morning set consists of a sandwich/ croissant and tea/ coffee at HKD37!

Had a go at their famous Molten Salted Egg York Lava Croissant and was slightly disappointed at how they didn’t heat up the croissant. Nonetheless, crust was still pretty crispy and the salted egg york fillings are creamy! Love how copious they are with the salted egg york fillings as every bite, I could taste it. Would have been better if it was served hot though!

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HKD50 | Just 10 minutes walk from Wan Chai MTR. Toast was coated with butter and crispy on the outside yet soft on the inside. Scrambled eggs was soft and taste super good!

Ambience in the store was chill as I went after rush hours in the morning. Staffs were very friendly and doesn’t rush you into ordering your food.

Milk Tea
HKD22 | Nothing too special to cry over their milk tea! Typical milk tea in Hong Kong!

HKD60 | With One Michelin star behind their back for 3 consecutive years, it’s no wonder why the store are filled with people no matter what time you visit. Upon ordering, noodles were served in a flash!

Noodles were served hot and it wasn’t soggy at all. Soup was flavourful and portion is pretty big for a lady! Roasted Pork and Goose was super soft and the skin is very crispy. Do try to eat the meat once served to prevent the skin from getting soaked by the soup!

Definitely recommended to try if you’re looking for roasted goose restaurant!

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HKD248 (Medium) | At the base of the steam pot is a pot of porridge steamed with the essence of the ingredients. Must try! 👍🏻

HKD188/pcs | Steamed for exactly 6 mins. Extremely fresh and the texture of the prawn is unlike any prawn I’ve eaten!

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