Egg tarts are the go-to at this Cantonese bakery, which makes both the classic and Portuguese-style versions. Both are good, and personal preference will determine whether you want the sweeter brûléed option or the silky, more savory-leaning Hong Kong-style tart. They also make milk tarts, a lesser-known cousin of the egg tart with a filling that’s reminiscent of White Rabbit candy, though these tend to sell out faster. If savory snacks are more your style, Long Wong also serves a few types of congee, various dim sum, and steamed rice rolls - one of the only places on Avenue U where you can find them. There’s a lot worth trying here, but if you have room for just one thing, it should be a sampling of Long Wong’s milk and egg tarts.
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