Mega Eight Dessert
Right by Mini-bus stop #3 on Chung Wui Street
Decent and inexpensive Chinese desserts. It won't blow your mind but it won't empty your wallet.
|Warm almond soup. True to form.|
|Mango sago in mango juice. Can't go wrong.|
Fifty Fifty Dessert House
Shop B, G/F, Tai Fu Building, 20 Tai Tsun Street, Tai Kok Tsui
Again here, inexpensive and not bad at all. A notch above Mega Eight.
Chinese and western style desserts. May tells me the coffee was terrible though (better at McDonalds)
|Bread-pudding HKD $32. Was OK, nothing earth shattering .|
|Pumkin creme brulee HKD $28. Was quite decent.|
Black and White
Unit B&D, 88-102 Ivy Street, Tai Kok Tsui
Certainly pricey, with most dessert being in the $55-$70 range. However, this is "la creme de la creme" of dessert place. Probably some of the best desserts I have had in Hong Kong. I sure hope they attract a following outside the area because I can't imagine the surrounding areas paying the price of a full meal for dessert quite yet. It would be said if they had to move. Wishing them the best. We were certainly happy customers! So, please go!
|Latte, May approved. HKD $28|
|Chocolate world frozen yogurt, with a happy tummy in the back. |
Smooth, with an actual yogurt taste. Decadent chocolate topping. HKD $48
|Iced Tiramisu. The coffee is separate and in shaved ice form. |
However, the chocolate is overpowering the rest. HKD $68
|Straberry lemon tart. Ever so slight tartness and pleasing berry and lemon flavors . |
Very, very nice. HKD $68