Yee Shun Milk Company 義順牛奶公司 (Hong Kong)


Yaar!  It's driving me pine nuts!

Steamed Milk with lotus seeds

Steamed milk is a dessert served hot or cold with a creamy consistency similar to custard.  For this post I visited one of HK’s staples for steamed milk, the Yee Shun Milk Company.  I’ve had their steamed milk before and it was delicious.  Let’s see if they are still up to par.

what the heck is a milk company?

Yee Shun Milk Company Sign

We were greeted by the logo, which appears to be a befuddled cow with human eye brows.

fridge full of yum more like it.

Fridge full of steamed milk and eggs

Cold Steamed milk and eggs of various flavours.

le menu...

Yee Shun Menu

Average of about 3 USD an item.

Yuen Yan yan yan yan yan

Yuen Yan (means mixed)

Yuen yan which means either mixed or half, I’m not sure.  But it consists of milk tea, coffee and condensed milk.  Has more of a sharp flavour than normal milk tea, and not as sweet as adding sugar is not needed.

Sans lotus seeds

Steamed milk, original flavour

We had the cold steamed milk original flavour which is basically milk, sugar and some mystery ingredients to get it to solidify into a silky cream texture.  The other bowl, is at the head of this post was the same thing except with lotus seeds on top.

why am I so red?

Red syrup

Syrup for pouring on some type of fewd…

why is fried toast called french toast anyways?

Slice of french toast with gigantic butter slice

Oh, it’s for the delicious french toast.  This tasted like almost any other french toast which is yummy.  I think I can actually make a better french toast though.  The syrup was really sweet, don’t put too much on there if you try it.

Also, this is one of the Maccanese(from Macau) dishes.  They have the traditional french bread with pork chop, macaroni and ham soup and so on.

This is a great little stop if you are overheating from the humid Hong Kong weather.  The steamed milk is their specialty and a must try.  It tastes different warm also, so stop in when it’s cold also.

Yee Shun Milk Company 義順牛奶公司

Address: 385-391 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay

Hours: N/A

Pricing: Low.  You can get any item for about 3 USD or less.

Food: Good quality for the price.  There are different steamed milk stores also all around the same value.

Signature Dish: Steamed Milk is a must try.  Try it cold and hot.

Facilities: This restaurant is fairly clean similar to a cafeteria.  There’s zero ambiance, it’s a serve eat and go place.

Service: Quick and abrupt.  Once you get your dishes, you’ll have to flag them down if you want to order again.  Don’t expect a smile here.  But it’s ok you don’t need to tip!


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