Anyone loves eating eggs like we do? Egg isn't just something tasty but it's super nutritious. It's one of the ingredients that is commonly found in many different kinds of dishes. We've come up so much egg dishes that can easily be found in Hong Kong. You should definitely give it a go in the coming Easter holiday for an alternative Easter Egg Hunt this year!
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Omelette with Toast is a Perfect Breakfast Choice
Just like its name, this is a cute place for you to relax and refresh. It's an excellent cafe for breakfast, brunch or simply just a cup of coffee. Their omelette is mixed with bacon, chorizo, mushrooms, onions and mozzarella cheese. It's everything you'll ever need in one omelette! The price range is high; but you get what you pay for. What else is better than starting a good morning with their all day egg breakfast?
Relax & Refresh | Tanner Court, 60 Tanner Rd, North Point ★★★★☆
Three Stacks of Soufflé Pancake will Make Your Day
If eating three stacks of pancake isn't enough for you, go Soufflé! These fluffy Soufflé pancake will definitely fill your tummy up! They are soft and light, airy, sweet and very rich in the taste of egg! In here, you can grab a hand-shake tea, order one or maybe two desserts from a collection of their signature cake, Napoleon and pancake, and enjoy your brilliant day with friends and family.
Tearapy | No. 189 Portland Street, Mong Kok ★★★★☆
Italian-Chinese Fusion Cuisine is the Best Combo
This restaurant is best known for their interior, but do you know about their food well? They do Italian cuisine with a touch of Chinese style - just like the spaghetti we ordered. It's mixed with asparagus, mushroom and "golden" crab meat with a salty egg york sauce. We don't usually see salty egg york in pasta as this is kind of a Chinese thing but they come out so good that we could't resist every single bite of them.
OMG 漫花燈火 | 1/F Silka West Kowloon Hotel, No. 48 Anchor Street, Tai Kok Tsui ★★★★☆
A Hong Kong Styled Western Bakery Can't be Found Elsewhere
Dominique Ansel Bakery is everywhere across the world, but this one and only Dang Wen Li is newly open in Hong Kong has its own unique style and dishes that you can't find them elsewhere. They specialised loads of desserts in simulation of pineapple bun, ancient egg, fish ball, etc. This bakery also offer savoury food like egg sandwiches and omelette soufflé. Our top 1 favourite is their Silk Egg Katsu Sando as the deep-fried egg was so soft, smooth and instantly melted in our mouth. Everything else was in the top standard as well. From their signature pastry to the Thousand Year Egg, Dominique Ansel has never let us disappointed!
Dang Wen Li by Dominique Ansel | Shop OT G63A, G/F, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City, 3-27 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui ★★★★★
Korean Rice Omelette is Nothing like Spicy Kimchi
You were wrong if you thought spicy was the only word to describe Korean food. If you are looking for non-spicy Korean food, this restaurant is where you should go to! Here we find one of the best Korean rice omelette for you. The portion was a bit big so it's better to have it shared. It is advised to eat the rice with a spoonful of rice. Slightly cut a line in the middle of the omelette to cover all rice and you are off to eat! It's simply just tasty! This watery rice omelette will totally change how you think of Korean food!
Banchan and Cook 반찬앤쿡 | Shop 334, 3/F, Citygate Outlets, 20 Tat Tung Road, Tung Chung ★★★★☆
Hong Kong Egg Waffle Goes Perfectly with Matcha
Of course you can't do an Easter egg hunting without a try on street food, right? This On-the-go egg waffle, or if you prefer calling it bubble waffle, is one of the best local snack that every Hongkonger would probably recommend it to you. This one is hidden inside a shopping mall, and it is waiting for you to discover more than just an egg waffle! They offer a variety of flavours from original and fruity to tea-flavoured and savoury. Our pick is their matcha green tea egg waffle with mochi - it's rich in matcha with a crispy and also chewy texture. Yum!
Bove | Shop 3069-T20, Top World, Kwai Chung Plaza, 7 Kwai Foo Rd, Kwai Fong ★★★★☆
Dutch Pancake is Simple but Rich in Taste
This Dutch pancake might look too plain to be good but it did go beyond our expectation. It arrived in a very hot pan so the pancake stayed hot when eating. It was very crispy on the side and soft in the middle. The taste of egg was so strong. It was so nice to have it with the caramel sauce and the vanilla ice-cream on top. They are all so good together.
Seoulmate Cafe | 4/F, Kyoto Plaza, 491-499 Lockhart Rd, Causeway Bay ★★★★★
Japanese Tamagoyaki Omelette is Sweet but also Savoury
If you enjoy eating eggs, you have no excuse to miss this restaurant out. You can literally find egg in every single dish here. They even claim that their eggs are so fresh that you can eat it raw. We doubted it until we tried it. Their egg dishes were so delicious. We couldn't even believe that there could be so many combinations of Tamagoyaki omelette! We came back twice in one single week simply because we loved it!
Tamago-EN たまご園 | L4 Shop 08, Langham Place ★★★★★
How many pieces of egg have you found this Easter? Let us know!