Thursday, May 14, 2009

Australia Dairy Co @ Parkes Street, Jordan, Hong Kong

Before i flew off to Hong Kong, i had the preconception that Hongkies (if i may call them that) were people on a time bomb. Walking at incredible paces all over the street as if their lives (or jobs for that matter) depended on it.

Never did i think that Hongkies would eat at an outrageously fast pace too and introduced me to a whole new level of fast food.

Stepping inside Australia Dairy Co and you get that feeling that everyone cant wait to get their food, eat, pay and walk back out while the waiters cant wait to serve you food and ask you to buzz off.

Faced with a menu that is littered with mandarin and not knowing a word here and there, it was pressure when you wave your hand and the waiter is already standing next to you with pen and paper, muttering "what you want?"

Breakfast set x 2 please. (HKD 26 per set)

Scramble or Sunny side up? Scramble (duh? the most famous thing in your shop)

Coffee or Tea? Iced drinks + HKD 2

The day sets (HKD 28) gives you the extra option of Macaroni or Spaghetti, if not just macaroni, served chinese style, clear soup that taste "instant noodle like" with the addition of ham.

With a table so small that wont even give you space to put everything, your drink is served last after virtually gobbling everything on the plate.

The running backward and forward, the tense atmosphere created by the long queue and the rapid workers refuses to let you seat down in peace and slowly enjoy your meal. Not to mention how in the world i manage to take out my DSLR to snap 2 shots before hiding the beg out of sight.

Not a place to savour a piece of macaroni at a time or taste how in the world they make this godly scramble eggs that is velvetly smooth (did they put tons of butter? milk? msg!?)

When you leave this place, it feels as if a train just hit your stomach because you are all full without realising what you eaten.

Oh yes, the amazingly good scramble eggs. Did they put tons of butter? milk? msg!? Well how do you find out? You go into that mad swirling journey again.

Did i mention the silky milk tea, the "xin lai" translated to fresh milk but is actually similar to that "zhong lai" i had as well as the literal fresh milk i took away? Awesome.

Address and contact details:

Australia Dairy Company 澳洲牛奶公司
47-49 Parkes Street, Jordan, Hong Kong
Tel: 2730-1356

Rating: 4 stars out of 5 stars. Want a typical breakfast eaten by a Hongkie, experience the rush that they go through every single day and enjoy some of the most simple yet delicious items in the form of eggs, bread and milk? Recommended to satisfy all of the above.


Cindy Khor said...

ooo...the food in hk is really quite expensive... but looks good.

Precious Pea said...

Hahaha...i agree. You saw how they walk when the traffic light turns green especially at area like Mongkok????

sc said...

you sound all lost and confuse with all the mad rush eh? fluffy scramble eggs..shud be lots of milk.. and a greasy skillet :p

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

sc: who wouldnt when you are in unfamiliar area and well with no aim other than to explore? tried making my own with lots of milk..not the same la..

pp: haha yea..but sometimes they r slow as a cow..

cindy: relatively priced but yeah more exp than msia..

Nic (KHKL) said...

yeah, hong kong has an interesting way of doing western breakfast, similar but different to the japanese.

yeah, their pace is incredible. so, the best time to visit is right after the peak hours.

thule a.k.a leo said...

Most of the HK char chan teng offer the same breakfast on their menu... I had plenty of those breakfasts on my last trip to HK... hahaha!

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

leo: well this is just very very famous for their eggs..

nic: i suppose so..but then again its very hard to eat breakfast really late..cant get that atmosphere..

mimid3vils said...

still can get nice photo in a rush mah, hehe :P

Bangsar-bAbE said...

Godly scrambled eggs? Velvety smooth? Could it be thickened cream?

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

bbabe: i heard that the key to some awesome scramble is melted butter at the start and cream at the end..dunno la..need to go get some cream n try!

mimi: hahah routine mah..but no pic of the milk tea!

mh said...

I miss the scramble egg!!!! NIce hor!!!

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

mh: damn nice n cant replicate!

CUMI & CIKI said...

western is something i hv yet to try in HK!

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

c&c: haha its fusion..

ling239 said...

at one glance...
i tot they are selling dairy products ~ :p

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

ling239: they do..milk too!

kampungboycitygal said...

very the nice right? i was skeptical at first too :p