Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Egg Tart (蛋撻)

Egg Tart is another popular pastry in Hong Kong. It is manly egg custard inside, with the a baked outer crust. The shape is similar to this English style tart served during tea time. In Hong Kong style, the crust of egg tart is "Butter-flavoured shortcrust pastry" OR "Puff pastry".

Hong Kong people usually have Egg tart during tea-break in the afternoon. Normally, it is sold by dozen, or half-dozen.

You can find egg tart in most bakery is Hong Kong, however, most supermarket named "SUPERSTORE" also sell egg tarts.


George Lee said...

In Hong Kong, each egg tart costs about HK$4. Having a cup of milk tea and a piece of egg tart in tea time is just wonderful.

Edmond said...

Hay George, I think "Tai CHeong" is one of the famous egg eart bakery in Hong Kong.
Their main outlet is at Central DIstrict, however, have branch at Mong Kok.

Tai Cheong Bakery
35 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Exit D2, Central MTR Station (Need to walk for 10 minutes)

5/F Food Court, New Centuty Plaza, Mong Kok, Mong Kok KCR Station