Egg Tarts Hong Kong Travel Guide / October 30, 2016
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Love at first sight, love at first bite. This is the perfect statement to describe the feeling one gets from seeing and tasting these luscious egg tarts. That glistening yellow custard filling within the flaky crust seems to lure you to fall for them, but wait until you try one.
Sink your teeth into the fluffy and light egg custard that tastes a bit like a flan until your teeth reaches the crispy and chewy crust. One bite just quickly leads to another and leaves you wanting more. Definitely love at first bite.
These tarts are made of flour, butter, sugar, milk and eggs and are baked until they reach a consistency that is soft and moist, and are best eaten while warm. Many have willingly fallen prey to these delish morsels since the 1940’s.
Fall in love, too with Hong Kong’s egg tarts. Here are the best places to get them.
- TAI CHEONG BAKERY
For heavenly desserts
What to order: Egg tarts, Sugar donut, Egg puffs, Coconut tarts
Price range: HK$7 to $15 ($0.90 to $1.93)
When: 07:30 - 21:00 daily
Where: 35 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong
- HONOLULU COFFEE
For mouthwatering breakfast food and a sample of fusion cuisine
What to order: Egg tarts, Satay beef noodles, Beef macaroni, Scrambled egg with toast
Price range: HK$9 to $50 ($1.16 to $6.45)
When: 06:00 - 00:00 daily
Where: G/F and Mezz floor, 176-178 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, HK
- CHEUNG HEUNG YUEN TEA RESTAURANT
For cheap and good breakfast food and lush desserts
What to order: Cocktail bun, Egg tarts, Milk teas
Price range: HK$8 to $40 ($1.03 to $5.11)
When: 06:00 - 17:30 daily
Where: 107 Belcher's Street, Kennedy Town, Western District, HK