Daniel’s Restaurant (Hong Kong)

Daniel's Restaurant grass jelly dessert

Daniel’s Restaurant located at Shop 8, Tin Po Building, 100 Tai Wai Road, Sha Tin in Hong Kong

It’s funny because the English translation of this Chinese café’s name is “steamed egg man” (金裝燉奶佬餐廳) which implies that this restaurant sells steamed egg puddings as their specialty.  However, it turns out that Daniel’s Restaurant is just a regular Hong Kong style café.  They don’t even sell any steamed egg at all!  

Our friend really wanted to have steamed egg pudding and was sorely disappointed to learn that they didn’t have it at all.

Thus, we enjoyed an afternoon tea with some desserts.  My mom and I shared the Grass Jelly with Coconut Milk and the Original Egg White Milk Pudding.  Belinda got the Fresh Fruit with Grass Jelly and Sago.

 Desserts at Daniel's Restaurant

An afternoon tea of desserts!

The Grass Jelly with Coconut Milk came iced and I really enjoyed this!  It was refreshing for a hot humid day and I liked the sweetness of the coconut milk mixed with the grass jelly chunks. 😀

Grass Jelly with Coconut Milk

Grass Jelly with Coconut Milk. $18 HKD

The Original Egg White Milk Pudding smelled of fresh milk for the first couple of bites.  It was okay.

Original Egg White Milk Pudding

Original Egg White Milk Pudding. $19 HKD

I tasted a bite of the sago in Fresh Fruit with Grass Jelly and Sago and loved how fresh the sago was.  Despite this dessert being available around the world, it still tastes the best in Hong Kong.

Fresh Fruit with Grass Jelly and Sago

Fresh Fruit with Grass Jelly and Sago. $18 HKD

That’s all for this post!  We only had dessert. 🙂

Daniel's Restaurant interior

The inside of Daniel’s Restaurant

Daniel’s Restaurant is a franchise and has several locations all over Hong Kong.  The one we went to was just outside of the Tai Wai MTR Station.

Daniel's Restaurant exterior

From the outside

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