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恭和堂 @ Mong Kok


Tasted on 02102013

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Rated ♥♥

They sell herbal teas and herbal jellies like 龟苓膏 (the shop calls it Guiling Jelly in english). There is different prices stated on the menu so it may cause you a little confusion. Firstly, if you are having the Guiling Jelly, the hot one cost HKD$35 whereas the refrigerated one is more expensively priced at HKD$48. If you wonder why the same thing is sold more expensively, well, my guess would be its due to the bowl for refrigerated ones contains more volume so you have to pay more. Those take-away orders need to pay HKD$49 regardless of having the hot or cold version.

The Guiling Jelly has the usual texture what you would have in Singapore. A chewy jelly texture, is so soft upon biting. I didn’t give better ratings as I felt Singapore had a better version in one of the famous Guilingao Shop (They have shops in Hougang mall, Toa Payoh and so on…) that whiffs of a more herbal scent and I can really eat the authentic taste of herbs out of each bite. This one in Hong Kong didn’t satisfy me enough in both aroma and taste. But nevertheless, its cooling to have this on a hot humid day and its healing properties are health beneficial.

The herbal teas are also priced differently for having in shop or taking away. There’s also a separate price for cup drink and bottled drink. Be sure to read carefully on the menu before ordering. Light snack like the herbal tea egg is also on sale.

Some of you may have seen this brand in Malaysia too but do note they are a different company with no dealings at all.

Address
恭和堂

銅鑼灣 Causeway Bay
銅鑼灣波斯富街87號地下 2576 1001

灣仔 Wan Chai
灣仔軒尼詩道111號地下 2877 4333

紅磡 Hung Hom
紅磡馬頭圍道紅磡廣場39號地下 2773 0191

尖沙咀 Tsim Sha Tsui
尖沙咀金馬倫道15號A地下 2723 7889

油麻地 Yau Ma Tei
油麻地吳松街15-17號地下 2388 7635

旺角 Mong Kok
旺角通菜街61號A地下 2780 4970

深水埗 Sham Shui Po
深水埗福華街153-155號地下E舖 2307 8878

九龍城 Kowloon
九龍城獅子石道79號地下 2716 5063

將軍澳 Tseung Kwan O
將軍澳新都城商場3期1樓125號舖 2164 8811

荃灣 Tsuen Wan
荃灣眾安街5號地下 2439 6933

廣州分店 Guangzhou, China
廣州越秀區

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