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Introduction
Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert serves a variety of Hong Kong style desserts, such as the Sheng Kee Mango Pomelo. There is also a selection of Hong Kong noodles, rice and snacks such as HK Wanton Noodle, Braised Pork Belly with Mui Choy Rice and Carrot Cake. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.shengkeedessert.com
Signature Dishes
Almond Sesame Paste Mango Pomelo Sago Mango Pudding Osmanthus Jelly
Review (3)
Level1 2017-02-28
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Write review here is because Hillion Mall is not listed in here yet. This Hillion Mall is just opened on 24/02/2017 so is a new mall and this is new branches.Ordered Signature Combi Noodle dry,$8.90,it comes in either soup or dry selection. Like its' noodle is springy,char siew is yummy and it's dumplings is tasty too. The Scholar's Chicken Rice set,$9.90,it comes with one siew mai and a 'black sesame jelly'. Find the chicken tasty with lots of garlic paste but a bit salty. Doesn't like its hot Honey Lemon drink,$2.90.Overall service is attentive It just charge 1% Service Charge only and 7%GST continue reading
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Level1 2016-12-23
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The food is great and the noodles is very Q~ The portion is very filling but the pricing might be a bit exp. continue reading
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After a long day of shopping for Chinese New Year goodies, we went to Hong Kong Sheng Kee for a tea break. The restaurant was having a three desserts for the price of two promotion. My choice of dessert was always the cold one, especially if I wanted to feel refreshed. I was delighted to see my mango sago ($4.9) arrived with basil seeds on it! This is what I usually do - find the basil seeds in every mouthful and try to bite the seeds. It was actually quite a challenge as the seeds were really small and slippery.We have two black sesame paste lovers at the table, and both of them chose yuan yang paste (3.9), which means you get to choose two flavors of paste in a bowl. There were four types of paste to choose from - red bean paste, black sesame paste, tripe wheat paste and almond paste. Below is the black and white combination, with the black being black sesame paste and white being almond paste.And this, is the black and red combination, with the red being red bean paste. The sweetness was just nice, it doesn't make me feel guilty at all indulging in them. It seems to be a trend now to serve dessert that is not overly sweet, maybe due to the increasingly health conscious society. We wanted something to munch on so we ordered yam cake ($2.9) for sharing. We weren't expecting much as we were there mainly for the dessert, but these yam cakes were really yummy. There were generous amount of fried shallot on top, adding the crunchy texture to every bite of the soft yam cake. Do you notice the yam cubes inside the yam cake? I prefer finding yam cubes in the cake rather than the all mashed up version. One point to note is that there was no high chair provided in this restaurant, and the seating was a bit small, so if you bringing your little ones, be prepared to carry them throughout. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)