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Introduction
Hong Kong Egglet is a popular Hong Kong street snack since the 1950s and was sold from street stalls in the early days. Today, the egglets here have been creatively developed with newer, fresher and healthier recipes. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
Signature Dishes
Original Hong Kong Egglet
Review (13)
Believed peoples who ever went to Tsim Sha Tsui will know this, Egglet was so famous. Basically it was a Chinese-style waffle made from an eggy batter, something simple but satisfied. With multiple outlets in Singapore, I was having mine without suffering an expensive air-ticket all the way to Hong Kong. Few delicious flavours, patrons were spoilt for choices. Besides of traditional Original type, it has Chocolate, Chestnut, Pandan, Cheese, Chicken Floss, Spicy Shrimp and mixture. I opted for Chocolate, no further explanation needed actually. Number in queue, payment was required upon ordering. Every little egg shape was soft chewy, slightly crunchy with generous fillings. Breakable perfect size to put into mouth, it was addictive. Sweetened paste of chocolate rolled inside, the combination with strong eggy fragrant was awesome. Definitely a great snack, the price was affordable at $2.00. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-25
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I first tried the pastries (is that what you call them?) when they first opened an outlet in Jurong Point and back then the choices were limited – plain, chocolate and some others. I tried the plain ones and found that while they were tasty while eaten hot, it just got quite boring to eat these after a while. Much less when it turned cold so I just stopped frequenting it altogether.Today they have expanded their menu and have more flavours such as strawberry, pandan and pizza. I fell in love with the pizza flavour ($3.80) as each egglet is practically bursting with flavour! They have done a good job replicating the pizza flavour and the egglets are garnished with ham and cheese. Yummy! continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-13
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Bought it from this outlet at jurong point which took me nearly fifteen minutes to have my egglet ready for collection. The egglets was very crunchy and fresh. At merely $3.8 per piece, is consider quite affordable. The pizza flavour was quite flavourful and not too salty and quite appetizing. There is als9 mild cheese taste in it as well. Lots of people and was really inconvenience to take a photo shot of this stall . continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-07
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Hong Kong Egglets is located at one corner of Jurong Point Shopping Centre. Everytime as I walked passed by, I will see people crowding over the area blocking the ways. My friend was telling me about how great the egglets are a few days back and I decided to go for the flavour that she had recommended. The ordering queue is different from the collecting queues. Being 2nd in the queue, I had ordered the Pizza Flavour Egglets, S$3.80 over the counter. The egglets are freshly made upon order and collections are based on numbering system. Yout queue number will be printed out on the receipt.There are only 2 ladies manning the shop, one taking order and collecting of cash while the other making the egglets. Waiting time was about 10 minutes.The paper bag which contains the egglets have alot of holes. This is to prevent condensation from taking place after placing the piping hot egglets into the bag. At the same time also maintaining the egglet's crunchiness and avoiding a packet of soggy egglets. Instructions had been properly pasted over the stall informing customers to avoid using plastic bag if they want to maintain the quality of food.As I peeped through the opening of the paper bag, these egglets are clustered together and they looked awful to me. I detached the egglets one by one from the cluster and popped them into my mouth. Cool! Ingredients comes with hams and cheese however what I find missing was that the pizza flavour are light. I would prefer something heavier like pizza flavour "pringles" chips.There are alot of flavours available and I will want to try them in near future. For those who likes its originality should go for the original flavour. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-24
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I really love snacking on these egglets, so I always cannot help myself but to buy one packet whenever I happen to be in shopping centres where there is an outlet. I decided to try the special flavour, the Spicy Shrimp egglet which costs $2.80. This is considered the savoury flavour due to the addition of the spicy shrimp. The smell is really enticing, but the taste falls a little short as the taste of the shrimp is not that prominent. Somehow, the savory taste of the shrimp just does not really mix well with the sweet egglet batter. It is still nice though, just that it isn't as tasty as what I expected it to be. Nonetheless, it is yet another flavour less to try. continue reading
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