7500A Beach Road
#B1-321 The Plaza
Singapore 199591

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07:00am - 02:30pm

07:00am - 02:30pm

07:00am - 02:30pm

07:00am - 02:30pm



07:00am - 02:30pm

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Didn’t know this came with cheese actually! Thought the cheese kinda overwhelmed the black sesame though, so if you’re looking for one with a gao sesame taste, you can probably skip this. Similar to the Strawberry Cheese tart, thought the mochi was slightly out of place here. The buttery and fragrant tart base is still very enjoyable!

This came with a little surprise mochi in its centre. Unfortunately wasn’t a fan of this, as the mochi felt a bit out of place. The strawberry cheese part was not bad though, and done mildly sweet without any of that artificial taste.

Finally got through the line after xx calls the other morning and aunty said I was the last call she’s picking up (woohoo) 😂 Other than their classic orh nee tarts, also bagged a few other flavours that we have yet to try before - Walnut Cheese, Strawberry Cheese and Black Sesame Cheese.

Walnut Cheese was our favourite of the 3. It’s a few cents pricier than the normal tarts, but lots of walnuts on top and the cheese filling had a bit of that shiok oozeeee. Best had fresh on the spot! The base as usual was buttery and fragrant.

Went early to get their tarts and peanut mochi. Other than the walnut cheese which is price at $1.50, the rest are $1.20 each which is cheap given the location and the economy nowadays.

I ordered the total of 8 flavours which consist of peanut mochi, portuguese egg tart, strawberry tart, sesame tart, cheese tart, walnut cheese tart, orh nee tart, sweet potato tart.

Peanut mochi taste like the typical muah chee with a bit of orh nee inside.

Portugese egg tart does not have much to shout out about

Both strawberry and sesame tart have a bit of mochi inside the tart and top layer is their respective flavour which I cannot feel much flavour.

Both the walnut cheese and cheese tart uses the same cheese which I believe is cream cheese which I feel it delicious. I can feel much of the cheese taste.

Both the orh nee and sweet potato is paste type which have ginkgo nuts at the top too. At first, I expect the ginkgo nuts would be weird as the hard and flavourless texture would not fit in a tart. However, I was proven wrong as the ginkgo nuts was prepared in a way that compliment the paste instead.

I would rank orh nee, cheese and finally sweet potato as the top 3.

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Hidden at the basement of The Plaza, this old school bakery serves legit orh nee aka yam/taro paste tarts. I don't like overly sweet stuff, the orh nee sold at most places are often way too sweet and jelat. I like that their orh nee are smooth, creamy, and not too sweet, totally worth the calories. Be careful of the buttery crumbly crust, I made a mess while trying to cut the tart into half.😂 Other than the orh nee tarts, their sweet potato tarts and cheese tarts are pretty good too. Forget about the rest.🤣 These yummy tarts are often sold out by noon, so be there early or call up to preorder to avoid disappointment. ⁣

Finally got to try this! Not too sweet, smooth and the crust was crumbly and buttery 👍🏼