Egg Tart

$1.90 · 138 Reviews

Serving their signature, irresistibly delicious egg tarts and other classic treats for over 6 decades.
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The Egg Tart (SGD $2.40 per piece) features a wobbly soft egg custard, set in their signature tart crust. With bright eggy sweet flavour, it's addictive enough to make you crave more.
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The Pandan Tart (SGD $2.40 per piece) features a wobbly soft egg custard, infused with pandan / screwpine leaf juice, set in their signature tart crust. With bright floral earthy eggy sweet flavour, it's more fragrant, but just as tasty, as its brethren.
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Tai Cheong Bakery
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Theirs is so buttery. The egg custard was smooth, light and sweet too. An indulgence and priced reasonably, just probably not v healthy lol

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Hmms, am sticking with their signature egg tarts instead! While this was a change from the standard order, it wasn’t a “wow” change. Coconut lovers would love this tho - a tartful of distinct coconut shreds which provided the much desired texture. However, the mouth do get quite tired from all the chewing. I love the buttery crust tho! I think it would have been a better mix if it was more moist than dry.

Crust has a very strong buttery taste. Not to my liking. Surface of egg tart slightly dry.

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$2 // also pictured (coconut tart & chicken pie, both were amazing) // saw the deep green color of this *FRESHLY BAKED* egg tart and was instantly attracted and tempted to try it so i did! think silky smooth pandan flavored egg custard paired with a short crust, buttery pastry and you’d get this delightful treat!! rly enjoyed it and wished it was bigger lolz.
recommended: have it when it’s warmed up for the fresh out of the oven feel

I absolutely love Tai Cheong’s egg tarts!! 😍 ok they’re $2 each but they really are everything i’m looking for in an egg tart. & so prettily packaged too. They have original and the pandan one. I love both.

Definitely a must have when you are here. Rich buttery crust with that creamy texture. Pair with their milk tea for maximum satisfaction.

Pandan egg tart (~$2) didn’t have much of a Pandan taste and I probably wouldn’t have noticed unless I really tried to look out for it 🥧 Crust was good and crumbly but stick to the normal egg tart!

Ig @goodfomood

Imma huuge fan of the Tai Cheong Egg Tarts (~$2) but never went down to eat at their Cha Chaan Teng till today! Upon walking in, it really felt like those in Hong Kong, a lil cramped and even the plates used were similar 🍽🍴
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Scrambled eggs with toast and ham (~$9.90), wouldn’t say the eggs were scrambled, since it had more of a shape, similar to tamago/omelette style! But it was soft, not too salty and HUGE!! (The pic really doesn’t do the size justice). 🍳🥚Texture wise it went well with the Super sooooft toast, which was really fluffy. Ham was average but managed to pull the dish together and give it more of a taste. 🍞🥪
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Buttered toast bun with condensed milk (~$2.50): Didn’t expect much from this considering the price but it was SHOOKENING!!! Toast was crispy enough at the sides but soft on the inside, making it easy to eat, condensed milk didn’t overpower the bun and the butter was salty enough to complement the sweet 🥖😋 I loved this so much 😍❤️

Ig @goodfomood