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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I have not eaten any egg tart that is better than the one I had here!
Wobbly egg custard encased in a thin flaky puff pastry. Eat there and have some red bean soup to go with it. The experience can't get more traditional than that (:
For photos of the egg tarts, visit:
www.oysterdiaries.com (the post is under 'small bites')
After hearing so much about their famous egg tarts, I did not hesitate to buy some when I happened to pass by the shop and ate one on the spot. The tart was still warm, the pastry was crispy, the custard was smooth and soft but it was a little too sweet for my liking though..
This bakery has been aaround since my Grandma's time, so need I say more about the yum yum factor of their egg tarts? They have been increasing their prices steadily over the years and the size of the tart kinda shrink somehow though yum yum factor is just as good. Recommend tender loving care for takeaways - you don't want your tarts to end up to be one big tart when you are home. Minimum 5 pcs of tarts for takeaways in order to be packed in a box.