Another popular snack in Cheung Chau is the dessert, especially those made of fresh mango. I was told by my friend that this particular dessert house is famous for their Mango Mochi, so there we were.
I have tried the Mango Mochi (芒果糯米糍 HK$8/pc) bought by my friend from the same shop before, which tasted heavenly sweet and soft. However, this mochi we had on that day wasn't that good, which indeed tasted sour but the mochi wrap was still soft and thin. Maybe it's not the right season to have mango?
Mango Sago with Pomelo (楊枝甘露 HK$16) is my all-time favourite at any dessert houses in Hong Kong as it's a very unique dessert originated from Hong Kong. The focus of this dessert is always on mango and still, it's sour like the one wrapped inside the Mango Mochi... Thought it must be from the same batch of mango! So from this experience I learned a lesson that Autumn is not a good time to have fresh mango. >_<
Iced Herbal Jelly with Mixed Fruits (什果涼粉 HK$16) had nothing special to mention and the taste wouldn't go too wrong as it was just a mixture of fresh-cut fruits and herbal jelly. Oh yeah, it's unsweetened upon serving and there is a bottle of syrup that you can add the sweetness to your liking.
Mango Sago with Pomelo & Mixed Fruits (什果楊枝甘露 HK$19) was actually the same as the normal one with pieces of watermelon being added. Nothing much to comment on except the watermelon was quite sweet and it's balanced up the sourness of mango.
I guess I wouldn't visit again as it's not that special as expected and there are lots of better choices in the city.
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Address : No. 3 San Hing Street, Cheung Chau 長洲新興街3號