The freshly baked pineapple bread pastry is super thick and fragrant. The bread itself is very soft and full of air. With the thick icy salted butter in the middle, it is really delicious.
All shops are closed due to the epidemic, so we can only take out...Fortunately, the restaurant itself has a normal dining environment, but it does not affect some people who are critical of the environment like me.
The entrance of Jinhua Ice Hall is very lively. In addition to seasonal dishes and Japanese fast food, there is also promotion of award-winning pineapple oil. So I looked at the food already in the front desk and bought it. The portion is large, but it lacks the softness of butter. Thinking back carefully, what I bought was pineapple buns (6 yuan), not pineapple oil.
Hong Kong's gold medal pineapple bag, must eat to see. pineapple bag just out of the oven, hot, put a piece of iced butter, bite down, hot and ice, is the focus of ice-hot pineapple oil. Jinhua's pineapple bag is really a bite to drop a plate of debris, good to be reluctant, want to pick up to eat, but also sorry, no way, who called him pineapple bag roast so porridge, so dare to call first~
I haven't eaten pineapple buns in Hong Kong for a few days. I heard that this old store in Jinhua Bing Hall has the best pineapple buns in Hong Kong. Pineapple oil and West Toast Zan Zan Zan, the slightly salty butter and the creamy meringue melts in your mouth. The West Toast is slightly oily, with a layer of fried egg in the middle.
Signature pineapple bag. French doss. Cooked ox river.
[Hong Kong Quest] Hong Kong must eat! Pineapple buns! Remember~ [Jinhua Bing Hall] 47 Prince Bute Street, Mong Kok, Hong Kong⏰ Business hours: 06:30-23:00⭐️Per capita: 50 yuan ✔ If you only have one chance to eat pineapple buns in Hong Kong, you must go to Jinhua Bing Hall Yes, I will never regret it! ✔In the taxi, the driver strongly recommends eating this tea restaurant. It happens to be an hour before the injection in Mong Kok, so I go to this restaurant for breakfast. ✔ The pineapple buns in Jinhua Ice Hall are known as the No. 1 in Hong Kong. Jinhua’s pineapple buns are out of the oven in less than 5 minutes. They have not had a chance to cool down and have been robbed. To eat the most delicious pineapple buns, the first requirement is to order them as they are freshly baked! ✔ The environment is relatively ordinary and the space is small, but you can see the decoration pattern of the ice room in Hong Kong's traditional tea restaurant. Just like in Hong Kong dramas, there are also many photos of celebrities coming here to eat, which fully demonstrates the style of the time-honored brand . However, in Hong Kong, this kind of tea restaurant is basically a table-to-table, and it is good to be used to it. ✔ Pineapple oil is a must order in their family. The hot pineapple bun has a crispy and slightly sweet taste. Take a bite with the iced butter. The sweet and salty blend. The melting butter really complements the crispy and soft pineapple bun! You will feel the taste of Hong Kong if you bite it down! It's really delicious! ✔ The winning West Toast is not covered either! The crispy bread slices on the outside, iced butter on the hot air and topped with special honey, are thick but very soft. Don’t want the delicious ones and don’t worry about getting fat. ✔ The doll noodles are also good, they cook very soft, the char siu soup tastes very strong, the luncheon meat is super fragrant and tender with a little burnt, and super thick, it is really refreshing! ✔Iced Mandarin Duck Coffee and Hong Kong Style Mandarin Duck Milk Tea, the taste is just right, I personally think the best! ✔ The small shop is cheap and there are a lot of locals. There are often special lunches and dinners, and it feels good!
I ordered 10 Hong Kong dollars for a pineapple oil, 19 Hong Kong dollars for a frozen milk tea, and 20 Hong Kong dollars for a western toast. The price is very affordable in Hong Kong. In order to recruit this place and run with the navigation, there are many X Hua X ice rooms nearby, which misled us several times.
The most famous pineapple oil in Jinhua Bing Hall is said to be the best pineapple oil in Hong Kong. The hand-kneaded dough is coated with a thick layer of guinea lard before being put into the oven. The baked pineapple is crispy and soft, and a thick piece of butter is added before serving. The taste is not bad!