K-in-HongKong: Hui Lau Shan Mango Dessert, Tsim Sha Tsui

Tuesday and Wednesday have always been a prime time to watch Korean drama and Noona is so satisfied with the Korean drama(s) that she's been watching so far. After Doctors has ended, Scarlet Heart immediately follows and omo!!! What an eye-pleasing drama, jjinja!! Watching one handsome prince after another, life has become somehow bearable again. Okay, Noona is such a drama queen. 
Since we are on the sweet topic (wtf, I know), why don't we check out the popular dessert chain in Hong Kong, Hui Lau Shan? Noona has visited Hong Kong for three times before and she only managed to find it in her 4th visit to Hong Kong. 4 does not sound like a bad number after all. LOL.

K-in-HongKong: Hui Lau Shan Mango Dessert, Tsim Sha Tsui

Hui Lau Shan has many branches and the easiest way to find one of its branches is by googling the address via www.openrice.com and look for the nearest address from your location. Since Noona was at the One in Tsim Sha Tsui, she simply followed Google Maps' direction to the nearest stall of Hui Lau Shan at Tsim Sha Tsui. She can't believe she has been living without Google Maps for more than 20 years. 

Hong Kong Mango Dessert at Hui Lau Shan

Okay, so what's so special about Hui Lau Shan? If you has been dining at Honeymoon Dessert (which claims to sell Hong Kong desserts in Singapore, well, supposedly their desserts are not bad though), Hui Lau Shan practically sells similar dessert but focusing on two fruits i.e. mango and durian. Noona does not really find the bliss of eating the latter so she sticks with the mango dessert which comprise of mango soup (literally like soup albeit cold), mango ice cream, tapioca balls, and plenty of mango bits (real fruit!). This dessert is so yummy to eat in summer. 

Hong Kong Mango Dessert

Most of the desserts sold in Hui Lau Shan comes in a package which is actually better if you are sharing (by better, Noona means more economical of course). On top of the mango ice cream above, Noona also tried the mango coconut cake which is filled with mango juice. While they are not bad, Noona prefers the mango ice cream to the cakes. Hehe. 

Hong Kong Mango Coconut Cake
If you want to go to the branch at Tsim Sha Tsui, you can find Hui Lau Shan at:

49 Carnavon Road

Opening hours:

12PM - 11PM everday

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