Authentic Chinese Recipes: Episode 3 Hong Kong style milk tea

Thanks! Share it with your friends!

Close

Latest episode from Wok With Nana. Watch our pretty chef gives a spin to Hong Kong style milk tea at a very authentic, traditional chachannteng (Hong Kong st…

Share and Enjoy

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Delicious
  • LinkedIn
  • StumbleUpon
  • Add to favorites
  • Email
  • RSS

Comments

C. Nguyen says:

An awesome video. I’ve always wonder what was the difference. LOL

hinwang chan says:

I should watch this Episode before I went to Hong Kong and I am Hong Kong
style Milk Tea lover and I was in Happy Valley while I was in H.K. and
didn’t realize there is H.K. Style Cafe right across the road from St. Paul
Secondary! :)


Jimmy Cheng says:

condensed milk is for what?

red4ce says:

You and your singapore friend are so cute 😉

crisding says:

Love this episode! Great stuff Nana!

Ping Chu says:

Nana, great job. It is amazing what we can accomplish when we just do it. I
know this tea place and I actually saw my friend’s flat in the film. Happy
Valley is one of my favorite places in Hong Kong too. I also ordered milk
tea to go from this tea master a couple of times. This milk tea is
definitely uniquely Hong Kong. Cannot take my eyes off your turquoise blue
ear ring though. You look smashing as usual. See you in Dulan soon. Ping

kizzmario says:

Nana, u made a very good show for Sun Cheung Hing~ Thanks for giving us
such a good memory :)

Munchiichii says:

@wokwithnana That’s really sad to hear. :( Thank you for your video! :)

Tim Wing says:

I see they also make tea with milk in Malaysia and Singapore as you do in
HK, but never in UK. Wonder why not though?

9serenity99 says:

@wokwithnana oh sad…he looks like such a sweet man. I hate what the
economy is doing to people all over the world.

Nana Chan says:

Yenli, I actually got them from this girl called Pearl from Singapore, her
brand’s called Maya and Ruhi and you can get them from the Etsy website. I
think her stuff are absolutely gorgeous!

senchaisgreen says:

Love this video. This video isn’t good to watch when you have the travel
bug, and no funds to medicate this bug. Thank you for showing the secrets
of making HK milk tea. I’ve never had it, love the thick tea cups they are
served in.

Stephen CHENG says:

Sad to learn this. Hope they enjoy the DVD and kept a good memory of this
excellent place!

Franco Kok says:

@wokwithnana HK will soon fade away from significance in a decade.

Munchiichii says:

@fgah Based on what logic?

krazyeee says:

Hi Nana, i’m going to HK and was wondering where i can get a milk tea from
a master like this? thanks

wokwithnana says:

I am sad to say the chachannteng featured in here, Sun Cheung Hing, is
forced to close due to outrageous rent hike by the landlord as of
31.10.2010. We wish the Chungs and staff all the best and hopefully, we can
see them again in a new place real soon.

Charmaine Yuen says:

omg can’t believe that you are an alumni of spss!!!!you are practically my
師姐!!! :)

wokwithnana says:

@pingchu2001 Thanks so much for your encouragement Ping! Yes I love my
earrings too, in fact you’re the only male friend to have noticed, I’m so
impressed!

yenlichew says:

nana, i love your earrings! Where did u get them from?

Write a comment

*


New Video Recipes on Facebook
Email
Print