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603 Tau Sar Piah (603 豆沙饼)

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Famous for their tau sar piah, this stall is located along Balestier Road.

Daily: 07:00 - 18:00

+65 62500692
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They also have the best baked (not steamed) pork char siu bao.  Many pastries, including various flavoured puffs - savoury and sweet.

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They also have the best baked (not steamed) pork char siu bao.  Many pastries, including various flavoured puffs - savoury and sweet.
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