200 Victoria Street
#B1-K25 Bugis Junction
Singapore 188021

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From the Burpple community

Prefer their cookie skin egg tart. The custard was good with the he right amount of sweetness. It was runny and eggy.

A decent egg tart worth a try but would not go for it again since there are better egg tarts around at a lower price. The tart was slightly too soft and crumbly. Custard was smooth inside but the top had a layer.

Finally gotten myself their egg tart by Hoover Cake Shop from Joy Luck Teahouse.

A great place to try on some of the Hong Kong snacks from different brands and house together.

Hoover’s egg tart cookie skin has the crunchy skin wrapped around the egg tart. But sadly it was too oily for me and the egg tart itself was just ordinary and nothing to shout of.

No snaking queue at Joyluck meant it was time to treat mum and I to some egg tarts, both the pastry and cookie base option. Indeed an egg tart specialist if they have regard to appease two different camps of egg tart connoisseurs?
Well our verdict was still that we preferred the heavy laden Tai Cheong egg tart, because of that memorable custard and lovely cookie base.
Joy luck’s version was good yet not our favourite. We also found the pastry base interesting yet not entirely desirable, guessing lard oil was an ingredient incorporated.


Bun was thiccc and pretty much felt like chomping on a chunky burger. Fresh portions were warm and airy with a slightly sweetened golden crust, unlike the usual milky identity. These also seem to have a fairly short shelf life as they staled by the next day. Expect to wait as bulk purchase is fairly common and queueing can get messy during peak periods.

Kam Kee HK Milk Tea ($3.50 -hot / $3.80 - cold). What makes a good HK milk tea is how it’s brewed. Essentially Celyon tea with full cream evaporated milk based on their secret recipe. My standard order will be cold/ 凍奶茶 with less sugar.

I had this twice. The first time didn’t taste as good as the second. I allude this to the person brewing the tea.