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Lady M Hong Kong marks second store

Lady M Hong Kong, the local arm of the New York cake shop chain, has opened its second cafe in the city.
The luxury cafe concept which is already in Singapore (one of its two locations there is pictured above) opened its first Hong Kong outlet in the Harbour City shopping centre several months ago. The second is in IFC Mall
The Hong Kong franchise of Lady M is owned by Stephen Yeung and Tammy Wu who will use recipes from New York to create regular and season offers in the cafe.
The highly awarded concept also has four cafes in the US (three in New York and one in Los Angeles) and three in Seoul.
To mark the new store, Lady M’s chefs have created a unique to Hong Kong cake: Earl Grey Mille Crepes, featuring 20 layers of thin crepes with Earl Gray tea-infused whipped cream in between. The luxury dessert costs HK$75 a slice.
LadyM New York
In New York, the company focuses on making the “freshest and finest” handmade cakes and supplies leading restaurants in New York and LA.  It says its pastry chefs “follow recipes that have been refined over the years to provide the highest quality in taste and appearance”.
Lady M’s signature mille crepes have been named among the Top 10 Cakes in America by Bon Appetit magazine and its gateau nuage as Best Cheesecake in New York by New York Magazine and the brand has been endorsed by Oprah Winfrey.
Besides cakes, Lady M serves coffee and 12 blends of signature teas.

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