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$8/pax

based on 19 reviews
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Egg tarts6 votes
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Take Away8 votes
Cheap Eat/Budget4 votes
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RubbishEatRGrow
 • 11 Jan 2012 375 reviews 31 followers
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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 the Chinese desserts.

Over the years, I’ve tried most of their products, even their Chinese desserts. (Bet you didn’t know they sell Chinese desserts!) The diamond-shaped egg tart is the most awesomest! Because it sells quickly, they are always baking new batches and so the tart is usually hot. It’s like M&M, melts in your mouth, not in your hands, with just the right amount of sweetness. The other specialty in the shop is the char siew su. This one is different from other places because there is a slight saltiness to it, the char siew is moist and just a little bit charred–which is the best kind of char siew. My third favorite is the egg cake (鸡蛋糕) because it’s light and fluffy.

The shop also does chinese new year goodies, mooncakes, wedding pastries andbaby’s first month.

Although there are seats in the shop, which is like the Chinese style of a cafe, people usually takeaway.

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foodmakespplhappy
 • 18 Aug 2011 107 reviews 2 followers
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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

 



Liang Chen Mei Dian Egg Tart

 Well, its kind of just across the road! Haha the egg tart's considerably smaller compared to Tong Heng though its considered the usual size of egg tarts haha. Anyway this had a rather thick crust that we didnt like! 4/5

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Must tries: Egg tarts

I also recommend this place for:
Brunch, Cheap Eat/Budget, Take Away

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Food Ph.D
 • 14 Aug 2011 259 reviews 7 followers
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The Egg Tart from Tong Heng Confectionery  has got to be one of the better ones in Singapore. With its flaky thin crust and the soft smooth egg custard, the egg tart wasn’t too sweet and made a pretty good snack. However, our hearts still go out to the buttery and crumbly Tai Cheong egg tarts from Hong Kong.

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