I'm already missing the ability to stroll downstairs at midnight and having a plethora of dessert options at my disposal.
On our first couple of nights, we found this little dessert shop a quick stroll from our initial hotel in Mong Kok. It was packed out most of the time, getting busier as the night progressed - not to worry though, as more customers came, the staff simply added more tables and chairs outside.
Honeydew melon and grass jelly sago
Mango and passionfruit cheesecake
Mixed fruit sago with ice cream
Mango and coconut rolls
These were like a dessert version of the steamed rice rolls that you get in yum.
Mango and pomelo coconut sago
This is probably my favourite asian dessert of all time - can't go past the mango and coconut combination, with a hit of pomelo!
Another dessert place I frequently visited was the ever popular Hui Lau Shan. Since it was located almost everywhere, it was a great option for a much needed sit down, after walking all day.
Watermelon and aloe jelly drink
This was a nice little sampler of everything mango - basically what you go to Hui Lau Shan for, anything mango!
Another popular chain we went to a few times was Honeymoon dessert. Not as numerous as Hui Lau Shan, the only ones I noticed were in Harbour City in TST and Langham Place in Mong Kok.
Mango and grass jelly sago
This one was a bit too artificial tasting for my liking.
I didn't realise that I had actually eaten so much dessert until after reading this post, considering that there a handful of ones that I didn't post - I pretty much had dessert every day! (sometimes twice) I think the great thing with Hong Kong is that you can pick almost anywhere to eat and it will be guaranteed to be fairly good.