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Do you like dessert? Think eating dessert already become a culture for Hong Kong people, you can see dessert shop almost everywhere, sometimes even few shops in a row, especially 许留山, started about 40-50 years ago from selling only herbal tea and Guilinggao to almost everything that you can mix now.
Somehow, we didn't try 许留山, instead, we've walked in some plain old dessert shop, like Tai Leung Pak Kee (大良八记). 大良 has been around for 14 years and quite famous with their paste form (糊) "tong sui", like sesame paste soup, walnut paste soup, almond paste soup etc., therefore they also known as 食糊专家. We only try a small bowl of walnut soup (核桃糊 HKD 14), smooth and rich but personally I'm more prefer peanut soup.
Not too far away from 大良 is a shopping mall called Langham Place. It's not a spacious mall at each floor but it's really tall and nicely designed.
Saw Honeymoon (满记) somewhere after this escalator and it's packed with youngsters, must be another good place for dessert. We've ordered Snow White Sago (白雪黑珍珠 HKD 25) and 杨枝甘露 HKD 25. If you like bubur cha cha, pretty sure you will like the Snow White Sago too. They use fruits as main ingredient therefore you can easily finish the whole bowl without feeling greasy. Their 杨枝甘露 is just okay to me (missed 利苑 this round, origin of 杨枝甘露).
Night time Mongkok area is even more crowded but I really enjoy it, the only thing not so impressive is the item sold at the Ladies Street, it has no different with our pasar malam.
Grab some snacks (fish ball, not so nice) whenever you feel hungry, you will never run out of food here ;-)
MTR 旺角 exit D2, turn left and go straight along Sai Yeung Choi street.
Level 10-S23, Langham Place, Mongkok.
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