Milk Trade

4/F Hole in the Wall, Century City Mall, Kalayaan Ave. cor. Salamanca St., Poblacion, Makati, Metro Manila

Milk Trade
4.1
4.0 Stars

14 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 3
  • 4 stars 9
  • 3 stars 2
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 16 Reviews
  • 54 Recommend
  • 14 Reviewers
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Dessert
Business Hours
Open: 11:00a - 9:00p

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p

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Most Recent Reviews

Wennifer C.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Clarissa P.
5.0 Stars
3

The first time I saw Milk Trade in Hole in The Wall, I knew needed to try it. I've been attracted to and have been liking eggettes that have been sprouting like mushrooms in our market lately. Being one of the popular street food in HK, these HK Style Waffles are pretty good canvass for sweet or savory sides and toppings.

From the same brains behind Le Petit Soufflé, the concept was very simple - steamed milk and HK Style Waffles or Eggettes, that's it! We've tried a couple of combinations during our numerous visits since my children love munching on these.

I got the chance to try the Matcha Waffle recently. Paired this with their Chilled Yolk Steamed Milk which I like better than the chocolate flavored one. It was flan like since they added egg yolks into the milk, soft and very smooth! It kinda reminded me of the custard in an egg tart.

Now onto the Matcha Waffle, if you've tried anything matcha from Le Petit Souffle and/or Scout's Honor, you'll get the same type of Matcha here. The Matcha wasn't the super bitter and grassy type. It was more flowery and mild but nonetheless, still great! Same waffle quality - crisp outside and soft inside. I also tried pairing this with Chilled Chocolate Steamed Milk during another visit and they also went perfectly together!

Not so thrilled to try their Plain Steamed Milk but I'll go back for the new item in their menu that has mangoes in it. I'm also hoping that they'll add more waffle flavors as well as steamed milk variants!

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Ang-ang P.
5.0 Stars
3

I'm obsessed with anything milk. When I saw Milk Trade in HITW I immediately forgot the pizza that I was eyeing for on the first stall. This is really good, texture like chilled taho that you can find in FamilyMart. I got the chocolate and eggette filled with dard chocolate. I'm gonna come back soon.

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Clarissa P.
4.0 Stars
3

Milktrade is a staple when I go to HITW with my kids. They love their waffles and steamed milk! Classic, chocolate and matcha flavors - yep we've tried them together with the chocolate steamed milk.

Right after our Pepita's Kitchen stint, I decided to check what's new in Milktrade. I tried their Black Sesame Eggette and paired this with their Chilled Plain Yolk Steamed Milk.

The Yolk Steamed Milk was delicious! Loved the smooth texture and the custardy - egg tart-y flavor. It wasn't too sweet at all and was kinda bordering to leche flan taste. SARAP! The Eggette had a nice crunch from the outside but it was soft and warm inside. It had black sesame flecks but didn't taste like black sesame at all 128563 Maybe they should add more black sesame into their waffle batter.

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Mae A.
4.0 Stars
2

I loved how this wasn't that sweet. Not sure how authentic this is but some say it is. I just know that I don't have to look that far if I want some good eggettes or steamed milk! Price wasn't bad too. Pretty affordable for something oh-so-yummy 128523

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Jayson J.
4.0 Stars

Then i tasted their goods. The once i thought na nilalangaw eh masarap naman pala.

128204128525matcha eggette
Matcha lovers will surely like this. Unlike other matcha goods, this eggette's flavor is strong. Hindi nakakaumay.

128204128525 chocolate pudding
Ah. Panna cotta chocolate. Chocolate gets darker at the bottom (chocolate residue)

One good stand at HITW. Good for snacks only.

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Reich T.
4.0 Stars

Milk Trade.  One of the new players at HITW.  I've had plans of trying 'em before,  say a couple of days after they opened.  Plans didn't pan out as procrastination got in the way. 

This time around,  what prompted me to swing by HITW is the horrendous traffic along J. P. Rizal.   I decided to wait it out whilst the Shaman performs some voodoo thingy to eliminate traffic. 

Delusions aside,  i got the Matcha Eggette and the Mango infused steamed milk.  Yes,  my decision was solely based on Marjorie G 's review and my undying love for matcha.   This is my first time to try ze HK specialty,  the bubble wrap waffles or Eggettes in layman's terms.  I liked it.  The crispy non-puffed sides is so good,  and the bubble wrap part is weally fun to eat.  For some weird reason,  i kept on hearing a popping sound everytime i take a bite. 

Steamed milk is foreign to me,  at first glance it doesn't look appetizing.  It's like a blob of yellow goo on the bowl.  Texture wise,  it reminds me of bean curd.  As for the taste,  it's creme brulee x custard.  Think of the filling inside a tart.  It's not too sweet,  not cloying and goes well with the bubble wrap. 

Overall,  i liked Milk Trade.  Perfect snack while waiting for the traffic to slowly die and wither away.  Wishful thinking,  i know.  A girl can dream after all.

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Marjorie G.
4.0 Stars
6

My first reaction was, "What are those and why do they look weird?" But it's one of those cases when you really shouldn't judge the book by its cover because the moment I took a bite, I was sold. These flavored eggettes are delicious, whether you eat them alone or with the flavored steamed milk. It's like a waffle with bloated holes, it really looks weird, but they're really good. I particularly liked the matcha flavor. For the steamed milk, I loved the mango flavor. It's like a hybrid of a pudding and a creme brulee. It was so good I ate it more than the eggettes 128514.

But really guys, you should try the eggettes at Milk Trade. You will like it too.

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Clarissa P.
4.0 Stars
2

Back to regular |ooloo programming, back to my backlogs 128517 My reviewing can't keep up with my eating!

Visited Hole in the Wall one weekend with the family and I decided to try Milk Trade as a "side snack" for my Liberation Shawarma dinner. Don't expect much from this store coz they literally sell steamed milk and HK Style Waffles or Eggettes. That's it.

Got a Chilled Chocolate Steamed Milk with plain eggette and a glass of their HK Milk Tea.

The eggette was served warm - crispy outside, pillowy soft inside! The chilled chocolate steamed milk was silky and custard like in texture. It wasn't super chocolatey but had the right sweetness. Nothing so special but my kids loved this. They loved dipping and even soaking each eggette bubble into the steamed milk.

The HK Milk Tea was just okay. 100Php for a small glass of brewed tea with milk and ice - nothing special.

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Melody T.
3.0 Stars

Yey for eggettes in Manila!

Wish the bubble waffles were served piping hot like the one you get on Macau and Hong Kong streets but well, one can't be choosy 128540 Had the black sesame - they were crispy and I was satisfied with the flavor, not too sweet!

The steamed milk kinda reminded me of eating tofu. It's not as silky as the authentic ones.

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Wiljohn M.
4.0 Stars

Finally one need not to travel far to enjoy steamed milk. Milk Trade's steamed milk is as good as the one being served at the Australian Dairy Company in HK.

Unlike its foreign counterparts, Milk Trade offers three options for steamed milk (egg yolk, egg white and choco flavored). One can also choose to eat it warm or chilled.

Steamed milk is not one you would want to eat on a regular basis but if you have the craving for it, Milk Trade is the place to be.

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Jill B.
4.0 Stars

I actually just saw Milk Trade from someone's review here on looloo. So I decided to try it. Since its my first time, I asked for the cashier personnel to help me order. They serve Eggettes that comes with different flavors: matcha, sesame and dark chocolate. Then they have 3 options also for the partner of the eggettes: Chocolate Milk, Yolk and Egg white. We decided to order Matcha and Dark Chocolate Eggettes. I got the Dark Chocolate Eggettes with the warm Yolk and it was amazeballs! Dark Chocolate served as a filling inside the eggette plus the Yolk was like a taho minus the sweetness and the sago. With my cousin's order, Matcha Eggette partnered with Chocolate Milk was also the bomb! I cannot taste the authenticity in the Matcha Eggette though but it was not that bad. Chocolate Milk was great also. They served it chilled since the cashier personnel told us that it is best chilled. Not too sweet also. I think this is the best and most affordable that I had yet from Hole in The Wall.

#henrysinstaxgiveaway

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Em D.
3.0 Stars

I'm not sure who compared Milk Trade's eggettes with Eggnog biscuits (ikaw ba siz Peanut D??) but... It really did remind of Eggnog 128514128514128514128514

It was just OK. Maybe I should've tried the chocolate one instead? 🤔

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Jindra D.
5.0 Stars

Newest baby of Hole in the Wall! 128118🏻

Eggettes or egg waffles which comes with double skinned milk. My friend and I tried the chocolate and the plain with yolk. Chocolate tastes like chocolate pudding while the plain yolk tastes like leche flan minus the sweetness. Aside from the two, there is also plain white skinned milk, which I've yet to try. Skinned milk can be served chilled or warm. The crew told us that chocolate and yolk are best-served chilled, whereas the white is best-served warm.

I must say that I loved this one and will definitely go back. The price is worth-it anyway. 128522

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April H.
4.0 Stars

Shuang Pei Nai or double skin milk is a popular Cantonese dessert... Basically made up of eggs, milk, and sugar, the characteristic double skin comes from the process of boiling then steaming the concoction... This can be served warm or chilled and in a variety of flavors...

Eggettes or egg waffles are essentially waffles with a unique spherical shape... They can be seen everywhere in HK and Macau. This is typically served hot with jam or fruit or can be enjoyed alone.

Milk Trade is the new kid on the block at Hole In The Wall and the latest offering by the Tasteless Group... It offers the double skin milk with a side of eggettes... Since we were already at CCM for a movie, we wandered to HITW for late lunch and figured we would try this for dessert. They have a version with egg yolk, one with egg whites alone and one flavored with chocolate. You can ask for it chilled or warmed or with an extra serving of egg waffles.

Since it is so warm these days, we opted for chilled egg white double skin milk... It was really enjoyable with a velvety texture and very light in taste... Best description would be a cross between a pudding and a flan... The eggettes were fluffy in the middle with crisp edges and it was delicious! Try dipping it in the double skin milk for contrasting textures... Really simple and light but it satisfied my sweet cravings. My bf and I both enjoyed it and definitely not bad at P150!128077🏻

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Peanut D.
4.0 Stars

Tried a new stall at Hole in the Wall!

HK Egg Waffles are something I haven't tried yet and now that it seems like it's starting to become a bit more popular, I knew I had to try it out for myself.

This one comes with a bowl of double skinned milk. I looked this one up and it basically means there are two layers or "skins" of milk. It comes from both boiling and steaming milk. Sounds complicated!

The milk was cold and had a pudding texture. I ended up just dipping my waffle in it. I couldn't really eat it by itself because I found it a bit too sweet. Maybe Jairus d will like it lol. Reich T

The rolled waffle with bubble wrap-like pockets had crispy edges but was soft in the center. It was a little toasted that it reminded me of barquillos. I told Jenn N about this observation and she said it shouldn't taste like that. Personally though I didn't mind lol. It was sweet and crispy!

Overall, I liked this one and will get it again! Maybe I'll try the original double skinned milk flavor next time. 128522127868127854

For those familiar with the original HK egg waffles - where's the best one in Manila? 128558

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