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Singapore’s Mid-Autumn Festival Legacy Long Jiang “Orh-nee” Mooncakes are renowned for its immensely popular flaky puff pastry with moist, thick & silky yam paste when it first launched 26 years ago. Today, Long Jiang culinary team insists to present the true Singapore flavour by hand –crafting every piece, infusing consumers with delight and regards with each and every savouring.

Don’t miss the best “Orh-nee” Mooncakes in town! Let Long Jiang Legendary taste complete the heart-warming moments this season!

You can purchase out mooncakes at

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Operating Hours: 10am - 10pm

+65 68791418
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The ambience was great and staffs was friendly I look forward to visit them again. If you guys have a chance to visit them it will not be a wasted trip.

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