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Andre Cheung

A real must-try in Bangkok is surely After You Dessert Cafe. They have several branches from Thong Lor, Siam Paragon and Central Plaza, with a great selection of breakfast food and delicious treats such as signature honey toast, crepe cake, coffee and teas, frappes and teas.

I highly recommend trying their kakigori, Japanese shaved ice which comes in different flavors including Milo, Horlicks, Strawberry and the latest creation Mango Sticky Rice. The shaved ice is drizzled with a slightly salted coconut cream, a mango ice base, more sweet mango cubes and real sticky rice at the bottom. The combination is too pretty to be eaten. It is so worth trying and delicious!

Make sure you drop by this cafe chain when visiting Bangkok.

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After You

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After You Dessert Cafe

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Mango Sticky Rice Kakigori

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Mango Shaved Ice, Glutinous Rice, Mango, Coconut Cream, Mango Sauce

After You Dessert Cafe
Address: G/F, Siam Square One, Bangkok, Thailand
Telephone: +6 02 115 1949
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 12:00-00:00
Website: http://www.afteryoudessertcafe.com / https://www.facebook.com/afteryoufanpage

 

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Andre Cheung

When I first realized that Tartes & Pop is actually set at Sheung Wan, I find it very convenient to locate and I can easily drop by after school for some sweet treats.

The concept of this French pastry shop has been very successful, where is owned by two French friends who make some of the best fine gourmet pastries in Hong Kong. Indeed, the flavors come in a delicious variety such as lemon, chocolate raspberry, orange with earl grey, plus some signatures including coffee creme brulee, sesame matcha and a monthly special peanut banana. I know right!

First, it is the coffee creme brulee. It is his favourite. The filling is a cream infused with brewed coffee, a just-set custard, very rich and creamy. Finish with a perfect layer of caramelized sugar for a bruleed top.

The sesame matcha has always been one of the most popular items at the shop because it is made with high quality matcha powder that gives a rich tea flavor and bitter aftertaste, a crunchy chocolate crust and a delightful sesame mousse in the middle.

My favourite is surely the vanilla strawberry. This tarte combines an excellent buttery biscuit crust, vanilla custard cream with visible amount of vanilla beans, strawberry jelly and the amazingly fresh strawberry compote that has been mixed with juices of lemon and lime.

I love them all and I am definitely recommending you to try these scrumptious and beautiful little pies!

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Tartes & Pop

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French Tartes

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Dessert Corner

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Takeaway Box

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Tartes & Pop

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Coffee Creme Brulee Tarte, Sesame Matcha Tarte, Vanilla Strawberry Tarte

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Coffee Creme Brulee
法式咖啡忌廉布丁撻

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Coffee Creme Brulee
法式咖啡忌廉布丁撻

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Vanilla Strawberry
士多啤梨忌廉撻

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Vanilla Strawberry
士多啤梨忌廉撻

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Sesame Matcha
黑芝麻抹茶撻

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Sesame Matcha
黑芝麻抹茶撻

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The Tartes

Tartes & Pop
Address: G/F, 2 Morrison Street, Sheung Wan
Telephone: 6597 6667
Opening Hours: Sun-Mon 11:30-20:30
Website: http://www.tartes-pop.com / https://www.facebook.com/tartes.pop


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Andre Cheung

Korean Fried Chicken has been conquering a big part of Hong Kong-Korean cuisine since the popularization of a K-drama. The variety goes on from chili spiced, sweet and sour glazed and double cheese chicken, it is now reaching far down to a healthy baked one at Sodam Chicken.

With more than 70 branches in Korea, Sodam Chicken is set to locate its Hong Kong debut in the heart of Causeway Bay Bartlock Commercial Building.

It is a casual diner that serves up a range of deep fried or baked chicken, some Korean dishes such as rice cake and cold noodles, along with the perfect pairing of Korean soju and beer.

We love the baked chicken that is cooked just right with tendered and juicy meat, served in a basket alongside a delicious eggy mayonnaise dip.

The fried chicken is also a highlight which is crunchy, packed with full flavor of a pungent and sweet honey mustard glaze, absolutely scrumptious.

The carbonara rice cake is somehow disappointing despite it is quite rich and chewy, we wish for a thicker consistency on the sauce.

A great accompany to our fried chicken meal would be some drink specials including the upside-down apple cider rita and chrysanthemum tea soda.

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Seoul Baked Chicken
首爾風味焗雞

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House Special Mayonnaise
蛋黃醬

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Honey Mustard Fried Chicken with Green Onion
蜜糖芥末香蔥炸雞

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Cheese Carbonara Toppoki
芝士白汁年糕

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Apple Cider Rita
蘋果汽酒

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Kiss Me Honey
菊花蜜特飲

Sodam Chicken
Address: 7/F, Bartlock Centre, 3-9 Yiu Wa Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Telephone: 2728 0200
Opening Hours: Sun-Thur 12:00-23:30 ; Fri-Sat 12:00-00:00
Website: http://sodamchicken.co.kr / https://www.facebook.com/sodamchickenhk


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Andre Cheung

Thanks for the lovely sunny weather! We have had a wonderful time spending at the one-of-a-kind street food market in Hong Kong today, Tong Chong Street Market.

The Sunday market is co-founded with Swire Properties, where putting together all these fabulous local producers who sell organic and sustainable products such as artisanal bread, fresh fruits, vegetables, homegrown roselle buds and much more!

The other half of the market is curated by selection of food entrepreneurs, all of which are playing a gastronomic scene in this dynamic food culture. Popit with their renowned lobster roll, Teakha with their homemade scones and head-steeped tea drinks, Noodle and Dog with the full range of hotdog varieties and jRink for the lovely tea mocktails!

The Poseidon is exclusive to #tcsmarket, a shrimp cake sandwiched in buttery brioche bun and topped with luscious crabmeat sauce and fresh sea urchin. Delicious!

The edible dirty shot is a special offer from jRink, a chocolate cookie cup with refillable matcha milk on the side; the thai tea soda served in a whole pineapple sured to bring the best refreshment too.

We also complete with a healthy acai bowl, a blended smoothie base with an ice cream consistency, topped with homemade granola, fresh berries and banana slices.

Make sure to check it out for the upcoming Sundays before it ends!

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#TCSMarket

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Popit

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Teakha

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Noodle and Dog

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Poseidon
Shrimp cake with crabmeat sauce and top with fresh uni

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jRink

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Matcha Shot

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Thai Tea Soda Special

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Thai Tea Soda in Whole Pineapple

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Dirty Cookie Shot + Refill

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The Bowl HK

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Acai Bowl
Strawberries, blueberries, homemade granola, bananas, chia seeds, coconut flake

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jRink’s Thai Tea Soda, Matcha Shot, The Bowl HK’s Acai Bowl, Noodle and Dog’s  Half-boiled Egg Soaked in Fairy Fruit Soya Sauce

Tong Chong Street Market 糖廠街市集
Address: Tong Chong Street, Taikoo Place, Hong Kong
Opening Hours: Sun 11:00-17:00
Website: http://www.tongchongstreetmarket.com / https://www.facebook.com/tongchongstreetmarket


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Andre Cheung

“…do you continue the pursuit of your passion or do it just as a hobby,” said Janice Wong, the two-time winner of the Asia’s best pastry chef (Addams, 2015). I am instantly hooked to this sentence when this question has been drilling in my mind for years: Should I chase after my pastry skills and pursue a certificate at Le Cordon Bleu after I graduate?

But first, we should be excited about the soft opening of Cobo House by the Singaporean famous 2am Dessert Bar, where is at Sai Ying Pun set next to a new coffee shop. Which one? Check my next blog post!

Trained by world famous chefs including Thomas Kellar and Pierre Herme, Janice has derived a list of creative desserts putting in her training and artistic presentation, whilst additionally features the savouries dishes with fresh-grown herbs and foreignly in-sourced ingredients.

Introduced with a Thai House mocktail, I know it has been correctly ordered as I really like the highlights of the basil oil drips and spicy ginger juice.

We are impressed with the classy presentation of both foie gras mousse coated with thick layers of chocolate ganache as well as the tapioca cracker that comes with a texture-wise anchovies foam; and the fluffy charcoal mantou is much-loved for its tasty and tenderly slow cooked pulled pork filling.

As soon as we have sampled a list of desserts from the signature Tsujiri matcha tart and Chocolate H2O inspired by dead coral at San Sabasntian coast, I conclude two of my favourites to be Cassis Plum, illustrated with elderflower yogurt foam and yuzu pearls; Popcorn, with passionfruit sorbet and slightly bitter yuzu parfait. A note to remember is the malt ice cream that is served atop the Bailey’s cheesecake.

Their official opening is in mid of March, so let’s just anticipate this artisan dessert bar where pushes the boundaries between sweet and savoury.

Thai House
Thai basil oil, cucumber syrup, ginger juice, pineapple juice, soda

Chocolate Bomb
Chocolate ball, golden Bourbon whiskey, orange peel

Foie Popsicles

Port Wine Foie, Smoked Amaretto, Chocolate Giacage, Lime Zest

Tapioca Crackers

Tapicoa Cracker, Ebi, Nori, Japanese Sesame Served with Warm Anchovies Foam

Faux Bone Marrow
Wagyu beef, soy jelly, radish

Charcoal Plum Mantou
Charcoal plum mantou, slow cooked spiced pork, wasabi mayo, onions, greens from COBO HOUSE garden

Tsujirihei Green Tea Tart
Kyoto green tea, jasmine rice sherbet

Cheese Cake
Bailey’s, passionfruit blanket, malt ice cream

Cassis Plum
Blackcurrant bombe, elderflower yoghurt foam, choya granita, yuzu pearls

Chocolate H2O
65% dark chocolate, Evian, salted caramel, Kochi yuzu sorbet

Purple
Purple potato puree, blackberry parfait, leather, lavender marshmallows

Popcorn

Yuzu Parfait, Passionfruit Sorbet

Sweet & Salted Popcorn

COBO HOUSE by 2am: dessertbar
Address: G/F & 1/F, 8-12 South Lane, Sai Wan, Hong Kong
Telephone: 2656 3088
Opening Hours: 17:00-00:00
Website: http://www.cobohouse.com / https://www.facebook.com/COBOHOUSEHK


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Andre Cheung

I’m sure everything knows there’s a Line Cafe in Seoul, Korea. Situated within Sinsa-dong at Gangnam area, this 3-storey shop is more than just the Line mobile app. It has items such as stationery, pillows, soft toys, where also includes a basement cafe. that wins most of Line’s fans. It features French macarons, lattes, smoothies and ice cream with Line’s characters.

We got a Brown and Cony ice cream in cups, both come with a mini cookie on top. The soft ice cream is not only cute for the look, it tastes surprisingly smooth and milky.

I’m hoping to come back again and try out their cake rolls and cream latte!!!

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Line Friends Cafe & Store

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Brown

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Line Cafe

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Line Cafe

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Brown White Cream Roll Cake, Cony Green Tea Roll Cake

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Brown Chocolate Cookie

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Ice Cream Cup & Cone

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Brown Chocolate Ice Cream Cup, Cony Strawberry Ice Cream Cup

Line Friends Cafe & Store
Address: 535-15, Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Telephone: +02 70 7728 3244
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 10:30-21:30
Website: https://www.linefriends.com / https://www.facebook.com/linefriends


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Andre Cheung

I have to say – mango is definitely one of the must-eat in Bangkok. They are found everywhere when you stroll down the city, but one place to note is Mango Tango, the most popular places for mango dessert in Bangkok Thailand.

They have 3 outlets at the moment, two in Bangkok and one in Chiang Mai. The Siam shop is always my go-to location because it can be easily located by just a 3-minutes walk from BTS Siam Station, across Siam Paragon.

Here you can find a wide range of combinations such as mango ice cream, pudding, sundae, smoothies and the very much well-known mango sticky rice.

We order a greedy choice with almost everything, the signature Mango Tango with extra sticky rice. True to its name, it has a generous slice of sweet and juicy mango, while the mango pudding is fairly okay with a full mouth of mango flavor; mango ice cream has a sorbet texture. The sticky rice also has the right texture, but I wish for more coconut cream.

Another one is a bowl of herbal jelly with mango sauce, milk sago and assorted fruits; tastes as simple as it look.

After all, the desserts is not overwhelmingly impressive but still enjoyable on the hot day.

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Mango Tango

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Mango Tango Cafe

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Mr Mango Tango

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Mango Tango with Extra Sticky Rice

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Mango Pudding, Fresh Mango, Mango Ice Cream, Sticky Rice

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Mango Cha Cha Cha
Grass jelly, tapioca, mango sauce, diced mango, mixed fruits

Mango Tango
Address: 1 Pathum Wan,Siam Square Soi 3, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Telephone: 081-6195504
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 11:30-22:00
Website: http://www.mymangotango.com / https://www.facebook.com/MangoTangoThailand


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Andre Cheung

平時好少黎旺角既我,今日終於為咗我最鍾意食既小籠包慕名而來啦!黎到廣華街,真係大開眼界。呢到365日都好多嘢食,有最出名既肥姐小食店,媽咪雞蛋仔,仲有啲台灣珍珠奶茶呀,彩虹雪糕呀,麻辣牛雜呀等等,唔怪得之啲人咁鍾意黎呢到掃街啦!

今次黎到尚香,座落於廣華街既街頭,人流比較少。店名寫著 “舌尖上的中國”,似乎幾有睇頭。 店舖細細咁,但就提供四款指定點心。難得黎到不得不試佢地 signature 既巨型湯包。
蟹皇湯包用個筲箕器皿裝住,手掌size,好大個,好可愛。我好欣賞佢超多湯喔!我用飲管飲咗一啖,ummm… 覺得有少少腥,所以建議加啲醋食。個外皮幾薄,用竹籤戳穿會見到蛋黃色既蟹黃,一絲絲既蟹肉,但比例上就細啲。

哇!好熱呀!影完未呀?兩款小籠包都用紙兜裝住,所以佢話好熱… 嘿嘿。
蟹黃小籠包頭頂上面有橙色既蟹膏,好容易分辨到佢地同鮮肉小籠包既分別。兩款小籠包個摺口位好厚,但我鍾意,哈哈!
每隻小籠包都有湯,嫩嫩的,味道上就差不多,但心裡上總覺得前者好食啲。

佢仲有糯米燒賣架。但我地唔食糯米,所以就無試到嚕 :)

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Shangxiang
尚香

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Xiao Long Bao Menu
小籠包

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Crab Soup Packets
蟹皇湯包

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Crab Soup Packets
蟹皇湯包

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Crab Soup Packets
蟹皇湯包

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Crab Soup Packets
蟹皇湯包

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Crab Soup Packets
蟹皇湯包

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Crab Roe Dumplings
蟹黃小籠包

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Pork Dumplings
鮮肉小籠包

Shangxiang Hong Kong 尚香湯包 (香港)
Address: Shop G1B, G/F, Yan On Building, 1 Kwong Wa Street, Mong Kok
Telephone: 2481 8686
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 12:00-22:00
Website: https://www.facebook.com/%E5%B0%9A%E9%A6%99-%E9%A3%9F%E5%93%81


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Andre Cheung

It doesn’t matter if you call it egg waffles, eggettes, or ‘gai dan zai’, it is always the most popular snack on-the-go in Hong Kong. Chewy, gooey on the inside, crispy on the outside; the original captured most of our hearts.

At Sumore, this traditional egg waffle is given a twist, serving four different flavors from original, chocolate, green tea to coffee, plus a wide variety of additional fillings such as chocolate chips, red bean, honey, black sesame and M&M’s etc. Seriously?

Need I say more? I’m definitely going for oreo filling in my original egg waffle. Freshly made from the egg waffle machine, hot and crispy, I especially like how it gets a bit crunchy on the edge after cooling. The center is filled with a generous serving of crushed oreo which is truly delectable.

Besides, we have also tried the coffee-flavored Hong Kong style waffle. You can tell it is extremely thick and sandwiched with loads of caramel in the middle.

Imagine the egg waffle can easily feed two people for just $20HKD, I guess it’s well worth coming a bit far to Yuen Long for a try!

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Sumore

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Waffle, Ice Cream Egg Waffle
格仔餅, 雪糕雞蛋仔

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Egg Waffle Flavors, Additional
雞蛋仔口味, 配料

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Egg Waffle Machine
雞蛋仔機

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Original Egg Waffle
原味雞蛋仔

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Oreo
Oreo餅碎

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Caramel Coffee Waffle
焦糖咖啡格仔餅

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Butter, Sugar, Caramel
牛油, 砂糖, 焦糖醬

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Sumore

Sumore 森
Address: Shop 11C, G/F, 38 Yau San Street, Yuen Long
Telephone: 5502 0802
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 12:00-23:00
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Sumsumore


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Andre Cheung

I have been to Seoul for more than 10 times and I swear I have yet tried this local famous toast. While it has been known as one of the hottest street foods in Seoul, it is expanding successfully to Asia, the Isaac Toast in Macau, where is a more commercialized version.

Isaac Toast was first opened by an old lady who had to sell sandwiches to earn money when her husband was diagnosed with an illness. It started at one of the nearby universities, selling freshly grilled butter bread sandwiches with ingredients such as ham, cheese, beef patties, bacon and their very own secret sauce.

A smear of the sauce on the butter bread is just heavenly. Sweet as honey, mayonnaise consistency, this is why Isaac sandwiches are so spectacular. Make sure to grab one when you come to Korea!

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Isaac Toast

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Isaac Menu

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The Making of Toast

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Adding Cheese, Lettuce

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Bulgogi mvp

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Ham & Cheese

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Apple & Mango Juice

Isaac Toast & Coffee
Address: Opposite to Dongdaemun
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 07:30-20:30
Website: http://www.isaac-toast.co.kr / https://www.facebook.com/isaactoast.online


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Andre Cheung

That afternoon, my friend and I was supposed to visit Mido Cafe in Yau Ma Tei. We did not realize it was under construction and was closed until March. So we walked around the area and reached this secret upstairs space in Shanghai Street with an unusual name called “Mum’s not home”.

With plenty of plants, clothes and old-fashioned furnitures, this hangout is minimal but homey. It is like a collection of art pieces, musics and fashions.

The menu consists of drinks and cakes served homemade from their kitchen. We ordered a galaxy-coloured pineapple soda, a sweet purple potato milk and a piece of durian cheesecake.

The blue color comes from butterfly pea, which does not contribute to the flavor, whilst the soda itself is pretty bland. A better one is the purple potato latte served cold in a huge, silver cup, size like a ramen bowl. And my friend also liked their durian cheesecake, a very rich and creamy cheesecake accentuated with the delicate aroma of durian.

Although I personally don’t feel comfortable sitting in this small space, but my friend do!

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Drink Menu
正 Cheap Drink

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Purple Sweet Potato Latte
紫薯奶

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Purple Sweet Potato Latte
紫薯奶

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Pineapple Of The Sea
菠蘿的海

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Durian Cheese Cake
榴槤芝士蛋糕

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Durian Cheese Cake
榴槤芝士蛋糕

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#MUMSNOTHOME
#媽不在家

MUM’s NOT HOME 媽不在家!
Address: 1/F, 302 Shanghai Street, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong
Telephone: 9770 5760
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun  14:00-20:00 ; Close on Tue.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/mumsnothome


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Andre Cheung

Speaking of Mercedes me, one might only think of their vehicles.
Operated by Maximal Concepts, Mercedes has opened its door to more than just the car, but into the world of food!

Conveniently located at the Entertainment Building of Central, it is a distinctive 408 square metre venue that draws inspiration of the Benz concept, driven by technologies and fashion. Every weekday from Monday to Friday, they are offering a brunch menu that features a breakfast buffet, plenty of egg dishes and healthy sweet yogurt.

Among the basket of pastry, the house made Fresh croissant delighted most of us with its very buttery and a slightly little crispiness on the edge.

The 62 degree egg is impressively slow-cooked to soft and creamy texture, likewise, the scrambled egg so fluffy and matches healthily with half an avocado, manchego cheese and sauteed spinach.

I love the thin toast sandwiched with unbeatable fillings of smoked salmon and cream cheese, as well as the thick and creamy Greek yogurt parfait that is sweetened with delectable fruit tartare and cookie crumble.

Finally, we finish this healthy and filling brunch with a cup of Mercedes cappuccino and some fresh fruit juices.

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Mercedes Bar

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Mercedes Brunch Menu

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Breakfast Buffet
Bakery basket, salad, cheese selection, seasonal fruits

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Buffet Selection

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Cheese Selection

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Daily Fresh House Baked Pastry
French butter croissant, chocolate puff pastry roll, almond puff pastry

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Slow Cooked Eggs at 62 Degree
Smoked pancetta, manchego cheese, avocado

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62 Degree Egg

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Scrambled Eggs
Avocado, manchego cheese, sauteed spinach

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Bikinis
Organic smoked salmon & cream cheese

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Greek Yogurt, Fruit Tartar, Passion Fruit Sauce

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Cappuccino

Mercedes me Store Hong Kong
Address: Shop C & D, Ground Floor, Entertainment Building, 30 Queen’s Road, 000 Central District, Hong Kong
Telephone: 2895 7398
Opening Hours: Sun-Wed 09:00-00:00 ; Thur-Sat 09:00-02:00
Website: https://www.mercedes-benz.com / https://www.facebook.com/Mercedes.me.HongKong


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Given a lot of cool cafes popping up around the Western District (some features such as Artisan Room, LIFETASTIC and ethos), this area is slowing becoming the new hood for us to hangout and stay away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Hidden away on an obscure street in Shek Tong Tsui is Artisan Garden Cafe, a second opening after the first at Tin Hau. It consists of a patio and a wall of Fire-King antique cup collection, relaxing and cozy vibe; offering plentiful food such as salad, all-day breakfast, grilled cheese and pasta dishes.

A feature is the buttermilk fried chicken with waffle. The buttermilk marinate is terrific which keeps the chicken thigh well seasoned, juicy and crunchy perfection.

The grilled sandwich is made with two thick toasts that look evenly golden-brown, stuffed with gooey and oozey double cheddar and sliced avocado. It is ever-so-slightly too filling but definitely worth a try!

So, we’ve learnt and tasted so many great burgers in townwhat is so special about a burger from a non-burger joint? Artisan’s burger is so unexpectedly delicious! Surprising us with a succulent beef patty, with everything like crispy bacon, fried egg and avocado, not to mention the excellent caramelized onion. The side order fries are thick-cut comes with aioli and ketchup.

A sweet finish would be strawberry waffle sandwich made with a scoop of real good vanilla ice cream, strawberry compote and plain yogurt.

While they do a lovely fresh lemonade squash, the Australian-style coffee shop also pays detailed attention to their coffees. From signature caffe americano, piccolo latte, French press cafe au lait to even cold drip coffee, everything you can think of is true. The flat white we tried is impressive!

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Artisan Cafe

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Artisan Drink Menu

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“Let’s Get Lost”

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Fire King Antique Cups

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Buttermilk Fried Chicken Waffle
Crispy fried chicken with waffle & honey syrup
炸雞窩夫

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Buttermilk Fried Chicken Waffle, Mesclun Salad
炸雞窩夫, 沙律菜

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Grilled Avocado & Cheese Sandwich
Double cheddar with avocado & tomato
烤牛油果芝士三文治

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Cheese Burger
With mesclun leaves, caramelized onion & cheddar cheese, bacon, fried egg & avocado
芝士漢堡配煙肉, 煎蛋, 牛油果

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Side Order French Fries
薯條

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Strawberry Waffle Sandwich
Classic waffle with vanilla ice-cream, fresh strawberries, strawberry compote & yogurt
士多啤梨窩夫三文治

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Lemonade Squash, Passionfruit Squash

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Flat White

Artisan Garden Cafe
Address: 23 Po Tuck Street, Shek Tong Tsui, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong
Telephone: 2548 3261
Opening Hours: Tue-Thur 08:15-20:00 ; Fri 08:15-22:00 ; Sat-Sun 10:00-22:00
Website: https://www.facebook.com/artisangardencafe1


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While planning my Bangkok itinerary, the most looked forward is the afternoon tea at the Mandarin Oriental. Stepping into the famous Author’s Lounge, it is a beautifully decorated white house set in the original Mandarin Oriental building, which was built in the 1870s.

Imagine a wall of black and white photographs of the old Thailand and royal family, this place is always a celebrity and wedding party favourite in Asia.

The tea set starts from early afternoon 12pm, for which is classified between Western and the Oriental set, plus an additional vegetarian set. Both comes with a list of signature brewed teas, pastries, savouries and classic scones.

It begins with two scoops of delicious lime sorbet and lemon sorbet, so refreshing to start off the meal. As we opt for one of each set, so we basically try all of them. The plain and raisin scones are rightly done even though are lacking a bit of crumbly and butteriness, whereas the mango scone is still warm and tastes something out of ordinary. All served with clotted cream, mango and a notably luscious rose petal jam.

For the Oriental set, we love the lime crabmeat sandwich, fried vermicelli cup, pandan coconut crepe and mango sticky rice tartlets; for the Western set, there are the green asparagus in clear tomato aspic on white sourdough, smoked salmon open faced sandwich and raspberry caramel eclair that we enjoyed. We finish with a cup of earl grey tea with milk and is given a complimentary box of mini chocolate. How lovely!

After all, this afternoon tea at the Author’s Lounge surely deserves a special mention!

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Author’s Lounge

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The Lounge

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Western Afternoon Tea Set, The Oriental Afternoon Tea Set

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Classic Lemon Sorbet, Refreshing Lime & Ginger Sorbet

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Warm Traditional Plain & Raisin Scones, Plain & Thai Mango Scone
Seasonal selection of home-made jams, devonshire clotted cream, mascarpone or Butter

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A Selection of Savouries & Pastries
Lemongrass, chili, lime marinated crabmeat sandwich, Minced chicken, chili & black olive sandwich, Mini Thai curry puff, Fried vermicelli in a pastry cup, Pineapple & guava salad, Prawn toast with spicy Thai crab salad & cucumber, Laab Ped in a crispy Thai cone, Wing bean salad with chicken & prawns in betal leaves, Rice cracker with dried shrimp, chili & spring onion
Jackfruit custard, Kanom Tarn with fresh coconut, Assorted Thai Marzipan, Mango tartlet with vanilla cream, Candy bale fruit chiffon cake, Sai Mai Thai pancake roll with candy sugar, Homemade green tea praline

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A Selection of Finger Sandwiches & Pastries
Green asparagus tips in clear tomato aspic on white sourdough, Boiled egg & mayonnaise tea sandwich on parsley brioche, Smoked ham, sun dried tomato & honey dew melon, Chicken & spinach friand, Open faced smoked salmon, sour cream & chive, Roulade of honey glazed ham & cheese, Cucumber, cream cheese & diill on oat bread
English fruit cake & soft orange chiffon cake, Thyme & strawberry cream, Pineapple – fennel macaron, Chocolate sable, Raspberry & caramel eclair, Green apple cream & lime biscuit

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Earl Grey with Milk

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Mandarin Oriental Chocolate

Author’s Lounge
Address: Mandarin Oriental Bangkok, 48 Oriental Avenue, Bangkok 10500, Thailand
Telephone: +66 (2) 659 9000
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 12:00-18:00
Website: http://www.mandarinoriental.com/bangkok/fine-dining/authors-lounge/


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Kushikatsu means Japanese fried skewers. Announced during early of the year, Jan Jan Kushikatsu from Osaka is set to open the first flagship in Hong Kong after more than 12 locations in Osaka and Tokyo.

I have been anticipating to try the ever popular Jan Jan because this specific type of cuisines are rarely found or served in Hong Kong.

The restaurant is minimalist with a comfortable bar table running around the front kitchen, where we peer and see how the chef prepares the food, and two private tatami rooms.

The menu is pretty satisfying that covers all kashikatsu and kushiyaki, the grilled items, from meats, seafood, veggies and even desserts ranging at moderate price.

Some favourites would be moist dashimaki tamago, meaty kiss fish and thick-cut lotus root. The karaage chicken is fried to perfect bite-size, whereas the deep-fried egg is stunningly made with a soft and runny yolk.

To complete, we also have deep-fried vanilla ice cream dessert stuffed between castella cake and some Japanese favourite sake and soju to serve along this izakaya experience!

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Karaage Chicken
炸雞肉

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Dashimaki Tamago
出汁卷き玉子

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Shiitake
香菇

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Chicken Meatball
雞肉丸

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Chicken & Shiso Maki
雞胸肉紫蘇卷

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Baby Corn, Kiss Fish, Lotus Root
粟米仔, 沙鮻魚, 蓮藕

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Asparagus
蘆筍

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Cheese
芝士

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Half Cooked Egg
玉子燒

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Ice-Cream Sponge Cake
雪糕蛋糕卷

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Cold Soba
抺茶冷麵

Jan Jan Kushikatsu
Address: 2/F, 100 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Telephone: 2157 1408
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun: 18:00-23:00
Website: www.janjan.com.hk / https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jan-Jan-Kushikatsu


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Ranked as the Asia’s Best Restaurant and one of the World’s 50 Best Restaurant, Restaurant Gaggan is a fine-dining place where serves deconstructed and unexpectedly dramatic Indian cuisine. It is named after the owner and head chef Gaggan Anand, who has years of experience at El Bulli and progressively developing his culinary skills to make his restaurant one of the best in the whole of Asia.

Here offers one menu of the day, which includes a list of appetizers, mains and desserts with one-of-a-kind names. Starting from a pickled plum soda, it is a so refreshing and surprises further come with a spoonful of yogurt explosion, an edible plastic bag carrying wasabi spiced nuts, a bomb of mango juice and powdery curry cookies.

I am fascinated by the Chef’s philosophy, which is to stay true with traditional flavor but in a modern and fun molecular approach, as the menu follows with spicy pork with crispy potato noodle, chocolate cracker with chicken liver pate, a deletable piece of grilled eel on plantain chip, and finally mango ice cream cone topped with fresh uni.

A surprise from Chef Gaggan is a charcoal-like croquette made with sea bass, mashed potato, onion and curry powder, a magic mushroom that is possibly the best mushroom dish I have ever had in life.

Red matcha means tomato soup with fresh tomato, plum grape; while the tandoori lamb chop is so perfectly tender and succulent (noted that I am not a fan of lamb, no never!).

We have a big plate of dessert, peach snowball, aka melba ice, served with crystal-like ginger snow, fresh Japanese white peach and crushed nuts. Wow!

Finally, we are pleased with Chef’s childhood favourite mango ice cream lollies, incredible petit fours of carrot ice cream macaron, rice cracker and a cup of spring water as a final blessing.

This is truly the worthiest visit I have ever made!

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Gaggan

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Gaggan Restaurant

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Bites – “Please eat it with your hands”

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Pickled Plums Soda

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Yogurt Explosion

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Edible Plastic Spiced Nuts

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Edible Plastic Spiced Nuts

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Idly Sambhar

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Aam Ka Panna

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Uncooked Curry Cookie

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Pork Vindaloo

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Black Forest Gateau

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Chocolate Cracker, Chicken Liver, Berry Compote, Edible Flower

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Khakra Eel Sandwich

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Mango Uni Sundae

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Charcoal
Be surprised! We won’t tell you what it is

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Sea Bass, Potato, Onion, Curry, Bamboo

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Magic Mushroom
Forest mushrooms in the shape of a log, edible soil & the garden

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Red Matcha

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Tea Ceremony with Wagashi of Tomatoes & Fruits, & Hot Tomato Shorba

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Rangoli

Indian celebration design with tandoori lamb chops

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New Zealand Lamb Chop

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I Want My Curry!!!

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Chicken Kofta Curry, Minced Lamb Masala, Rice & Bread Selection

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Peach Snowball

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Japanese Summer Peach, Ginger Snow, & Peach Melba Ice Chutney

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Mango Duet Lollipop
My favourite childhood ice-cream recreated to a bite

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Infusion of Sandalwood Earthy Roots

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Carrot Ice Cream Macaron

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Spirit Water

Gaggan
Address: 68/1 Soi Langsuan, Ploenchit Road, Lumpini, Bangkok, 10330
Telephone: +66 (2) 652 1700
Opening Hours: Mon-SUn 13:00-21:00
Website: http://www.eatatgaggan.com / https://www.facebook.com/pages/Gaggan/171404319561999


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Mapo Agricultural & Marine Products Market is just across the street adjacent to World Cup Stadium. It is relatively small as compare to Noryangjin Fisheries Wholesale Market, the composition is mainly seafood at the front, fruit stalls at the back, and a dine in area on the second floor.

While there are fruit wholesalers whom to find cheap and good quality local fruits, a sufficient number of fish stalls selling a huge varieties of fresh seafood are also found selling like abalone, prawns, octopus, squid, mini fishes etc.

An order of steamed king crab is a must here that is full of chunky crab meat and the remaining crab roe within the shell could be stir fried with rice.

We are recommended to grill the abalone but the Korean will usually have it as sashimi.

After all, it’s a great alternative to Noryangjin Fisheries Wholesale Market at Seoul.

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Fish Stalls
魚檔

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Mapo Agricultural & Marine Products Market
麻浦農水產物市場

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Giant Octopus
墨魚

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Stingray
魔鬼魚

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Squid
墨魚

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Fresh Small Fish
鮮魚

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Sashimi
生魚刺身

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Fresh Fish
新鮮魚類

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Fresh Abalone
鮮鮑魚

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Fresh King Crab
皇帝蟹

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Bean Sprouts, Kimchi
前菜小吃

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Fish Shabu Shabu
黑魚鍋

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Sashimi
黑魚刺身

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Grilled Abalone
燒鮑魚

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Steamed King Crab
皇帝蟹

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King Crab Leg
皇帝蟹腳

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King Crab Meat
皇帝蟹肉

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Crab Roe Fried Rice
蟹膏炒飯

Mapo Agricultural & Marine Products Market 麻浦農水產物市場
Address: 533-1 Seongsan-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul
Telephone: 02-376-1900
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 07:00-20:00


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At the historically marked and creatively revitalized PMQ building, Sohofama is one of the ever-growing eateries owned by the folks behind Locofama, a health-conscious restaurant.

The team collaborates with lifestyle chain G.O.D. to make it an unconventional and cozy space to offer some local Chinese comfort food which emphasizes on organic, healthy and no-MSG, hidden inside a hip bar that holds some coolest cocktails infusing Chinese-ingredients.

The bar is hosted by a talented mixologist Kit Cheung, the bar consultant at OZU Bar Hong Kong and co-founder of Spirit of Spirit.
He introduces us four of his favourite cocktails, starting from a Plum Sours, a blend of house-infused plum wine shaken with organic Perilla tea giving a sweet and slightly tangy aftertaste.

The Smoking Chamomile is not only presentable, it is possibly one of the best renditions of sweet chamomile tea but infused with traditional Yuet Woo rice wine and a hint of black sugar.

The other two are a roselle based cranberry vodka, and a signature dried orange peel Hua Diao resembling old-school congee from the old day.

And guess what! You can now create your own drink just by one click ahead to this link and redeem one of the four beautiful cocktails at Sohofama by 12 June!

Truth be told, this hidden gem is one of the coolest happy hour bars in Hong Kong.

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Plum Sours
酸梅
採用新界東北古洞和記酒廠所製的兩年三蒸梅酒, 並以香港屯門社區廚房王愛華種植的紫蘇葉為基底, 加上少量檸檬汁及本地野生蜂蜜

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Plum Sours
Plum infused in local Yuet Wo triple distilled spirit shaken with local organic Perilla tea, lemon & local honey
酸梅

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Smoking Chamomile
花落誰家
自家製之洋甘菊酒, 配以有機黑糖及和記米酒, 檸檬汁及蘋果汁, 愉悅的口感, 同時散發著洋甘菊之寧謐香氣

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Applewood Smoked
煙熏蘋果木

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Smoking Chamomile
Homemade infused chamomile wine vodka, white wine, apple, lemon & local honey with applewood
花落誰家

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Rosellepolitan
Finlandia cranberry vodka shaken with Cointreau, fresh lime & roselle juice
洛神會
洛神花汁混和新鮮青檸汁及Finlandia Caberry Vodka

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Orange Peel Porridge
陳皮粥
運用香港家庭廚房必備的陳皮, 米酒及糯米酒, 配以健康食品奇異籽, 混和亞洲保健食材薑醸製的Ginger Liqueur, 口感豐盈, 順滑流暢且趣味然, 是農民生活與摩登時代的有趣結合

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Orange Peel Porridge
5 year dried tangerine peel infused with local Yuet Wo rice wine, Yuet Wo glutinous rice wine, domaine de canton ginger, lime, honey, orange bitter & chia seed
陳皮粥

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Sohofama
料理農務

Sohofama 料理農務
Address: G/F, Block A, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central District, Hong Kong
Telephone: 2858 8238
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 12:00-14:30, 18:00-23:00 ; Sat-Sun 12:0-15:30, 18:00-23:00
Website: http://sohofama.com / https://www.facebook.com/sohofama

 

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Lately, Cobo House has launched a brand new 3 course dessert degustation menu. It includes signature choices of their house desserts pairing with several amazing cocktails or Janice Wong tea, which is available at both lunch and dinner time, especially at afternoon tea during the weekend.

There are two options, the Memories of Childhood and the Hues & Colours of Taste.

The first consists of Popcorn, an all-time classic at the dessert bar, inspired by the cinema popcorn with a yuzu parfait, tangy passionfruit sorbet in an amusing presentation.
Kyoto Garden, a celebration of floral orange blossom ice cream, represented in a form of rock with lemongrass ganache and pistachio sponge. I would highly recommend to pair this with Sabi Sabi, a wasabi based mocktail made with green apple and lemongrass syrup.
Basil White Chocolate, also my favourite, a balance of passion fruit fluff, coconut marshmallow sherbet and touch of sea grapes. Best to serve with a basil-infused mocktail.

The Colors of Taste starts with a brand new creation, Strawberry Caprese, consists of strawberry ice cream, raspberry air nets, burrata cheese snow, Chartreuse and sakura pearls. It has a lovely earthy notes with refreshing vinegar cured strawberries.
The Purple is a reinvention from the Shades of Purple, moving from the purple colour based ingredients with the addition of lavender marshmallow and sweet potato puree. It is plated over a beautiful stunning acrylic serve-ware making it half of the dessert.
And finally, we have the signature of 2am:dessertbar, the Chocolate H20 featuring frozen chocolate, chocolate soil and a light and citrus kochi yuzu sorbet. It is definitely a must-have!

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Dessert Degustation Menu

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Popcorn
Sweet & salty popcorn, yuzu parfait, passion fruit sorbet
Popsoda
Smoked salted popcorn syrup, yuzu, passion fruit puree, soda

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Kyoto Garden
Orange blossom ice cream rock, pistachio microwave sponge, pistachio parfait, orange blossom jelly, apricot compote, lemongrass ganache

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Sabi Sabi
Green apple puree, wasabi, lemongrass syrup, elderflower cordial, lime juice, ginger beer

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Basil White Chocolate
Passion fruit pate de fruit, coconut marshmallow sherbet, passion fruit fluff, sea grapes
Thai House
Thai basil oil, cucumber syrup, ginger juice, pineapple juice, soda

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Strawberry Caprese
Raspberry fluff, strawberry ice cream, fresh strawberry, vinegar-cured strawberry, tapioca pearls infused in sakura & orange blossom water, tonka snow, Chartreuse jelly, strawberry syrup
Rosy No.2
Hibiscus tea, grape juice, lemon juice, rose syrup, rose vanilla foam

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Purple
Purple potato puree, blackberry parfait, leather, lavender marshmallow
Lavenilla Fizz
Lavender vanilla syrup, pear juice, bergamont puree, nutmeg

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Chocolate H20
65% dark chocolate, Evian water, salted caramel, kochi yuzu sorbet
French Earl Grey Tea

COBO HOUSE by 2am : dessertbar
Address: G/F & 1/F, 8-12 South Lane, Sai Wan, Hong Kong
Telephone: 2656 3088
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 12:00-15:00, 18:00-00:00 ; Sat-Sun 12:00-00:00
Website: http://www.cobohouse.com / https://www.facebook.com/COBOHOUSEHK


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Myth Jokbal has been on my Seoul-to-eat-list for years. It is a jokbal specialist restaurant that first opened its door since 1987. We come to Hongdae branch expecting a long queue, but surprisingly we instantly have a table for 3 at around 8pm.

They basically serve one thing only, the braised pork knuckles. There are 2 types on the menu, original and another with extra garlic on top.

Believe me, the portion is huge. No word can describe preciously how fatty, juicy, tender it is. I also like the sauces being served along including soy sauce, chili miso paste and a sweet and chili one.

To go with our pork knuckles, we have a Korean rice balls which has been deliberately flavored with sesame oil, seaweed and flying fish roe. There are also salad that comes along, with black olives, almonds and tangy vinaigrette; side dishes, as well as a spicy hotpot for your noodles.

Give Miss Pork Knuckle a try, and you will love it!

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Myth Jokbal

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Pork Knuckle Menu

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Dipping Sauces

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Side Dishes

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Original Jokbal

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Original Jokbal

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Braised Pork Knuckle

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Flying Fish Roe Rice Ball

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Flying Fish Roe Rice Ball

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Flying Fish Roe Rice Ball

Myth Jokbal 미쓰족발
Address: 164-12 Donggyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 11:00-04:00
Website: http://www.mythjokbal.co.kr / https://www.facebook.com/Mythjokbal


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Arriving the hotel, we are made comfortable with some welcome drinks and homemade cookies. The staffs are friendly, helpful and polite, showing us the way to the hotel room after our remarkable lunch at Vida Rica Restaurant.

The view from our room is so astonishing which is a premium sea view overlooking the Macau skyline, the lake and the Macau Tower. Everything is well facilitated and easily accessible, wifi connection, mini bar, bathing suites and a plate of decorative shortbread cookies and chocolate that feature the dinosaur exhibition at Macau Science Centre.

At night, after chilling at Vida Rica Bar, we feel contented with two mini jars of turtle jelly with flower honey, as well as the two brilliant desserts; a serradura pudding with the best milk ice cream, plus mango napoleon with lime sorbet. Perfecto!

We have our complimentary breakfast on the next morning at Vida Rica Bar, where is transformed into a beautiful, bountiful buffet offering Chinese dim sum, Western pastries, salad, cereal, egg station, waffle & pancakes, fresh fruit juices and many more. It is just amazing!

All in all, our one night stay at Mandarin Oriental Macau has been so memorable and serene. Their hospitality are truly second to none!

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Welcome Drinks
Hot Cappuccino, Jasmine Pearl Tea, Assorted Cookies
意大利泡沫, 咖啡茉莉花茶, 曲奇

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Premium View
尊貴景觀客房

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The Dressing Room
衣帽間

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King Size Bed
特大號床

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Fresh Fruits, Herbal Guilinggao Jelly with Forest Flower Honey
水果, 蜜糖龜苓膏

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Washroom
洗手間

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Bathing
沐浴用品

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The View
景觀

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Dinosaur Cookies
恐龍曲奇

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In-Room Service
Serradura, Mango Mille Feuille with Lime Sorbet
房間服務
木糠布甸, 芒果拿破崙配青檸雪芭

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Vida Rica Restaurant
御苑餐廳

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自助早餐
Breakfast Buffet

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自助吧
Buffet Bar

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Fresh Fruits, Chinese Dim Sum, Pastries, Bircher Muesli, Assorted Cheese, Mixed Salad
新鮮水果, 中式點心, 酥餅, 燕麥, 芝士併盤, 雜菜沙律

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Sunny Side Up Egg, Crispy Bacon, Egg Waffle, Flat White
太陽蛋, 煙肉, 雞蛋仔, 咖啡

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Sugar Donut
甜甜圈

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Rubber Duck
黃色小鴨

Mandarin Oriental, Macau
Website: http://www.mandarinoriental.com/macau/ / https://www.facebook.com/MandarinOrientalMacau


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Souffle pancake has been one of the most loved Japanese desserts among Hongkongers. And recently, there is a dessert food stall opened in Mong Kok, where specializes in Japanese souffle pancakes that are made upon order.

On our visit, we have an original souffle pancake that is topped with an edible paper butterfly, sweetened whipped cream, pancake syrup and a dusting of powdered sugar. It has a really rich eggy taste, ideally soft, and I particularly like this version because it is made hot and fluffy.

Aside from the original, I Love You Dessert Bar also serves pancakes in a variety of flavors, such as red bean green tea mousse, cinnamon apple, sesame cream cheese and serradura cream cheese etc.

There are as well waffle with ice cream and pancake mille-feuille you might wanna try.

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Original Flavor Souffle Pancake
原味梳乎厘班戟

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Edible Paper Butterfly
食用紙蝴蝶

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Souffle Pancake
梳乎厘班戟

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Sweetened Whipped Cream, Pancake Syrup
甜忌廉, 糖漿

I Love You Dessert Bar
Address: Shop 3A, G/F, Ngai Hing Mansion, 24 Pak Po Street, Mong Kok
Telephone: 2612 2660
Opening Hours: Mon-Thur15:00-00:00 ; Fri 15:00-01:00 ; Sat 13:00-01:00 ; Sun 13:00-00:00
Website: https://www.facebook.com/iloveyoudessertbar


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I can still remember a few years ago there was this place called Mr. Bing, which introduced the first jiangbing to Hong Kong. Until it was closed down and settled in New York city, we no longer have a chance to get this traditional Chinese street food.

Lately, a newly opened Jian Bing Chu Fang has come to Hung Hom serving some of this China’s most popular street breakfast. While it is traditionally made with egg, sweet chili sauce, cilantro, scallion and Chinese fried dough, they are now doing savoury crepes out of the box, such as spicy chicken, peking roasted duck, Taiwan sausage, as well as a few special drinks and desserts.

Made upon order, the jianbing starts with a spread of thick batter on the paddle, then an egg is cracked onto its, topped with finely chopped scallions, meat fillings, and is folded in half with hoisin sauce on the back to taste. It is packed in a paper bag for you to eat on the go.

The cumin lamb jianbing has a notable chili sauce, with strong cumin flavor and gamy taste from the lamb. The extra fried breadstick added is no longer crunchy when serve. Similarly, the roasted duck jianbing is also made with a mungbean flour batter, but it is indeed lacking flavor as there are not enough Hoisin sauce and roasted duck meat.

I have heard that people queued at least half an hour for this jianbing, but honestly, I don’t think this crepe is worth the time.

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Jian Bing Chu Fang
煎餅廚房

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Jian Bing Menu
煎餅餐牌

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Our Order
落單

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Fried Breadstick
加油條

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Hoisin Sauce
海鮮醬

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Jian Bing
煎餅

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Cumin Lamb Jian Bing
孜然羊肉煎餅

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Cumin Lamb Jian Bing
孜然羊肉煎餅

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Beijing Roast Duck Jian Bing
北京烤鴨煎餅

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Beijing Roast Duck Jian Bing
北京烤鴨煎餅

Jian Bing Chu Fang 煎餅廚房
Address: Shop 7, G/F, 83 Wuhu Street, Hung Hom
Telephone: 9266 1558
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 12:00-22:00
Website: http://jianbingchufang.com / https://www.facebook.com/%E7%85%8E%E9%A4%85%E5%BB%9A%E6%88%BF


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Andre Cheung

After getting some oyster pancakes, I go further to explore more around Tsuen Wan.

At the beginning, I am so excited to try the familiarized taro egg waffle with honey star cereal at More Eggettes. But sadly it was no longer available, so I go for a chocolate flavor instead.

It is made fresh on a waffle iron upon order. Piping hot, the egg waffle is surely perfect with an extra crunchiness, crispy edges, aromatic custard taste, and gooey center filled with melted chocolate chips and adorably-looking honey star cereal.

I admit that I am getting too many egg waffles these days. But seriously, who could resist this gorgeous innovation that captures most of our hearts, from the young to old generations.

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More Eggettes
摩芽雞蛋仔

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More Eggettes
摩芽雞蛋仔

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Chocolate Starry
星星 (朱古力)

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Honey Star
蜜糖星星

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Chocolate Eggette
朱古力雞蛋仔

More Eggettes 摩芽雞蛋仔
Address: Shop 4A, G/F, 31 Tsuen Hing Path, Tsuen Wan
Telephone: 9208 8979
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 14:00-00:00
Website: https://www.facebook.com/more.eggettes


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Andre Cheung

Rotiboy was founded in Penang, Malaysia. It first started as a neighbourhood bakery where sold freshly baked loaves for the households, breads for kids to bring as snacks and cake for celebrations. Until the idea “one bun that rule us all” came into the mind of the founder, he started the revolution and named this one-and-only bun as “Rotiboy”, after his naughty nephew “naughty-boy”.

And oh boy! This popular bakery finally comes to Hong Kong.

This bun itself reminds me of our Asian creation – “Mexican Bao”, with a crispy and cookie-like crust. The soft interior presents a generous aroma of coffee, laced with a little melted butter, but unfortunately hollow. Bear in mind, these texture will only exit if you eat it hot and fresh.

Beside the signature Rotiboy (coffee bun), as well as durian and cheese buns, the Hong Kong branch is also selling slushy and ice cream. I have a Kopi Slush, which is basically a coffee slush with their handcraft coffee ice cream. The base is very lightly sweetened, whereas the ice cream is a little icier than I thought. I should have tried the Teh, aka “lai cha”, something like Hong Kong milk tea.

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Rotiboy Bakeshoppe
馬來西亞烤包鼻祖

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Rotiboy
咖啡烤包

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Ice-Cream Slush (Kopi)
雪糕冰沙 (咖啡)

Rotiboy Bakeshoppe Hong Kong
Address: Shop 24A, G/F, Yan On Building, 1 Kwong Wa St, Mong Kok
Telephone: 2885 3080
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 11:00-22:00
Website: http://rotiboy.com / https://www.facebook.com/Rotiboy-Bakeshoppe-Hong-Kong


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