Stayplus Bakery

Just finished lunch at Sai Kung but when you know you’re going to be walking some “distances” (maybe a mile next to the pier), you will want to be holding a snack in your hand, so I jumped at the chance when I saw this little bakery. There was a line when I arrived, so…

Piccolo’s

If you’re looking for a little trip away from the city centre, Sai Kung would do it, especially with the walk along the piers after a hearty meal. At Sha Tsui Path, you’ll find many Western restaurants ranging from the burger to brunch to tacos. I tried Jaspa’s, which is hard to miss with its colourful…

Häagen-Daz: Green Tea Ice-cream Sandwich

I know it’s a strange time to be reviewing an ice-cream sandwich- fresh out of the cold month of March, but sometimes when these cravings hit you, you just gotta cave in, you get me? So yeah, I ended up going to the supermarket around 9pm at night just to buy some ice-cream. I’ve had…

Hanjuku Kobo: Half-baked Cheesecake

For some reason, this shop never caught my eye when I was around the Tsim Sha Tsui area. Hanjuku Kobo (半熟工房) is a Japanese bakery with 2 locations in HK, originally famous for their half-baked cheese tarts that took HK over in a craze about 2 years ago. They have original, chocolate and matcha flavoured…