It looked like a dessert shop, but at the same time, it also looked like the Tua Pek Kong temple in Kuching .
Actually, She Liew San is a very well known chain of franchise shops which specialise in Mango dessert. Almost everything they sell there had mango in it. I don't know where they get so many the mango. Uncle Ting Pek Khing would have been an even happier man (he is already very happy. If I were him, I'd be too) if this shop was in Kuching. His Ming Khiong Garden's mango business would have exploded the billboard charts & the movies' top ten box office.
In Hong Kong, this mango shop is everywhere, just like Ming Khiong's Garden in Sarawak. It seems to be a very popular hang out place. We saw one at Tsim Tsai Tsui and another one at Causeway Bay, and I'm sure there's lots more.And after seeing it everywhere, you knew you needed to try it out to see what the heck it's all about. The place is small as anywhere else in Hong Kong. Seats are limited & business is brisk. When you step in, a woman would suddenly appear out of nowhere & start finding seats for you in Hong Kong speed.
Mango juice and mango cubes in coconut milk and black glutinous rice. Another thumbs up. One faboulous thing about this store is that the mango's sweetness is just nice. Not too sweet neither too sour.
Greg ordered a traditional warm simmered papaya with white fungus dessert AGAIN.
Supposedly very good for skin and throat. It was nice but nothing to shout about. I think most Hong Kongers had mastered this dessert to the hilt.
Of course there were other snack items of non-mango relations: