Wow! That is all I can say. These little suckers are truly addictive. I've had three or four since I arrived. Luckily for me I'm close to a branch of the famous Tai Cheong bakery, where I can load up whenever I feel like it. They're deceptively simple: eggs, sugar, evaporated milk and a bit of vanilla baked in a flour-based pie shell. They're best eaten right out of the oven - you can barely pick them up without their breaking into pieces.
The story floating on the internet is that the last Brit to run HK, Christopher Patton, named these as the best in HK - and he seems to have a lot of company. I don't know if they're the best, but I can tell you this - if you ever visit HK, make sure you try these. Pair em up with a nice milk-tea and you're good to go.
50 Jardine's Bazaar