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While looking for the Lyndhurst Terrace (擺花街), an uncle pointed us to climb up this "hill"... OMG, lazy person like me really find this a big challenge!
There are a lot ramps like this around Central (中环) area, I'm pretty sure people that live and work here already get enough exercise everyday, no need to worry how many food you eat during lunch because you will need to walk back to office afterward.
Once you are at Lyndhurst Terrace, it's not hard to locate Tai Cheong Bakery. The brand has been around since 1954 and moved to this new address in 2005. Even until today, most of the biscuits are still handmade by the owner.
The signature item here is egg tart (HKD 4), the butter pastry type, so not the same as what we buy from Tong Kee. The last Hong Kong governor, Chris Patten is a great fan of egg tart selling here, he even become a friend of the owner and still keep in touch with him (seen this from one of Astro's documentary). Some claims that this is the best butter egg tart in Hong Kong, I cannot judge as I didn't try others in Hong Kong, but frankly, this hot popping piece of egg tart is really good (IMHO) and makes me recall scenes in Stephen Chow's movie 行運一條龍. Grab one if you are there!
35, Lyndhurst Terrace, Central
香港中環擺花街 35 號
See map Q6
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