Monday, January 4, 2010

Very chocolatey tart

In Hong Kong, "tea" denotes a light meal served in middle afternoon from 2pm to 6pm. This is a practice that Hong Kong people adopted from the British concept of afternoon tea during the late period of British colonial rule. Afternoon tea is common, although not a meal served daily. My afternoon tea food consists of some light meals such as tarts, pies or more substantial fares served together with home-brewed coffee.

 Food of the day: Rich Chocolate Tart
 Indulge in the luxurious chocolate at this very special moment.
 A cup of home-brewed coffee to round off the meal


  1. wah..where did u get this piece of tempation??? im drooling.. like jughead!

  2. Claire:

    From La Promise in Taiping. It's lovely...

  3. omg it looks so so good!!! i want want!!!

  4. A very tempting tart...what else does this shop in Taiping sell besides the tart?

  5. English Afternoon Tea for two, Lemon Meringue Pies, Fruit Tarts, assorted fresh cream cakes and cheeecakes, biscotti, muffin, durian cream puffs, coffee and some rather authentic English food



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