Kai Kai Dessert (Jordan)

Kai Kai Dessert (Jordan)

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Hours
Sun
12:00 pm - 3:30 am
Mon
12:00 pm - 3:30 am
Tue
12:00 pm - 3:30 am
Wed
12:00 pm - 3:30 am
Thu
12:00 pm - 3:30 am
Fri
12:00 pm - 3:30 am
Sat
12:00 pm - 3:30 am
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MICHELIN
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4.5
4.5 of 5 bubbles

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CUISINES
Chinese, Asian, Hong Kong
Special Diets
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options
FEATURES
Takeout, Seating, Table Service

MICHELIN Guide's Point of View

Traditional Chinese sweet soups like tofu skin soup with ginkgo and Job’s tears, or black sesame soup boast rich flavours. Top it with glutinous rice b...
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Bib Gourmand: good quality, good value cooking
Does this restaurant serve Hong Kong food?
CUISINES
Chinese, Asian, Hong Kong
Special Diets
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options
FEATURES
Takeout, Seating, Table Service
4.5
4.5 of 5 bubbles364 reviews
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Detailed Reviews: Reviews order informed by descriptiveness of user-identified themes such as cleanliness, atmosphere, general tips and location information.

Fun8888
Kuala Lumpur1897 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 couples
Hidden gem dessert place in Jordan which is no longer hidden. Retaining their Michelin Bid Gourmand for a good number of years. This place continues to draw long queues and its opened till 1am.Usually the waiting time is about 20-25 minutes. The desserts are pretty good and ordering is simple with QR code. Make this as a to do list in Hong Kong.
Written 5 December 2023
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Choo Wai
Singapore2597 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2022 couples
This dessert shop opens till 3am daily, and has a long queue at all times. The photos don't do justice to the desserts, as the texture and tastes cannot be captured. Kai Kai Dessert 佳佳甜品 is one of the few eateries which I would give a rating of 5 stars, as they are consistently good and one bowl is never enough. This time, I had the cold 冻 versions of: 1. Green Bean Soup with Lily Bulb 百合緑豆沙, 2. Sweet Almond Soup 杏仁露 , and 3. Dried Bean Curd with Barley and Gingko 白果薏米腐竹. Everything was ground to very fine particles, and nothing was too sweet. Just be prepared to wait for up to 30 minutes, though the queue moves pretty quickly. At Jordan MTR, with Nathan Hotel across the main road. #choowai2022 #wongchoowaieats #wongchoowai #kaikai #kaikaidessert #hkdessert #dessert #desserts #dessertporn #sgfoodinfluencers #sgfoodbloggers #sgfoodshare #sgfoodies
Written 24 December 2022
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DAdadNYC
New York City597 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2022 family
A must go if you are in Hong Kong and want to taste the mist authentic Cantonese soup firm desserts. The “Wu” (thick soup form” are the best. They have walnut, sesame, almond and you can mix among them. The summer only “Water Chestnut Drink with egg flower” are fantastic. Unbeatable. Simply the best. After the 3 years time because of pandemic, it well worth the trip!!
Written 31 October 2022
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foodcrawlph
1861 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2024 family
Despite numerous visits to Hong Kong, my first experience at Kai Kai was a revelation. As a consistent winner of the coveted Michelin star, expectations were high, and Kai Kai did not disappoint. Venturing beyond the familiar, I tried their black sesame offering—a departure from the traditional flavors I was accustomed to. From the first spoonful, I was captivated by the rich, nutty taste, perfectly balanced with a hint of sweetness. The ambiance at Kai Kai is understated yet elegant, allowing the flavors of the cuisine to take center stage. Each dish is a work of art, meticulously crafted to delight the palate and elevate the dining experience. As I savored every bite, I couldn't help but marvel at the culinary mastery on display. Kai Kai's Michelin pedigree is well-deserved, and I left with a newfound appreciation for the diversity and innovation of Hong Kong's gastronomic scene. For a taste of excellence in every bite, Kai Kai is a must-visit destination for any discerning food enthusiast in Hong Kong.
Written 1 June 2024
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KYee C
Kuala Lumpur731 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 family
This place was on the food to try list during our visit to Hong Kong. Went there on one afternoon after lunch. There was a queue and all tables were occupied. The restaurant is rather small so not many tables. We opt to do take away and eat at a nearby shopping centre. Ordered the red bean and fu chuk gingko dessert. Overall, nothing special to worth the wait.
Written 4 January 2024
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Indy
London423 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2024 couples
One of the recommended places to go to for HK speciality desserts and it did not disappoint. We tried their specials - Black sesame paste and rice dumpling in ginger soup. The sesame paste wasn't anything special - it tasted like it says on the tin, like sesame paste. The rice dumpling in ginger soup was a delight, with every bite a surprise. We went late afternoon and they had run out of mango dessert with pomelo. There was along queue - maybe 15-20 min wait with a well organised token system queue. You have to share tables and it is very much a get in, eat and leave kind of affair. Cash and octopus card only.
Written 28 April 2024
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cksg f
Subang Jaya8 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 couples
Not old people friendly because ordering is complicated. You need a hand phone to be able to enter the QR programme for selecting your dessert. The pictures on the hand phone are too small to see for seniors.
Written 26 January 2024
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AsianPeregrinator
Malaysia172 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 friends
Wonderful dessert shop. Completely worth the wait of an hour. Was told usually the wait is longer. Desserts from heaven! Great service staff as well.
Written 29 December 2023
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Passenger12922029737
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2023 business
Bad taste - I ordered the dumplings and it tasted burnt and hard ( frozen), not authentic dessert. The service made it worst - hope they improve
Written 3 July 2023
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dyhx
6102 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2023 family
Famous 糖水, local Chinese desserts. There was a long queue when we got there, though it moved pretty fast. They've got many Michelin accolades hanging on the wall and photos of celebrities that have visited. The Black Sesame Paste is really good, silky smooth and not too sweet. I loved the tang yuan even more, perfectly sized for you to have it in 1 mouth, having the black sesame filling burst into flavours and not leaking onto your spoon. Worth the queue and calories!
Written 18 May 2023
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Mike S
Sydney648 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019 friends
Cantonese sweets. Not “desserts” Cantonese have fruit as a palate cleanser after a meal. Sweet items are eaten as sweets. This type of sweet is one area I can claim to be an expert. Happy to report- perfection. All the acclaim is deserved.
Written 16 December 2019
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Thomas Hui
Canada3865 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2019 friends
Located in Jordan, michelin recommended restaurant, reasonable and yummy food, crowded, i like tangyuan very much, delicious.
Written 13 December 2019
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ajanduc
Wellington137 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019 none
Kai Kai Dessert is a casual eatery that specialises in traditional Cantonese desserts. They have both English and Cantonese menus, and the pictures make it easy for ordering. If you love ginger and yummy textures, you'll love their 'Sesame Seed Rice Ball with Ginger Sweet Soup for $18 HK ($3.40 NZD). It is soft and chewy glutinous rice balls (tong yuen) filled with a smooth and velvety sesame paste in a hot ginger soup which is mild on the sugar but packs a punch with the ginger heat. It was the best thing I ate in Hong Kong, and I ended up eating it a few times while here at different spots, but Kai Kai was the best!
Written 27 October 2019
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DAdadNYC
New York City597 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019 family
If you know “Tong Shiite” (desserts soup), you’ll love Kai Kai. Every time we visit Hong Kong, we have to go for satisfying our sweet teeth. Everything is full of it’s genuine taste. Sesame, walnut, green bean, red bean, wheat and barley soaps are all great. In the Summer, you can have it cold or try the Mango and Lychee drink made only for 3 months a year called “Yuen Zhi Kum Lo” Beware of the long line during after lunch and dinner. Or just take out to enjoy them in your hotel room! Sorry, no delivery! The 90 years old grandma still taking off the shells of the nut for you. Thank you!
Written 10 October 2019
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JCK
47 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019 none
Don't have a sweet tooth but I do like my black sesame paste. Glad I decided to go across the subway underpass over to Parkes Street for a dessert nightcap. Didn't encounter the read-about long queue, got a seat within 10 minutes. Wished I had gone with a bigger group - would've been able to try more of. Managed to try 5 desserts over the course of 3 consecutive nights instead. Had the hot black sesame paste on my first visit. Hit the spot. I forgot to ask if they grinded the black sesame from scratch but it tasted like it. (Never knew black sesame bean paste can be had cold too! Tried that on my third visit - still prefer the conventional hot version. ) Another standout dessert to try is the gingko with barley and bean curd (白果薏米腐竹). The bean curd was smooth and silky but more importantly, it was within the "acceptable sweet" limit. Had their black sesame dumpling in "ginger juice" to go and that was delightful too, thanks to the "ginger juice'. There were 8 mini dumplings. The joint was relatively quieter past midnight, and there was no queue. This is a cash-only joint. Desserts average around HKD$22-24, think it was a dollar more for takeaways. There are a few other dessert joints sprinkled around Parkes Street / Temple Street but I was obsessed with trying as many desserts as I could at 佳佳. p.s. They have English menus for tourists.
Written 12 August 2019
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