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Dessert Spots you

It’s time to reward yourself after all the assignments, deadlines, and exams. Take a break from the library and head to these dessert spots with your friends to satisfy your sweet tooth. These dessert spots may not be so far from your go there whenever you want. From Boba to local desserts such as waffles and shaved ice, we present to you the best valued desserts for you to keep in mind the next time you’re feeling stressed or just craving for something guilty! 

Tei Mou Koon – If you’re in Kowloon Tong, check out Tei Mou Koon in Kowloon City! You can either walk there or take the minibus to reach the city. Then, look for Tei Mou Koon, a traditional Hong Kong dessert shop popular for their mango sago, black glutinous rice, and sesame balls. All items are priced around HK $20 - $40. So, it’s worth a try if you also want to immerse yourself in the local lifestyle!


Meet Fresh – You can find Meet Fresh in many districts in Hong Kong. There’s one in Whampoa, Tsim Sha Tsui, Causeway bay, MongKok and many more. Meet Fresh is also a Hong Kong dessert place, but brings a more modern twist to its shaved ice and sagos. All items are usually priced around HK $30 - $50, depending on what you order. You can also share some of their dessert with your friends such as their signature eight treasures shaved ice.


TenRen’s Tea – If you’re a boba fan, you might know this one. Ten Ren is a Taiwanese boba shop located all around Hong Kong. You can find them in Festival Walk in Kowloon Tong, Harbour City in Tsim Sha Tsui, City Link Plaza in Sha Tin and many more. They are most popular for their Black Tea Latte, Oolong Tea and their fruit series. And of course, don’t forget to add boba or other toppings. Their drinks usually range from HK $20 - $40, depending on what you’re craving for.


Sweet Dreamer Dessert – Maybe your university is not in the city, maybe it’s located near Kennedy Town. This is where you can head to for dessert. From their cheesecake, mango sago to their coconut soups, Sweet Dreamer Dessert can help you freshen up after a long day in class. Although they’re on the pricier side for dessert (HK$30 - $60), don’t ignore what your gut wants!


Twist and Buckle – Who would’ve known churros and ice cream do well together? Twist and Buckle serves their soft serve ice cream with some crispy freshly baked churros, priced around HK$40. You can choose your own sauce for your churros - Nutella, chocolate, or other options! Twist and Buckle can be found in Tsim Sha Tsui and North Point so maybe you can get them on the weekends or when you’re sick of being in your university area.


Mammy Pancakes – If not ice cream or boba, there’s always the classic Hong Kong egg waffles. Mammy Pancakes has branches in Whampoa, Causeway Bay, Jordon and more. They offer your usual waffles in different flavors – Coffee, Matcha, Earl Grey and many more. Crunchy on the outside and perfectly soft in the inside. Each waffle costs around $30, but it’s worth filling your belly with.

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