|1||Lab Made Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream Laboratory|
|7||227 Desserts Tavern|
|10||Maison Eric Kayser|
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No.2 Ming Court
September is a month for gatherings. And things get even better to have some of the finest Chinese delicacies under the full moon. Garnering Two-Michelin stars for 4 years in a row, Ming Court Langham Place Hotel has come out on top for an exquisite get-together meal last month. The award-winning dishes are set to impress, both in terms of presentation and flavors. Amongst the highlights loved by OpenRicers are Giant Garoupa Enrobed in Minced Shrimp ($438), Pepper Shrimp and Stir-fried Shrimps with Egg White ($228) which do the fresh and succulent seafood the brilliant way!
hero生活旅~*：(Translated review) Caramelised Japanese Kurobuta Pork Loin Merlot ($288) was served on fire. The striking appearance simply allures before we came to savor it. When we then tucked into it, the pork loin was cooked just right and tender. It was delicious with a subtle hint of red wine and assorted mushrooms. And for the award-winning dish, Giant Garoupa Enrobed in Minced Shrimp, Pepper Shrimp ($438), it was equally appealing. When you bite into it, you get the wonderful mix of freshness, succulence and tenderness altogether. But I just like it to be served hotter.
No.5 2/3 Dolci
Sweet tooth alert! 2/3 Dolci, a new Italian Pasticceria in Wan Chai, is offering goodies in a plethora of choices ranging from gelato ($38/scoop), hand-made pastry cakes, and baby chiffon cakes to the most authentic Italian espresso, tea and super rich drinking hot chocolate from France. A recommendation by OpenRicers is 100% Pistacchio Tart ($46), in which the pistachio cream made from real pistachio paste exquisitely top the layers of caramel cream, custard cream, sponge cake, and the tart base with chocolate coating. But a note to be taken is that the café and bakery is strapped for comfy seating space.
peggy-lifeforfood：If you go there, it’s crazy not to try their gelato!!!!! Their pistachio gelato is so yummy that I need to encore it again!!! We chose the new flavor – Guava for the 2nd scoop of gelato. I can’t really find Guava gelato elsewhere. It’s very fruity & fresh. It’s really match with the nuttiness of the pistachio gelato!
No.7 227 Desserts Tavern
One more new sweet embrace for foodies in September! More than just another HK-style desserts restaurant, 227 Desserts Tavern has ushered in a series of nourishing sweet soups. Innovative creations include fish maw desserts, and Black Toufu Desserts ($26-32) made with more nutritious black beans, serving with a wide assortment of toppings of Gohi berries, purple rice, oatmeal and more. Be surprised about desserts that are richer, in nutrition, flavor, and texture. The whimsical setting with red lanterns, tea bowls, wooden tables and chairs alike resembling an ancient Chinese inn, makes it fast becoming a popular spot for chilling out with some refreshing sweet soups in the bustling Mongkok neighborhood.
SY*：(Translated review) It was my first time to try desserts that are made with fish maw. I ordered a Steamed Egg White Milk Dessert with fish maw ($48) and Mango Pudding with Fish Maw ($52). Very smooth in texture, the Milk Dessert was warm and likely to be served right from kitchen steamer! I felt so nourishing with that! As for Mango Pudding, it came with garnishing of some fish maw strips and tapioca pearls. The server told me that the gelatin had been replaced by fish maw to deliver a different texture. I like it so hearty with generous mangoes in it!
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