Auntie Sweet turned famous overnight after Ada Choi, a TVB actress had blogged on Auntie Sweet Dessert. This dessert shop is a partnership by Moses Chan, a TVB actor and his colleagues. The walls are covered with photos of TVB artistes, drama and variety series. If you are lucky on your visit, you might see a TVB artiste while slurping on your dessert. Auntie Sweet has a wide variety of desserts ranging from hot to cold. Not forgetting tong yuan, pancakes, pudding and famous bean-curd jelly.

Auntie Sweet

Sesame Bean-curd Sago Soup with Black Sesame Ice-cream. (Price: HKD30; SGD5.40)

One of Auntie Sweet‘s Signature is tofu jelly. When in doubt, follow the crowd. It comes to a point where a little bowl of tofu dessert is placed on most of the tables. Naturally couldn’t help but follow suit. Sesame bean-curd sago soup tastes very slippery and delicate. Whereas black sesame ice-cream is fragrantly bitter and brings out a little sweetness from the inside.

Auntie Sweet

Mango Sago with Grape Fruit. (Price: HKD34; SGD6.05)

Mango Sago with Grape Fruit is my all-time favourite in Singapore. Auntie Sweet is very thoughtful to pick only ripe mango. So it is completely sweet without any sourness from the mango.

Auntie Sweet is located in a cosy and quiet corner at Tin Hau, where you can enjoy your dessert peacefully away from the central. I could drink a bowl of Auntie Sweet‘s Sesame Bean-curd Sago Soup everyday if it’s available in Singapore. It’s definitely a must try dessert in Hong Kong.

-We paid for our meal.

Budget Per Pax

S$5-S$7

How to go Auntie Sweet Hong Kong
Operating Hours

Monday to Friday: 12PM – 2AM Midnight.

Saturday to Sunday: 3PM – 2AM Midnight.

Address and Contact
Travel and Parking

Travel via public transport.

Exit A1;
Walk 4 minutes via King’s Road.
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