The french toast with maply syrup was awesome, the toast was soft and overall its not too sweet. The milk tea also one of the best. We came before 11 and there was no queue. Do know though that in Hong Kong they sell different...More
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Highly recommend that if you are taking ferry to Macao, please stop by this restaurant. My family having a lunch at this restaurant before enter the departure hall. Should try their roasted goose rice and noodles. It taste good!
This is a well-known street hawker that serves the best porky bun (chi pa pau) and milk tea (si mut lai cae) in Hong Kong. This place is always crowded by both locals (weekdays) and tourists. The staff are very efficient, however, rather impatient hence...More
We drop by this café for some afternoon tea break after visiting The Peak around 3-4pm. There was queue and not crowded, the usual table sharing as expected. Was told that they are the pioneer for HK ‘silk stocking’milk tea, so we’ve ordered that to...More
I rarely put up negative comments here unless it is necessary to share with others. This name appeared in almost all foodie list and everyone seems to praise their milk tea. They are said to have invented the nation beloved drink - silk stocking milk...More
Went to Lan Fong Yuen after reading recommendations from various travel brochures and was utterly unimpressed. This typical cha chaan teng may have been visited by many celebrities (evident from the paper clippings pasted at the outlet) therefore attracting a large crowd of tourists. Like...More
We were taken here by our tour guide Ivan from Big Foot tours. They make an excellent drink that is a blend of coffee and tea, really, it is very good! We also had Hong Kong style French toast with honey and butter spread on...More