Hui Lau Shan

5365 Alton Pkwy M, Irvine
(949) 418-7989

Recent Reviews

Alina Cedillo

Hui Lau Shan is my new favorite place for dessert! If you love mangoes as much as I do, you MUST stop by and try them out! What I had was almost like a mango icee/ purée with freshly cut mangoes on top, a scoop of delicious ice cream and rice balls. This combination may sound rich but it’s not. It is perfectly sweet, not too much or too little. Great job Hui Lau Shan!

Lynn Zhang

Very good! It’s placed in plastic bowl instead of glass bowls due to COVID but the taste of the dessert was very good. The staff was friendly as well.The not so good part was that the AC is extremely cold inside and they don’t have wifi.

Christine C

If you love mango desserts, this is the place to go. Although, if you are lactose intolerant (like a friend I ended up coming here with) they may not have many dairy free options. Also, I confer they use fresh ingredients because the sweetness of this dessert depends on the mango variety in season.

Ayden Go Oof

I've been going here for 1.5 years now, their jumbo mango chewy ball is so delicious. My mom and I enjoy it a lot and we go here occasionally and order two of those if we're craving some delicious Hong Kong style mango chewy ball.The chewy ball includes mango-coconut ice cream, fresh mango, smoothie-like mango, mango pudding, and riceballs.

Katerina Moskaliuk

I love it!!!However, you have to inform your customers about the working hours by giving the right information. Google says you open at 1:00p.m. on Fridays, your windshield says different. I trust Google, but some people just read the windshield and pass.


As a mango-lover this place is a delight! Nice decor inside the store as well.

Cerulean Fish

As a customer, I'm looking for value, cleanliness and service. Hui Lau Shan I was not able to get backstory on. Google Maps shows a chain lightly sprinkled from Los Angeles down to Orange County. We visited this Irvine location. After spicy tacos we were looking for a cool desert. Donuts and Starbucks were around. But the donut seemed too sweet, the Starbucks, pricey. HLS has custom assembled deserts centered around mango. Enter this store and see the A line offerings of mango with different complimentary ingredients. We had, A7 I believe a dish two people could share. Included was a bowl layered; black rice, 1/2 coconut milk and 1/2 mango puree, the diced mango. Presentation is superb but the light natural sweetness of all the ingredients was really a nice experience. There was also Durian pancake. A square shaped green thin almost crepe pancake. Filling was light creme fresh and Durian puree. My first time having Durian it did have a slight foretaste unique to Durian not unpleasant. Then the texture of the cream and fibrous apple sauce like Durian. An interesting desert. !!! They have seasonal dragon fruit drink in house now (11-2021). There are other parfiet like drinks available Palmetto for example. Pricing was reasonable around 25$ for two to share two deserts. We will be back to continue the light desert adventure. Last. I'd mention two staff people were very helpful and knowledgeable about the deserts and ingredients.

Allison Tran (MochiBunny)

If you LOVE mangoes, then this is your paradise. The mangoes here taste absolutely fresh and are so delicious on a hot summer day (too bad it was kinda windy when we came).Place also seems super popular, with a line coming up right to the door. The service was good, but our desserts took a while to come out, though that's expected since they're super busy.The decor is really nice, modern and urban and also really clean. However, the place is small which means lack of space to sit inside. However, there's loads of tables and chairs right outside, so there isn't much of an issue there.As for price, fairly decent pricing for what you get, but we also got the Jumbo Mango Sago which is good to share if you don't eat much. I'd definitely come again if it's hot out.

Y Yuan

If you like mango, this is the place to go! Their desserts are all made fresh and taste amazing. A little pricey but worth it for an occasional treat!

Muling Peng

Fresh fruit especially mango. Lot of mango. But too slow

Stefanie Ziller

First time to this place and I was impressed! I don't get out much these days so the self- service kiosk was tricky. I just picked some things randomly from the popular menu since there's no one there to ask questions. Mango pomelo sago and mango coconut aloe drink were delicious! Not a fan of mango chewy balls, but I also don't like boba. I like durian so tried durian pancake, but odor wasn't strong, so I think the durian wasn't fresh. And it's not really a pancake, but more like a wrapped cream puff. Overall very neat dessert place..will be back for more mangoes!

Gregory Peregrin

Would be 10/10 if Emma Laguna still worked there, still some good mango fruity stuff.

Izzy Gwen

Mango chewy ball, mango mochi and taro glutinous rice was sooooo good! Highly recommend!

Lin Wu

Good old days desert! Exactly the same flavor when I had it 15 years ago.

Twee Wong

Good, but wouldn't go out of my way to get it. My drink was a bit too sweet with too much taro.

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