639 Balestier Road
Singapore 329922

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08:00am - 04:30pm

08:00am - 04:30pm


08:00am - 04:30pm

08:00am - 04:30pm

08:00am - 04:30pm

08:00am - 04:30pm

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Dropped by Loong Fatt @loongfatt1948 to buy tau sar piah for my parents after running errands in the Novena area! Heng ah only two people ahead of me, but had to wait a bit since these bite-sized pastries were packed fresh out of the oven! If it's your first time trying, I recommend getting the box of 6 with mixed flavours (sweet/salty). For $1.20 a pop, you can enjoy the smooth & fragrant mung bean filling encrusted within an irresistibly flaky & buttery pastry.❤️

They also sell traditional snacks like sachima 萨骑马 (honeycomb cookies) and cakes such as Swiss Rolls - perfect for gifting family and friends!


From the stall located in front of Loong Fatt
Simple tasty breakfast of local fried beehoon noodles.
Added the curry chicken, potato and fried egg.

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I felt that sweet is much better than salty but I taste that salty got mixture with pineapple. I don't like pineapple inside Tau sar piah and taste like so weird tbh in my opinion.

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From the Loong Fatt
A quick lunch with the creamy curry chicken and slow soy sauce braised pork troters with hard boiled egg.
Really satisfying.


One of the most popular Tau Sar Piah shop in Singapore, which you could see a very long queue especially on Saturday.

Many people queuing would order lots of it, so waiting time could be long. I do advise you to make preorder online to avoid queuing up.

There’s sweet and salty which I definitely recommend you to take both flavours. Each of them has its unique taste and texture. If possible, eat them while they are still warm from the oven.


Preorder to skip the queue. Highly recommended cos the queue is long and it's very hot to queue there

The sweet one was lousy, hopefully it's an anomaly cos it's dry and theres an unpleasant flakiness. Theres also a bit of saltiness, and not enough sweetness.

The salty one wasnt so much salty, as less sweet. However this was much better baked, with a nice crispy crust that's quite different from your normal tau sar piah. The filling was complex and unique too for both, just much better for the salty one. It's more of a very smooth paste than a powdery filling that people are more used to. Seems like it's very normal that people like the salty one more, but I'm pretty sure the pastry is supposed to the same standard normally

Overall is it overhyped? Yeah if you're queueing, otherwise it's pretty acceptable. Best in Singapore is abit of a stretch as usual, for somethinh that's so different from the norm. But for this price it's hard to find something that's definitively a lot better I guess. House of tau sar piah had a powdery kind of filling which wowed me while this didn't as much so there's that(maybe it's the expectations though)