The title might confuse you, whaaat…Tokyo in Hong Kong??? But the word Tokyo and anything Japanese seems to be quite a trend in the names of the establishments in Hong Kong last month. Take for example this popular liquid nitrogen ice cream shop in Tsim Sha Tsui, Tokyo Secret.
Gwen and I were walking along Granville Road in Tsim Sha Tsui when we chanced upon a brightly lit facade with a number of people falling in line. Slowly inching our way to the store’s front, we realized that it’s an ice cream shop. Immediately, Gwen asked for ice cream in vanilla flavor.
There was no English menu, all I can decipher are the prices of the ice cream so I just asked if they have vanilla-flavored ones. One of the staff said that I can have the Frozen Fiji which is made of Hokkaido milk.
It’s a soft serve ice cream made with Hokkaido milk, drizzled with the sweet blue sauce and topped with sweet crumbs. Sorry, Google doesn’t know what those toppings are made of.
But according to Gwen, Tokyo Secret’s Frozen Fiji is delicious!
I was able to taste this because the girl can’t finish it all by herself. I love the creaminess of Hokkaido milk, you can never go wrong with anything made with Hokkaido milk. I just find the blue sauce too sweet for my liking.
Here’s the store front of Tokyo Secret, it’s tucked in one of the small alleys but just look for the crowd and I’m sure you’ll find it.
52A Granville Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong