Review: Hui Lau Shan, Pavilion

Finally back on track with food reviews and stuff. I was on a short hiatus for a couple of days as I had been holiday-ing in Kuala Lumpur (KL). To be honest, I don’t find this holiday to be enjoyable as the entire trip was all about walking. And the LRT system in KL is not as good as Singapore or London.

A lot of my friends fancied rotten shopping at Berjaya Times Square but I don’t find anything special in the mall apart from some of the eatery places which I couldn’t find in Brunei. I felt much more alive when I set foot at Pavilion. Insisted on going Pavilion when we were done window shopping at Berjaya Times Square.

Anyways, not gonna rattle on my shopping trip but let’s start on my review of Hui Lau Shan, Pavilion.

I came across Hui Lau Shan when window shopping at Berjaya Times Square but I was already extremely full with a Dark Chocolate from Krispy Kreme, Cinnamon Sugar from Auntie Anne’s and Strawberry Cheesecake Ice-Cream from Baskin Robbins.

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For those who had tried Hui Lau Shan, you’ll definitely know that it’s a healthy dessert cafe originated from Hong Kong just like Honeymoon Dessert. They specialize in desserts made out of mangoes. Majority of their desserts came with mangoes and other highlight fruits from Hui Lau Shan are pamelo and coconut.

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Mango Coconut Ribbon 多芒榜河 | RM10.90

The mangoes chunk were pretty sour for my liking but portion wise, they were generous. The mango ice-cream was good though. The coconut ribbon was thin and it tasted like you are eating kueh tiaw but with a thicker and chewy texture. LOL!

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Sago With Pamelo & Mango Puree 杨枝金捞 | RM10.90

Sister had this. According to her, this was good and refreshing. The portion of pamelo was moderate enough hence it doesn’t make the dessert sour. Some pamelo may make the entire dessert go sour if it happened not to be fully ripen.

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Mango Chewy Ball 多芒小丸子 | RM10.90

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Red Bean Chewy Ball 红白捞丸子 | RM8.90

Mom had this as she was having some tummy problem early in the day. So, Sister ordered her a safe option – Red Bean Chewy Ball. It tasted pretty much the same like the local Ice Kacang but this came with moderate portion of pamelo and Chewy Ball. I am not fond of their Chewy Ball as they were harder than the usual pearl balls from bubble tea outlets like ShareTea, Ochado, Chatime, Gong Cha and so on.

Hui Lau Shan 许留山
Lot 6.43.00,
Pavilion,
168, Jalan Bukit Bintang,
Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia.
Tel: +603 2110 3313

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