When in Hong Kong, there are a few things you have to try. Dim sum, goose, roast meat, beef brisket curry noodles, wan tan noodles and of course, steam milk pudding.
I have been going to Yee Shun Milk for the longest of time. It's almost like a pilgrimage of some sorts each time I am in Hong Kong. Sure, it isn't t everyone's cup of tea. I know some of my friends find the cold Steam Milk in Two Films Steam a little weird, whilst a number reckon the ginger is overpowering in the Milk with Ginger Juice.
But I love it. The wobbly, jiggly, crinkly texture of the milk on top juxtaposed with the silky, creamy, smooth pudding below. It's like an explosion of textures and flavours in each mouthful. There's nothing quite like it in my opinion.
They have recently imposed an in-house rule that every customer must order a dish, so there's a strict no-sharing policy. The staff aren't exactly the most courteous. If you outstay your welcome after you have finished your desserts, they will swiftly remove your finished bowls, almost urging you to leave and make space for the next customers.
But then again, I didn't come here for the service, did i? Seconds anyone?
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