This is the second time I have been to DimDim Sum Dim Sum Speciality Store – but this time a different branch in Wan Chai.

Prawn stuff aubergine and pineapple and custard stuffed puffs. The pineapple ones are mega.

Steamed BBQ pork buns. Which I am going to have a go at making some time.

Crispy noodle and Prawn rolls. These were pretty killer actually.

Fried pork rolls.

Actually posting this is killing me. I am drooling thinking about it. Too delicious.

Last but not least, the Steamed Beef with Tangerine balls. This is a traditional dish and if you are into meet – have it.

Now at three locations, Jordan, Mong Kok (Kowloon side) and Wan Chai (Island side).


December 28th, 2012 | Posted by The Booyah Cook in Hong Kong | Travel - (0 Comments)

I have written about Mrs B’s Cakery before and I am still not sure what kind of favourite it is, but is definitely one of something. Maybe just the hybrid word Cakery? It isn’t a patisserie because everything is too booyah made up to be that. And it isn’t a bakery because there is no bread. Anyway, while in Hong Kong if you want to explore around Hollywood Road, Cat Street and Gage Street then go back to your hotel room and stuff yourself on exquisite cake and watch HK TV I can fully recommend Mrs B’s as the place to go to get the cake before jumping in a taxi. Similarly, if you are travelling for a birthday or some other celebration and want to order a cake in, I would pick Mrs B’s again.

There is no seating or drinks available from the shop. It is not much bigger than the fridges the cakes are in. But there is some serious lemon curd and cheesecake going on.


The one on the left is my favourite – red bean!

Mrs B’s Cakery
39 Gough Street
Central, Hong Kong