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Tai Cheong Egg Tarts Revisited @ Lydhurst Terrace, Central

10:24 AM , 9 Comments

Nary a disappointment with the familiar buttery crust and smothering fragrance.

a bite of tai cheong
The awesomest wobbly egg custard.
I'd sin over and over and over again, in a heartbeat.

Tai Cheong, when will I see you again?

Tai Cheong
Lydhurst Terrace
Central, Hongkong

A foodie born to eat, shop and travel. Forced to work.

9 comments:

  1. I.N.E.E.D.T.H.I.S.E.G.G.T.A.R.T.N.A.O. hahaha no longer a WANT. It's a NEED!

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  2. ABSOLUTELY! Miss tai cheong's like mad. :( someone bring in the franchise!

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  3. hmmm... I read some blogs featuring the flaky crust Tai Cheong's egg tart and said it's nothing great. There are 2 kinds? This one is shortcrust.

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  4. flaky crust?? not that ive encountered any at tai cheong...

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  5. I'm eating Tai Cheong's egg tart now hahahaha. Bought a dozen! It's really mega yummy when I ate it piping hot from the oven at the shop YUMMERZ! I also bought alot of goodies from there hehe.

    I actually prefer Honolulu Coffee House's flaky egg tart. It's ZOMG!!!! Must try Phoebe! Egg tart heaven swoons... Totally regret not buying more sobs. :(

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  6. ;) finally you get my taicheong craze! I cldnt track honolulu down! :(

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  7. I got Honolulu's egg tarts from their newer outlet at Stanley Street. Egg tart was super delish but polo bao was blah.

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  8. Oh yes the 沙翁 is mega yummy too! The coconut egg crepe that I bought is also yums.

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  9. 沙翁's the sugar donut? i only head for egg tarts. haha..probably try the rest out next time!

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