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Lucky Dessert @ Tsim Sha Tsui, Hongkong

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I was thrilled to find out that Lucky Dessert opened an outlet at Tsim Sha Tsui (and upon touching down, they have one at Vivo too!). The elderly man was standing by the roadside giving out promotional flyers for them and was kind enough to show us to the doorstep of the shop.

interior

Empty.

mango

House Soup Dessert with Mango, Pomelo and Sago (HKD 28)

Hui Lau Shan and mango dessert is almost as passé as wife’s biscuits from Wing Wah even though that’s the mistake I always make out of convenience. Lucky Dessert serves up a really generous portion of mango with the pomolo sago and mango juice. Definitely the most generous portion tasted around!

rice balls

Glutinous rice balls with peanut

True to picture, these chewy balls were easy to pop in the mouth and not too sweet! Limited stomach space is always the main grouse.

juice

Lucky Special Drink (HKD 30)
Strawberry, Mango, Watermelon

Nothing too special here in this supposed detox drink.

On a chilly night where everyone else indulged in warm desserts, I chose to go with the cold. Known for value for money desserts, I second that ten times over. Go for their famous durian mochi – especially so, coming from a non-durian fan.

Lucky Dessert
Tsimshatsui

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