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Churros with a twist in Tsim Sha Tsui

Treat yourself at local churreria, Twist and Buckle.

Hong Kong has this week welcomed its first 'churreria'.

The brand new purveyor of sweet Spanish treats, Twist & Buckle, is now serving handcrafted churros 'with a twist' from its space in Hong Kong's Tsim Sha Tsui district.

Churros are a fried-dough pastry snack traditionally sprinkled with sugar that originated in Spain and Portugal and are popular throughout the Iberian peninsula and Latin America. However, it's also rumoured that the concept was originally brought to Europe from China by the Portuguese during the Ming Dynasty.

But whatever their origins, Twist & Buckle's delicious churros are freshly made in a state-of-the-art, imported Jose Luis Blanco machine - the 'Ferrari' of churro-makers - and come in a variety of flavours and fun presentations. Dig into an original cinnamon-dusted pastry, dip your pastry into yummy sauces such as dulce de leche or Hong Kong-favourite, condensed milk, or enjoy a churro twisted over soft-serve ice cream.

Wash it all down with freshly-squeezed lemonades, including the vibrant blue 'Butterfly Pea Magic' and the zesty 'Calamansi & Mint'.

Prices start at HK$22 for a churro and HK$36 for a lemonade.

Twist & Buckle is open 11am to 11pm, Monday to Sunday, 29-31 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong.


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