Sweet Tooth is situated at Tsim Sha Tsui, in the heart of Hong Kong. It offers a wide range of sugary and pretty desserts including waffles, pancakes, ice cream, fondue, soufflés and many more. Sweet Tooth not only serves dessert, they also offers western all day breakfast if you wish to have a main before dessert. Spoilt for choices and it was tough to choose one. True to Sweet Tooth‘s motto, when you eat, appreciate every last bite.
Sweet Tooth Banana Latte Waffles. (Price: HKD62; SGD11.10)
Tiramisu cake and Movenpick vanilla ice cream were quite average. However, something special in this dessert is the banana with burnt sugar. Waffles arrived cold despite waited for an hour and after multiple checks with the crew. It could be better if there is more sauce as the waffles were plain.
Sweet Tooth Lavender Earl Grey Pudding. (Price: HKD50; SGD8.90)
The biscuit taste like earl grey pudding, topped with 1 scoop of Movenpick vanilla ice cream and sprinkled with lavender. You got to be an earl grey lover as the taste is intense.
Sweet Tooth Baked Alaska Creme Brulee. (Price: HKD43; SGD7.70)
The best is left for the last. The light crisp top layer and soft and sweet on creme brulee makes me wants to have a second serving. The burnt sugar is love.
Sweet Tooth Banner Menu listing the signature dishes.
Sweet Tooth movenpick ice cream corner.
Dazzling and light-hearted dessert place at Sweet Tooth.
Sweet Tooth average waiting queue is 20 minutes. And average waiting time for dessert is 30 minutes. Service could be better improve to check on pending order. I would preferably visit Auntie Sweet in my next Hong Kong travel trip.
-We paid for our meal.