Lumpy Lumpy grounded pistachio dessert @ Hoi Kee Oct 21, 2012
grounded pistachio dessert:
Last time I had delicious desserts at the To Kwa Wan branch so I decided to get the pistachio dessert again at the Mong Kok branch, however the dessert here was lumpy and it was too sweet and lacked that delicious pistachio taste that it did in the To Kwa Wan.
The dessert at the Mong Kok branch did not fare as good as the To Kwa Wan branch.
The interior was not as good as the To Kwa Wan branch, although the lights were the same.
The menu was also not as extensive as the TKW branch too.
Service charge: No
Yummy factor: Could be better
Sweetness levels: too sweet
Value for Money3
Almond Wu at Hoi Kee Nov 05, 2010
I've had a craving for a thicker type of almond wu for a while since the ones I've had at Honeymoon Dessert are quite watery in texture and this one hit the spot. It came out nice and hot and the fragrance of almonds was pleasant. Really yummy.
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Nov 05, 2010
Spending per head: Approximately HKD16(Other)
Value for Money5
無樣得! Jul 13, 2009
A big group of us after dinner, all ordered our individual desserts here, ranging from dessert soups to my Mango dessert.
芒果腸粉 - The mangoes weren't even fresh, also pre-soaked too much in syrup. The exterior surface of 腸粉 was ultra hard and completely tasteless. It was around $20 and all I got out of it was a bit of coldness from the refrigeration!
Others ordered around 3-4 various types of desserts which were all below-average.
Everyone left thinking we've just be conned.
Its not the worst we've eaten but its getting near there. A '2' because its below the norm.
Value for Money1