The Hong Kong Waffles @ Mam Bebs Bakeshoppe

February 24, 2014 - After our lunch at Harana in Torres St., we decided to head in the office as my mom attends a manager's meeting while in my case, my quest was to try the Hong Kong Waffles at Mam Bebs. After seeing the posts of my friends eating the waffle, I had the urge to try it out!


Hong Kong Waffles
Hong Kong Waffles originated of course in Hong Kong. Fellow blogger and owner Andrew told me that it was the old lady who made such waffles and it's actually a street food that is so popular. It's why Mam Bebs is the first one to offer Hong Kong Waffles here in Davao.


Hong Kong Waffles with Chocolate Chip
What made this waffles unique? You can clearly see that it looks like an embossed waffle and what I like about this waffle are the circles inside which is also the reason why I want to try this waffle. They recommended me to try with Chocolate Chip. So, I chose the one with the Chocolate Chip since it sounds delicious with the Hong Kong Waffle. I applied the "Rule of Thirds" in the picture above. (Sorry for the blurry picture.. I didn't know till I found out in the PC.)


Closer look
This version of Hong Kong Waffles has a Chocolate Chip sprinkled with confectioner's sugar which made the waffle look more presentable. When this was served into my table, I didn't expect that it would be big but I'm happy with it! Price: 35 Pesos.


Little circle!
The Taste:
I'm actually satisfied on the taste for a 35 Peso waffles. The Chocolate Chip went very well with the waffle and unlike pancakes, I had big slices of it and it was a delight! The bonus was the confectioner's sugar which added a sweet flavor to the waffle. To be honest, I enjoyed eating the waffle since it has little circles with it (hehe!). A perfect treat after a good lunch.


Milk Tea
Andrew also offered me to try their milk tea since I'm a milk tea lover, this was a perfect thirst quencher and partner to my Hong Kong Waffles. Of all the milk teas I've tried, this version of milk tea has a genuine taste which I was searching for years! Nowadays, milk tea is now incorporated with other flavors to the point that the taste of milk tea is completely diminished. If you're searching for a true taste of milk tea, Mam Bebs is the destination.


And... I'm done!
Well, it's obvious that I loved the Hong Kong Waffles and the milk tea! If you're searching for a unique and fancy waffles, have a taste of Hong Kong at Mam Bebs! They're still thinking of new flavors to incorporate with the waffles to have more choices. A big THANK YOU to Mam Bebs for the snacks and the milk tea. I will be back for sure.



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20 comments:

  1. I wish we had that in Manila.. I am a big waffle person and I get my fix from Pancake House

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  2. Those waffles look tasty, I would love to try them when I get the chance.

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  3. Food prices are all reasonable and affordable. I wonder how the milk tea tastes like... if it's Hong Kong then it might be different from the usual ones sold in milk tea stalls.

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  4. It looked like pancake. But, I guess that's worth a try, as I can see in your empty plate in the last photo :) Soon, they will bring a branch / outlet here in Metro Manila.

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  5. From the pictures alone, the waffle looks so crisp already. It must be really tasty having the actual one.

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  6. That is a big waffle for 35 pesos, looks tasty too. I hope a branch in Metro Manila will open soon. That's would be a great snack/treat. :)

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  7. That looks really yummy! I think I can finish 2 of that. Hehe

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  8. That waffles looks delish and I like that it is affordable for only P35.

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  9. Looks good! And at P35 the price is not bad. Can't wait for them to have a branch in Manila.

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  10. This is good for snacks or breakfast, and it looks yummy! Very cheap for 35 pesos only. They have a branch in Manila area?

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  11. WOW! Empty plate means full tummy. This waffle is a must-try. I love blueberry cheese cake but this one looks yummy-licious!

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  12. IMO, I think Blueberry and Mangoes are healthier alternative to tandem with hong kong waffles. I will try this out when I visit Davao.

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  13. Hmmmm....love this kind of a waffle. I was so much looking forward to get and eat here after all I heard about this.

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    1. You have to try it! The waffle can't wait! hehe! :D

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  14. I've tried this kind of waffles in HK. I wonder where can I buy this here in Manila.

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  15. Wow it's really affordable and seems like you got more than what you paid for. I hope they will have one here in Manila, particularly the south area so I can visit and try it out as well. :)

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  16. I really need to try this most talked-about hong kong waffles nila kuy! And hopefully, I can also write about it on my food blog. Thanks for sharing this Jonas!

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    1. You're welcome Algene! You have to try it!

      It's the reason why I'm now frequent at Mam Bebs.. :D

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    1. It's in front of the City Triangle. :)

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