Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Yee Shun Milk Company, Mong Kok, Hong Kong

egg and beef sandwich

hot steamed milk with ginger

chilled steamed milk

chilled steamed egg

luncheon meat sandwiches

We were kind of fortunate to have been staying at a hotel that was a convenient 5 minutes of walk from one of the Yee Shun Milk Company outlets (G/F, 246-248 Sai Yeung Choi Street South, tel : +852 2393 3301) that we could revisit easily for desserts (and sometimes snacks). So this post was kinda formed from the authority of three separate visits. And if anyone was wondering what's good here, I would have to say that the desserts were on the whole pretty decent, especially their hot milk pudding with ginger juice which had a texture that I could only describe with the word, ethereal.

But if I had to put my preferences into what the place served for some perspective, the flavors were a little more subdued that what I had expected. The steamed egg tasted less eggy and the ginger juices used were less sharp (or spicy) than what I would have preferred. With those things being said, I'd still have to give them a thumb up for a well moderated texture and flavor balance.

Skip the beef and egg sandwiches. It's as what I was expecting (but hoping against hope that it wouldn't be), an unidentifiable meat matter that had probably been tenderized to death.


Eric said...

any comments in comparison to the Australian Dairy Company near Jordan MTR?

LiquidShaDow said...

Nothing much in terms of comparison except maybe for the scrambled eggs which I think I prefer from Australia Dairy. I didn't get to have any desserts from them, so I wouldn't know the differences.