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Poh Guan Cake House

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Poh Guan is proud to be one of Singapore’s oldest traditional Chinese bakeries making pastries of various Chinese dialect origins. From sweet to savory, our pastries are made using the same traditional recipe since 1930.For special occasions like Chinese weddings, we provide recommendations and cater wedding biscuits for different dialect groups.For birthday celebration of seniors, we cater longevity buns and longevity noodle decorations.

+65 65340136
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Hard to find very traditional very flavorful

Every CNY i would patronize this shop.

I think most parents or parents in law will like this , it's alot of tradition inside every piece of handmade cookie

And they have modern flavors like pistachio cookies, blueberry cookies etc...

they have kept prices unchanged for a couple of years already

do support them.

Oh,  cash only transactions, please. should not be a big problem as there are lots of banks around the area.

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Hard to find very traditional very flavorful

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Every CNY i would patronize this shop.

I think most parents or parents in law will like this , it's alot of tradition inside every piece of handmade cookie

And they have modern flavors like pistachio cookies, blueberry cookies etc...

they have kept prices unchanged for a couple of years already

do support them.

Oh,  cash only transactions, please. should not be a big problem as there are lots of banks around the area.
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