Staying at the Dorsett Mongkok hotel in the Tai Kok Tsui area. Is a fantastic location with many local restaurants, chemists, supermarkets, food mall, street food stalls minutes away from the hotel. You can literally walk into any of the food places from the crack of dawn to late at night, as Hong Kong is very much a 24-hour city. The weather in Hong Kong is very humid and coming from the UK, anything 20+ degrees are boiling to me. Every day I was wearing t-shirt and shorts, dresses in light material and I still ended up sweating bucket loads. After the day trip from Lamma Islands and eating out at Yat Lok restaurant. We wanted desserts to cool us down, Noble Dessert 貴族甜品 is just around the corner from our hotel.
Noble Dessert 貴族甜品 has a great selection on the menu, with many Asian delicacies like durian, mango pancakes etc. Noble Dessert 貴族甜品 is a nice cosy spot to just pop in and sit in for ages. People can leisurely eat a dessert and chat away for hours. Pictures in the menu help diners out with what they can expect from the menu. I opted for the Taiwanese style ice cream. Shaven ice spun out into wafer layers sweetened up with the syrups of your choice. Mine was strawberry flavoured, and it came topped with freshly chopped strawberries. Since it was piled up high it filled me up. The siblings ordered chopped up exotic fruit salads. Most of the desserts are priced from $30 (£3) and upwards.
G/F, 98 Ivy Street
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