Last updated by mitsu at 2013-11-3
Hong Kong People are particular over tea in their daily life and it is needful either in quiet tea café or in busy restaurants. Tea dessert is different from the dessert we usually think in that it not only refers to the sweet cakes but also refers to the daily snacks like fresh shrimp dumplings, steamed bum with roast pork, shao-mai with crab spawn, pearl chicken with scallop, salty dumpling, fresh shrimp rolls, steamed turnip cake, rolled beef with mangosteen, dumpling stuffed with sharp fin, fresh shrimp rice roll, fried bum with meat and vegetable, steamed bean curd sheet roll with oyster sauce, steamed chicken feet with black bean sauce, sago paste, mini egg tart, mango pudding and so on. They are various, tasty and cheap.
You can find these delicious tea desserts almost everywhere, including restaurants, shopping centers, busy streets, and Canton food restaurants in residential area. Usually, at the gate of the restaurants have words like “tea fair” ,“morning tea”and“lunch tea”. And the normal serving time for tea dessert is 12：00-14：00.
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Address & Telephone:
1. Shop G13, Windsor House, 311 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong (T: 852 3421 1982)
2. Shop G23, G/F, K11, 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim SHa Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong (T: 852 3586 9621)
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