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Kam Wah Cafe is another highly rated restaurant which reportedly serves awesome if not the best polo bun in HK. We were there on the second day for late afternoon tea and returned again for breakfast on the fifth day of the trip.
I don’t quite remember how polo bun tasted two years ago at another established cafe in Wan Chai called Kam Fung Cafe, but this one definitely left a deep memory. I savored every moment and every bite of it.
Besides polo bun, we also tried the egg tarts – fresh from the oven! It almost burned my tongue on my first bite but worth it. The filling is soft, melts in your mouth the moment you pop it in while the skin is flaky.
We had the best polo bun and egg tart but there’s another best seller – the highly rated milk tea! No other shop can come close to this one (I didn’t try Lan Fong Yuen though). The silky smooth milk tea culminated the perfect evening.
On our return for breakfast on the fifth day, we ordered set meal – your choice of noodles with toppings such as barbecue pork or ham or something else which I couldn’t remember with sausage, ham and fried egg. The set comes with either milk tea or coffee. As with other typical char chan teng, all menu items are written in Chinese, therefore if you’re Chinese illiterate just like me, bring along someone who can read. 🙂
We also ordered another round of egg tarts plus a polo bun for myself! Talk about being addicted!
One last photo to satiate your tastebud!
Kam Wah Cafe (é‡‘è¯å†°å»³)
47, Bute Street, Prince Edward, Kowloon
Opens 6am til 12am
Direction: via MTR Mongkok Exit B3 or MTR Prince Edward Exit B2
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