Danish Bakery 丹麥餅店
English Address : G/F, Leishun Court, 106 Leighton Road Causeway Bay
Chinese Address : 銅鑼灣禮頓道106號禮信大廈地下
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Phone No. : 2576 7353
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Categories : Hong Kong Style | Takeaway | Bakery | Hamburger
Spending : Below $40
Overall Score : 3.4
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Opening Hours: 星期一至日：06:30-19:00
Payment Method: Cash
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HK Epicurus (1077 Review(s))
Fried Chicken Leg & Thigh -
You know my 1st visit to here was probably 30 years ago. Used to go to school just a block down the road. Upon hearing that they will be closing due to a surge in rental I was hoping to come back and revisit it again.
There are a few signature items here indeed - Fried Chicken Thigh is easily the no.1 item here. On the side, they also do a Hamburger, Fish Burger and a Hot Dog, which to me have never been that great.
The fried Chicken Leg in the meanwhile might have an oil stench from the overly used Oil for frying.... But there is no doubt that this is unique, as not many places do a fried chicken without batter coating, but still make the external skin layer rather crispy.
Did I mention the oil stench already?
Rating : Taste4 Environment2 Service2 Hygiene2 Value for Money4
I am Danish. This place is not.
What baffles me the most is the actual food they serve.
Any Danish person can tell you that none of the dishes there are even remotely Danish, just by looking at their pictures.
Their dishes have almost no ingredients in them, the sausage tastes very artificial, and the bread is really McDonalds-like. Far too cheap.
Maybe some of these things could pass for German, but definitely not Danish.
About 1/4 of Danish export is pork, you'd think a place called the "Danish Bakery" would have a stronger emphasis on that.
If you want to try something Danish, this is not the place to go, at all.
If you want something oily, quick and cheap, you're right on though.
Date of Visit: 2011-12-20
Takeaway Wait Time: 3 Minutes
Rating : Taste2 Environment3 Service5 Hygiene3 Value for Money2
desmondleewc (15 Review(s))
ordered pork burger and the fish burger as takeaway for breakfast. boss-man had to deepfry the fillets on the spot as the previous customer bought the last one available. it took around 3 min and i had my burgers. it cost me 26 HKD for both.
tucked into the burgers while at work. The fillets were very crispy. This is because they were deep-fried in very hot oil. I ate the pork burger first, then proceeded to the fish burger. The burger is actually quick big for an Asian stomach. So halfway through the burger, i decided to only eat the fillet and dump the bread.
I found the burgers to be very oily. Even now, 10 min after eating them, the oily taste still lingers, despite having drunk a cup of lipton black tea.
i have to pass by this stall every day, and as the stall is strategically located at the traffic light junction, sometimes i have to wait by the stall for the lights to turn green. i resent having to wait there, as the smell of oil will stick to my clothes. so i try to wait around 15m before the light and hope that the boss-man isn't deep-frying anything then.
on hygiene, the stall is really old. I can't comment on what goes on in the stall since i don't work there. however, in the evenings (around 7 to 8pm) as i'm going home, i can see big rats running around the area. maybe that's because it is located near a small food centre and market.
Date of Visit: 2011-11-25
Takeaway Wait Time: 3 Minutes
Rating : Taste3 Environment1 Service3 Hygiene2 Value for Money2
Denmark HK hotdog vs Famous hK hot dog
supersupergirl (2537 Review(s))
Came here to try their famous hot dogs, they are very cheap at $13 with two sausages.
I wanted compare the hot dog here and the hot dog at Wing Lok, I was expecting the one at Denmark to taste better but I was rather disappointed.
Both these hotdogs are Hong Kong style hotdogs with mayonnaise.
Overall breakdown of the hotdog:
The top of the bun was crispy, and the bun tasted sweet.
This was the most disappointing aspect, there was virtually no sauce, it was so dry and there was no cheese.
This tastes like the typical hot dogs sold in the supermarket, chinese style, with a very gritty texture.
Wing Lok HD vs Denmark HD
Bun: the bun was too crispy for my liking, so WL is the winner.
Sauce: the sauce at WL was a winner, there was no sauce here.
Sausage: WL was definitely the winner, because the one here was salty and chalky like it had grounded shell in it.
Although, Chinese hot dogs are not really my cup of tea, WL is definitely a winner for the two.
Rating : Taste3 Environment3 Service3 Hygiene3 Value for Money3
Chinese hot dogs!!
sansan_mountain (156 Review(s))
Date: Sat 8th Jan 2011 3pm
Ordered: Hot dog with cheese
Taste: The bun was nice and warm. Sausage looked abit small, maybe too used to western style hot dog. It is normal chicken meat sausage, frankfurters. By looking at the bun, i couldn't see much cheese in it.
First bite gave me impression of eating normal chinese sausage bun. The bun was really soft and warm. Nice and fresh out of the oven, with lots of butter I LIKE!!!! The sausage was warm and did not taste much of cheese. It was quite bland. I liked it as it reminds me of child hood. But if you like HOTDOGS and real sausages, then this is not for you. it will leave you wondering where is the ketchup, musturd and oniions. For 11 hk dollars, it is food for memory but I would prefer real hotdogs. Although their buns is real nice.
PS: There is always a queue for this shop. I love queuing and watching them getting the sausge and fish fillet ready on the cooker. This is what Hong kong is about!!!
Recommended Dish(es): 熱狗
Date of Visit: 2011-01-08
Takeaway Wait Time: 5 Minutes
Spending per Head: HKD11
Rating : Taste3 Environment3 Service3 Hygiene3 Value for Money2
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