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Tong Heng Confectionery

Desserts
Tong Heng Confectionery, around since 1920, is known for their traditional Chinese pastries and egg tarts.
Daily: 9.00am - 10.00pm
62230398
$8 based on 23 submissions
Take Away (8 votes), Cheap Eat/Budget (4 votes)
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Egg Tarts: Smooth and silky filling!

I wouldn’t say that the egg tart is extra phenomenal and out of the world, however it definitely is worth the try if you’re big on flaky crusted egg tarts. Once again, a huge thumb up for Tong Heng when it comes to preserving the tradition, delicacies like this are getting harder to obtain by the minute. The egg tarts are also reasonably priced at $1.40 a piece, head down to the stall if you’re round the corner!

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  • Egg tarts6 votes
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12 Oct 2013 • 116 reviews • 0 follower

Egg Tarts: Smooth and silky filling!

I wouldn’t say that the egg tart is extra phenomenal and out of the world, however it definitely is worth the try if you’re big on flaky crusted egg tarts. Once again, a huge thumb up for Tong Heng when it comes to preserving the tradition, delicacies like this are getting harder to obtain by
26 Jun 2012 • 2 reviews • 9 followers

Tong Heng vs Liang Chen Mei Dian's Wife's Biscuits

My husband LOVES wife's biscuits, and one time we bought and tried wife's biscuits from many different bakeries (I didn't know about Tong Heng then) but we found that Liang Chen Mei Dian's wife biscuits was the best.

Recently when I called, LCMD said they stopped making wife's biscuits, and so I
29 Jan 2012 • 4 reviews • 20 followers

Nice pastries but service is bad

My mum visited the Tong Heng shop at Chinatown this afternoon and she was disappointed with the service. We have stopped patronising the shop for two years due to a previous bad experience with the service and today proved disappointing as well.

My mum wanted to look for nian gao but there was none
11 Jan 2012 • 375 reviews • 31 followers

Tried almost everything..

For photos, please visit Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow.

Tong Heng has been around since the early 1900s! That’s 100 years of history in Singapore.

There are two main Chinese pastries in Chinatown, both with their own distinct taste but I prefer Tong Heng. I’ve tried almost everything there including
18 Aug 2011 • 107 reviews • 2 followers

Tong Heng vs Liang Chen Mei Dian



Tong Heng Egg Tart

 The boy and I both agree that Tong Heng's is better! We like the thinner + flakier crust and the oh so soft custard!!! Its aroma is wow~~~ The boy and I always buy this whenever we go to Chinatown! MUST-TRY!!! Tastes nice whether its piping hot or not~ 5/5

 



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