Went to the branch at Mong Kok - exit d3 from Mong Kok station and then turn left and then right and walk awhile. The branch is right next to the Starbucks. As per the post title - I usually buy peanut candies and sugary...More
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Conveniently located in Causeway Bay; it is one of the shops outside Macau doing business with people who do not have time to go over there.
There are a few Koi Kei in Hong Kong. Not all types of almond cookies are available internationally. Pork floss flavour ones are available in Singapore, hence I bought a few boxes back for gifting. Hong Kong is being quite environmental friendly, do bring along...More
I, visited the branch at Humphrey Avenue in Tsim Sha Tsui. I, bought a box of almond cookies and a box of almond pastry. I, first patronize their outlet in Macau and had since patronize their goods. The don't sell oil preserve salt fish anymore....More
There is a branch in Singapore and since I was staying around Causeway Bay, I walked across the road and grabbed 4 boxes of the almond biscuits. The traditional type is my favorite. It is not too sweet, and the biscuits do not break up...More
this is a place for every hongkong visitors not to miss....the pastries are to die for very very delicious...and good for gifts back home.
Closed for construction. I have purchased cookies from here in the past and it was a very good experience. The only inconvenience that I have is that my whole family loves the cookies so much that I have to keep returning for more. They specialize...More
Most people consider this brand name as the most famous Macau delicacies. Its wide selections of products are very popular, especially almond cookies and BBQ braised meat. Its product packing makes it presentable as a gift. If you are in HK and have no time...More
It's easier to buy the famed as it's now available in Hong Kong. The signature almond cookies comes in container and gift box. Over the years, many more of other types of cookies been available in the shop. But, the signature almond cookies remains the...More