The MMMs Awards 2021
Best Cantonese Dessert
Dragon-i (Eaters' Choice)
Decadent desserts may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Dragon-i, Wyndham's long-time nightlife destination, but it's also a favourite for foodies, who mean it when they recommend the delicious dim sum, and a sago that will satisfy any sweet tooth.
- Dragon-i, The Centrium, 60 Wyndham St, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3110 1222
You'll recognize the Tang clan's various brands easily, and their Peking Duck usually steals the show, but wait! Leave some room for dessert as their double boiled milk pudding really rounds off the night.
- China Tang, (various locations), Shops 411-413 4/F Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen's Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2522 2148
Miss Lee focuses on modern Chinese vegetarian cuisine that embodies timeless Hong Kong flavours featuring an inclusive menu that is suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Their tangerine peel custard pudding serves as a tangy, zesty finish after a wholesome meal.
- Miss Lee, G/F, The Wellington, 198 Wellington St, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2881 1811
What's a Hong Kong dessert venue without the classic 'tofu fa'? Auntie Sweet's signature dessert begets lines galore, but if something fruitier is your style, their mango pancakes also slaps.
- Auntie Sweet, G/F, 13 Tsing Fung St, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 9794 9452
Kai Kai Dessert
Serving up the most classic Cantonese desserts, Kai Kai's famous bowls are displayed in an adorable spread of easy-to-identify illustrations. Favourites include the black sesame soup with glutinous dumplings and their egg white with almond concoction.
- Kai Kai Dessert, 29 Ning Po St, Jordan, Hong Kong, +852 2384 3862
Yung Kee's recent revamp has only meant bigger and greater things for the brand. Their roast meats will always be a classic, but they certainly don't sleep on the dessert options either.
- Yung Kee, Yung Kee Building, Wellington St, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2522 1624