About The Pudding Nouveau
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For fabulous desserts in Tai Hang, look no further than The Pudding Nouveau. This dessert restaurant, patisserie and coffee shop attracts folks from all over Hong Kong to come in and try unique shakes, pies, cakes and breakfasts, both sweet and savoury. The setting is as charming as the food on offer, and the open kitchen gives the interior an aroma that’s irresistible. Found on King Street close to Victoria Park and Hong Kong Central Library, The Pudding Nouveau is well-connected to the hustle and bustle of nearby Causeway Bay and Central. Reserve a table to save your place at this charming cafe.
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For Hong Kong residents with a sweet tooth, The Pudding Nouveau is a godsend. This dessert cafe, coffee shop and Western restaurant has a glowing reputation for their sweet creations, which are all made fresh and with the finest ingredients. From waffles with ice cream to matcha milkshakes and everything in between, The Pudding Nouveau settles for nothing less than perfection in each and every one of their offerings. With smiling service to match, this Tai Hang hotspot is a must-visit.
Sweet treats and Western eats are what you’ll find over at Hong Kong’s The Pudding Nouveau, but this dessert restaurant serves more than just sugary delights. On the menu at this Tai Hang restaurant you’ll also find dishes like their hearty English breakfast and the signature Hong Kong-style duck and waffles. Of course, you can’t go wrong with their sweets. Try their oolong creme brulee with homemade vanilla ice cream, the unique smoked panna cotta and their delicious vanilla souffle served with ice cream and fruit. There’s plenty more where that came from, including rotating specials to keep you on your toes. Book ahead and make your way over to The Pudding Nouveau on King Street, just a short walk from Tin Hau MTR station.