A popular snack you’ll find at Hong Kong tea restaurants is the local version of french toast.. the middle is filled with peanut butter, coated in egg batter then fried. Goes well with milk tea, which is another local speciality featuring a strong brew of black tea with condensed milk..
They take there tea very seriously many tea houses will have there own secret recipe. Usually consisting of a blend of maybe 5-7 types of black tea leaves brewed for a little longer than normal giving it a very strong tea taste that cuts through the richness of the condensed milk.
More HK style western breakfasts:
The pork chop or chicken chop and toast with tea is a popular set, sometimes macaroni and ham soup, sometimes with fried sausage, sometimes with beans.