4 Chun Tin Road
Singapore 599591

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09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 01:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

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These were adequately moist and had pretty decent texture, but nothing to shout about. The walnut was the nicest, as I like the crunch from the walnuts, and the muffin itself had a nice neutral flavour. The blueberry one had some blueberry jam, was alright. The banana one had the artificial banana essence flavour taste, but it’s like the traditional soft chewy snack which I like, so I’m alright with it. The lemon one had the artificial lemon essence taste too, rly similar to Khong Guan lemon biscuit so i wasn’t too impressed.

This signature item is probably as known for its size as it is for its goodness. I must admit the muffin base was good, which leads me to ask why not sell a more shiok bigger version? Does it have to do with how a normal-size muffin, even when good, can be jelak? Here are blueberry, cheese, walnut, banana and the popular pandan. The latter uses a different base and it's even more fragrant!

Bits of oreo on the muffin but can’t really taste much of the oreo flavour.


Mini walnut muffin from this old confectionery shop in beauty world. Bits of walnut with soft muffin, good for an afternoon snack.


This Old School Confectionery selling different type of cake muffin etc. Today gonna introduce u their mini muffin. There are a total of 12 different type flavour of muffin. As I was quite curious I decided to buy all flavour sad to sad a few flavour sold out no choice but the flavour they are display. Muffin was soft & fluffy. The Confectionery also sell wedding Biscuit which we call 礼饼 which Chinese wedding tradition call 过大礼。 Their kaya cake is popular sad to say it sold out nvm got chance. Come find out yourself & see what u can get. Highly recommend if u need to get traditional food item
Address: 4 Chun Tin Road
Singapore 599591
Operating Hours:0930 to 2130 Mon to Sat
0930 to 1300 Sundays

This is probably what Ng Kim Lee is most famous for, and they proudly display a newspaper clipping featuring their muffins right above the muffin display.

Although there are a variety of flavours to pick from, including original, chocolate, Oreo, banana, pandan, cheese, walnut and lemon, I didn’t detect strong tastes in any of the muffins to distinguish their flavours. Might be an effect of them being packed with the banana flavoured muffin, but they all ended up tasting like a mix between plain-banana. They’re still an affordable and comforting little treat anyway, and super worth it at 60 cents! Get a minimum of 6 pieces if you want them to pack it in a box for you (yes clearly I couldn’t resist popping one in my mouth before realising I forgot to snap a photo 😂). The muffins are soft, moist and cake-like, not too dense, and not too sweet. Not much more you can ask for, and I always make sure to buy some when I pass by!

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