Hong Kong food: Hong Kong Egg tarts, Cze char and Hui Liu Shan

Continuation from our arrival at Hong Kong Day 1

After dropping our stuff, we headed out for dinner.

One quick picture

The MTR station

Was very very crowded.

We made a stop for eggs tarts at Tai Cheong Bakery before heading off. I liked my egg tarts with a biscuit base as compared to a flaky pastry base.

Stopped for a snack at this famed bakery

Happy tum tums from egg tarts

We had cze char, hong kong style, at this nondescript place without even a sign board. Kinda looked like a mafia-ish place if you think about it.

We went for cze char, HK style, at this very nondescript place

Our dinner nom nom

Some of the dishes that we had

The last stop of the day was for desserts at Hui Liu Shan

Supper

Finally trained back to our apartment

Places visited:

2. Egg tart stop:

Tai Cheong Bakery

Address : 35 Lyndhurst Terrace (Central MTR)
Opening Hours : 7:30am – 9pm (Mondays to Saturdays)
8:30am – 9pm (Sundays and Public Holidays)
Telephone : 852-2544 3475

3. Dinner:

HK Cze char at Gough Street (Central MTR)

4. The Peak

Nearest MTR: Central

5. Supper dessrts: Hui Liu Shan

Multiple outlets throughout Hong Kong

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