27 September, 2010
Eat & Drink

Top 5… Egg Tarts

27 September, 2010

We can’t think of anything better than a warm egg tart with a wobbly centre to stave off the mid-morning or afternoon munchies.

176-178 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai – 2575 1823
A Hong Kong institution, Honolulu’s egg tarts get special mention thanks to their many layers of soft, flaky pastry.

Tai Cheong
G/F, 35 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central – 2544 3475
The favourite egg tarts of former Governor Chris Pattern, Tai Cheong’s are served in a cookie-style crust.

China Club
12/F, The Old Bank of China Building, Bank Street, Central – 2521 8888
The China Club is a Hong Kong institution and their egg tarts live up to the club’s reputation as one of the best places for posh Chinese food in the city

Kam Fung Restaurant
41 Spring Garden Lane, Wanchai – 2572 0526
A traditional local-style café, the egg tarts regularly sell out by evening. Order with a milk tea for a true Hong Kong experience!

Kei Hing
1B-1D, G/F, Way Wah Centre, Sha Tin – 2601 1511
Served fresh from the oven, you must pick up one..or two..or three…warm, wobbly and flaky tarts when you’re in Sha Tin. We have to say, they might be even better than Tai Cheong (gasp!).

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