Pastries will always be a significant part of Hong Kong's street food culture. In Fa Yuen Street, Kee Tsui Cake Shop has become a local favorite for its tasty rice cakes, egg tarts, and red bean cakes. The shop's sweet offerings are always served fresh guaranteed to impress you with every bite.
As the original Honeymoon Dessert shop, the Sai Kung branch has developed into a bilingual haven to satiate your sweet tooth. The service and the interior design are very traditionally local (despite having an English menu), but the food is diverse. The signature yellow bowls of the old days are moving towards trendy glass jars filled with quirky flavours, such as the Durian pancake, New Guinea sago and Hong Kong favourites like grass jelly. It may be wallet-friendly, but it sure isn't diet-friendly!
A day in Hong Kong is never complete without the well-loved egg tart. Tai Cheong Bakery is where the most flavorful egg tarts are found. The bakehouse's recipe is famous for its thick, creamy egg custard with just the right amount of sweetness. Visit their branches early to enjoy the tarts fresh from the oven!
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