It is no doubt that Hong Kong remains some of the top city when it comes to diversity of food and with all varieties; a few street snack stood the test of time. Egg waffles, toast, and milk tea, are some of which that remained signature ever since they were made popular. Today, their egg puff remains a sentimental snack that’s popular among locals.
This Hong Kong style light snack has landed here in Malaysia and setting a wave with one outlet opening for the next few weeks to come, the first of Dairy Tooth is officially launched in Berjaya Tines Square. The brand is already made popular across China with more than 1000 outlets, and this Hong Kong style cafe is all set with vintage decors resembling old school Hong Kong cafes.
Selling a series of beverage with signature Hong Kong milk tea being the highlight, the brewing is precise when the finest ingredients are used to make sure of the silkiest taste in a cup that’s ready to go. Together with an entire series comprising of both tea and juices, as well as the dairy or non coffee selection, there should be something for everyone.
And speaking of ready to go cup, some of their hot beverages are prep fresh on a daily basis with a limited number and is cleverly served in a glass jar with a lid that you can take with you. Famous Mongkok Jelly (RM 10.90) is this dessert beverage in a jar with both crystal jelly and black herbal jelly, and topped with fresh cubes of mango. And for those who believe in dessert made into beauty regime, there is your Healthy Asian Pear Tea (RM 10.90) that’s lightly sweetened. And although they are served hot, this one taste so much more refreshing if you were to chill them in the fridge before prior consumption.
The snacks are selling within the range of RM 6.90 – RM 9.90, and the grab to go egg puff waffles are the main thing on their snack list. From Dairy Tooth Original HK Egg Puffs (RM 6.90) to the contemporary flavoured ones like the Seaweed Egg Puffs (RM 7.90), Cheese Egg Puffs (RM 8.90), Sesame Egg Puffs (RM 7.90) or Chocolate (RM 6.90), they are all improved and made to a good consistent by the team. Sure there is a bit of chaos for now, but given some more time to establish operational flow would surely be a whole lot better. But the staffs are serving with a smile and tons of politeness I think we can cut them some slack with the long waiting time.
For an extra treat, there are waffles and toast too.
Here is their single page menu. Did you see anything you like? I say go for the signature milk tea (I prefer them hot) and the sesame egg puff.
Dairy Tooth Malaysia’s first outlet is located at:
3rd Floor (in front of GSC cinema ticket counter)
Berjaya Times Square,
1, Jalan Imbi, Imbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur