Tag Archives: Desserts in Hong Kong

[HK EATS] Discover Sham Shui Po 深水埗 with Hong Kong Tourism Board

Meet Sham Shui Po 深水埗 located in Kowloon Hong Kong, where you can experience a vibrant community with concentrated eateries. The district is an electic and charming neighbourhood that beckons with its intriguing blend of tradition and modernity. Sham Shui Po is a district filled with hidden gems for local cheap eats and deals. You will find more locals than tourists here at least for now.
I had a wonderful night with Hong Kong Tourism Board last week to learn more about the place.I also include this two-minute time-lapse video titled “Immerse Yourself in Sham Shui Po like Locals Do” to give you a general glimpse of this vibrant community. Continue reading [HK EATS] Discover Sham Shui Po 深水埗 with Hong Kong Tourism Board

[HK EATS] SHARI SHARI KAKIGORI HOUSE (氷屋 ) – ONE OF THE MUST VISIT DESSERT CAFE IN HONG KONG

With the recent kakigori trend from Japan, Hong Kong also started the trend as well. Shari Shari Kakigori House is another hipster café not to miss when you are travelling here. The café is a walking distance from Via Tokyo and you can have your matcha or houjicha softserve and headed to Shari Shari. Continue reading [HK EATS] SHARI SHARI KAKIGORI HOUSE (氷屋 ) – ONE OF THE MUST VISIT DESSERT CAFE IN HONG KONG

[HK EATS] DIM SUM ICON X CRAYON SHIN-CHAN (蜡笔小新) – WHEN THE CARTOON TURNS TO FOODPORN

Hello Hong Kong! I feel good to be back again for a weekend trip last month. So, I took the opportunity to visit Dim Sum Icon again for the third time. I know what you are thinking. What? 3 times at the same place? Yes all because of the Gudetama custard buns! That was the reason why I am here for the first 2 time. Before Crayon Sin-Chan characters, Dim Sum Icon also had Little Twin Stars dumplings and Kobitos , which are launched seasonal. Continue reading [HK EATS] DIM SUM ICON X CRAYON SHIN-CHAN (蜡笔小新) – WHEN THE CARTOON TURNS TO FOODPORN

[HK EATS] ODDIES FOODIES- INSTAGRAM-WORTHY DESSERTS IN HONG KONG

Finally I got my hands on Oddies Foodies during my Hong Kong trip on December 2015. Oddies has opened a new branch on Gough Street, Sheung Wan recently and of course I headed to that direction. This new outlet has spacious seating area as compared to their first outlet at Wan Chai. I was there around 12 noon with my cousins and aunt. Surprisingly, there was no customer in the shop. We happily choose our seats and look through the menu to place our order. Continue reading [HK EATS] ODDIES FOODIES- INSTAGRAM-WORTHY DESSERTS IN HONG KONG