Hawaii Mom Blog: Puffettes




September 7, 2011


I've heard about this new food truck on many social media websites (Twitter, Facebook, Nonstophonolulu). I finally tracked them down on Ward Avenue on Labor Day. They are normally closed on Mondays, however, I guess they decided to open today since it was a holiday.

They were parked under a tree on Ward Avenue in front of Sports Authority.

They have a little sheet that describes what an egg puff is. You are free to take one. An egg puff is basically a spherical pancake popular in Cantonese-speaking regions of China. It is made from egg, flour, light evaporated milk, and sugar.

They have a really nice video menu board.

We tried the original (custard) egg puff for $3.50.

For $3.50 you get 35 of these little interconnected balls

I erroneously thought that they were custard-filled, therefore, I was disappointed when I took a bite and discovered otherwise. To me, it tasted bland, although I think what many people like about this dessert is that it's light and not too sweet. No arguments here - it's definitely light and not sweet.

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