Hong Kong Eating Spree Part3: Desserts2 - Wo Kee

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Written on 12:14 AM by Penang Tua Pui

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This is another dessert house that offered a lot of sweet, yummy dessert guaranteed to make your taste buds tantalizing, yearning for more.

The shop has lots of bowls of desserts that were ready for consumption, stored nicely in the refrigerator.

It was almost like you-name-it-they-have-it desserts with a wide range to choose from. Of course, if you prefer hot ones, there are also many types available.

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We ordered Honey Dew with Sago, tang yuen in ginger syrup and tau fu fah. Only the tang yuen is hot while the other one is cold dessert. The Honey Dew in Sago tasted good with few balls of honey dew. It was quite similar to the one we have here.

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The tang yuen came with ginger syrup and each of them had black sesame filling inside. There was a strong ginger scent but the syrup was not really sweet. This is preferable as what we wanted was to drink the ginger syrup and not sugar syrup.

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Meanwhile, the tau fu fah we had was cold and not hot like we normally have. It came with white sugar. The tau fu fah was very smooth yet it did not break easily when you tried to scoop the tau fu fah.

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There was more that we wanted to try but our stomach had the limitations. If only Huat Koay and Fei Fei joined me in this eating spree, we would see definitely have more.

鵝記咋渣 Wo Kee
G/F, 509 Nathan Road, (Yau Ma Tei)

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14 Comments

  1. 550ml jar of faith |

    Yes yes yes! To hot or cold, garlic or sugar, white or brown sugar, lumpy or solid! Hong Kong I'm sold!

     
  2. jovyn |

    ermmm, did i see it wrongly??? cook dessert with garlic...i thought was ginger...wonder how it taste. really new thing for me.... all the dessert make me hungry...n_nlll

     
  3. Jon |

    garlic or ginger? why i saw is ginger one?

    i like the tang yuen near to Traders Hotel one.. nice....

     
  4. Penang Tua Pui |

    My Apologies!!!

    It's meant to be ginger. Somehow Tam Ciak kept thinking "kioh" is garlic *paiseh*paiseh*

     
  5. Penang Tua Pui |

    550ml jar of faith,

    We're sure you're definitely going to have a good time there!! Make sure you plan where you want to go and what you want to eat; get your itinerary ready else you'll be wasting time searching for them...

    YUMMY!!!

     
  6. Dido |

    Honey Dew with Sago tang yuen is good for hot day. especially take it after shopping at Hong Kong.

     
  7. John |

    o there is one good tang yuen at the town near to Komtar. I like it so much

     
  8. Market Woo |

    Errr... i don't like soft-soft thing. Tang yuen is not favorite.

     
  9. Penang Tua Pui |

    yes, the one near Komtar, opp Traders Hotel has been there for long time. They used the ginger based syrup as well, nice to your throat and stomach...and the tang yuen has the peanuts filling (big one).

     
  10. Linda |

    good good good give u tri-per good for the Tang Yuen in Hong Kong. I try that before really good and not so sweet.

     
  11. jovyn |

    haha, now the thread change to "ginger" already. make me feel better, haha. i think i dunwan eat dessert cook by "garlic"...:p

     
  12. Penang Gin Na |

    hami ginger and garlic.. dun really understand...

    i like the tang yuen that near to komtar one... yum yum

     
  13. Penang Tua Pui |

    Hahaha .....

    the typo error must quickly correct it.. need to ketuk Tam Ciak's kepala lioa.. why keep thinking the "kioh" is garlic.. make ppl ready also blur blur..

    no worry if you don't understand the ginger and garlic story ... it's just a silly typo error thing that Tam Ciak made earlier

     
  14. John |

    Wah this Tang Yuen looks so big and some more inside have black sesame. emmmmm must be very nice.

     

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