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Monday, April 25, 2011

Honeymoon Dessert, 香港滿記甜品

At Hong Kong, the desserts are definitely be listed in my food-craving list. Honeymoon, one of the famous dessert shop at Hong Kong. I will share with you guys about the desserts from Hong Kong branch which is located at Langham Place, Mongkok; and the Singapore branch at Bugis Junction.



The Hong Kong outlet at Langham Place.




Too bad I didn't take any photo of Bugis outlet except the desserts there.



For durian-lovers, I strongly recommend this cold dessert, Durian Pancake, with the durian paste and cream in the "pillow". It is so nice until i was unable to take the picture on the paste before it slipped into my stomach. Haha..


Mango Pudding. Its specialty is that the "real" mango cubes can be found in the pudding instead of Nata de coco used by most of the other puddings.


There are too many desserts... I can't introduce them one-by-one. Better you guys find it out yourselves. lol..


Sesame paste & walnut paste.


Grass jelly in redbean soup with ice cream.


Mango in vanilla sauce with Thai black glutinous rice.


Mango pomelo sago.



Mixed fruits sago.

Finally... WOW, totally dark, can't even recognise it. Haha.. It is actually Sesame soup with redbean soup, with addition of dumpling. Don't judge it by its look, it is nice actually..



Since my visiting on various dessert shops, Honey Moon has got the most choices, many "creations" but those traditional desserts are retained. And the nice ambience makes me go for it again.

Monday, January 17, 2011

Tim Hou Wan Dim Sum Restaurant @ Mong Kok


For those who come to Hong Kong, don't miss this restaurant, Tim Hou Wan! This restaurant is owned by a former dim sum chef of Four Season Hotel, and is known as the cheapest Michelin star restaurant of the world!

To avoid the long queue, we arrived the restaurant in the early morning. But once we reached there, we was surprised by the crowd in front of the restaurant. After taking number, we place order by filling a form while waiting outside.





The restaurant is so small that we have to sit side by side with other people.

Anyway, space is not a big deal. The focus is on the dim sum!

Baked Char Siew Bun. The Char Siew bun are always steamed in our country, but at here, their signature bun is baked yet different from taste of bread.


Siew Mai.


Har gao.


Stewed chicken feet.



Glutinous rice in lotus leaf.


Steamed Noodle Rolls with Shrimps. Served with soy sauce.


Fried Shrimp Roll.


Osmanthus Cake. The cake is jelly-like and there are wolfberries in the cake.

Although the restaurant is very ordinary and small, but the food is superb! And due to size of the table and freshly preparation of dim sum, the dishes were served one-by-one. Luckily, we didn't order too many dishes so that we were able to finish all of them. The price is also reasonable and affordable! Really worth to go for it again! Anyway, Hong Kong Dim Sum can easily make people full. LOL...