Hong Kong 2013: Yee Shun Dairy Company (Yau Ma Tei) 港澳義順牛奶公司

One of my must-eat missions in Hong Kong was Yee Shun Dairy Company’s famed steamed milk pudding. After trying, I’m delighted to say it’s really worth the trip!

Steamed Milk

Lotus Nut On Steamed Milk In Two Films (hot) 蓮子雙皮奶

Ethereally smooth and light, this bowl of milk pudding is incredibly comforting. Its texture is even more delicate than our local tau huay 豆花. The pudding has a distinct milky fragrance and is not too sweet.

Of course, you probably have to be a milk lover first to appreciate it. It’s available both hot and chilled.

We tried the Lotus Nut On Steamed Milk With Two Films. The lotus seeds are sweet and tender to the bite. Mmm! They also have other toppings like sweetened red bean.

Steamed Egg

Steamed Egg (chilled) 燉蛋

We also tried the cold Steamed Milk with Egg. This one is a lot firmer than the hot milk pudding. I didn’t quite enjoy the strong eggy taste.

Yee Shun's menu

Yee Shun’s menu

Besides the original steamed milk and steamed egg puddings, there are other variations like ginger, coffee, or chocolate. The menu here is not just limited to milk puddings; they have light bites like Macau pork chop buns too.

Yee Shun Dairy Company 港澳義順牛奶公司
G/F, 513 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei
油麻地彌敦道513號地下
Tel: +852 2332 2726

Open daily. Not sure of their exact opening times, but they close pretty late, around 11pm.

Other branches:

G/F 506 Lockhart Road, Causeway Bay
Tel: +852 2591 1837

63 Pilkem Street, Jordan
Tel: +852 2730 2799

244 Sai Yeung Choi Street, Prince Edward
Tel: +852 2393 3301

Photo(s) in this post are taken with Sony NEX-3N (review unit from Sony Singapore).

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Comments

  1. says

    i love this place!!! yummy!! you just got me all excited by looking at the pictures! i tried at a different branch, the one at causeway bay though… but i’m sure it’s the same goodness. if you’re still there, try the red bean too. love it!

    • says

      Unfortunately I’m already back in Singapore. 🙁 But yes, I’ll definitely try the red bean version next time I go Yee Shun. 🙂