09 Oct '11, 2am

By @Misstamchiak - Hong Kong: Australia Dairy Company

By @Misstamchiak - Hong Kong: Australia Dairy Company

The Australia Dairy Company is a must-go destination for any discerning foodie in Hong Kong, and There is always a queue of people waiting outside its doors no matter what time of the day to enjoy their famous scrambled eggs and steamed milk puddings. Cups of tea were served once we were seated. We use the hot tea to wash their utensils but it is safe for consumption as well. The waiters here are all men and all of them were wearing a old school white shirt and carrying a small little notepad around. The scrambled eggs are probably the simplest thing you could ever make, but it truly takes skill to make it tasty. Australia Dairy Company uses Hokkaido Milk in the cooking process to enhance the sweetness in flavor. They also use chinese stove with intensive heat & flame for the prepartion of the eggs. The scrambled eggs here are the lightest and fluffiest eggs I have ever ta...

Full article: http://www.misstamchiak.com/2011/10/australia-dairy-compa...

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Hong Kong: Australia Dairy Company

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