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8 Buzz-worthy Mooncakes For The Curious, The Trendsetters and The Adventurous
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Matcha Dome ($1.90) I saw this bread selling at St Leaven (Takashimaya) before and I didn't get chance to buy for trying. Sun Moulin Bakery by Four Leaves Vivocity is same company as St Leaven so that they sell similar bread at their outlets shop. Matcha Dome are using Green Tea dough, filled with Matcha filling and Azuki Red Bean and topped with Matcha Sobolo. I realised that matcha filling was quite dry, didn't see a lot of azuki red bean inside and also topping (Matcha Sobolo) for Matcha Dome was quite hard to chew and dry.

Matcha Dome ($1.90) I saw this bread selling at St Leaven (Takashimaya) before and I didn't get chance to buy for trying. Sun Moulin Bakery by Four Leaves Vivocity is same company as St Leaven so that they sell similar bread at their outlets shop. Matcha Dome are using Green Tea dough, filled with Matcha filling and Azuki Red Bean and topped with Matcha Sobolo. I realised that matcha filling was quite dry, didn't see a lot of azuki red bean inside and also topping (Matcha Sobolo) for Matcha Dome was quite hard to chew and dry.

Matcha Dome ($1.90) I saw this bread selling at St Leaven (Takashimaya) before and I didn't get chance to buy for trying. Sun Moulin Bakery by Four Leaves Vivocity is same company as St Leaven so that they sell similar bread at their outlets shop. Matcha Dome are using Green Tea dough, filled with Matcha filling and Azuki Red Bean and topped with Matcha Sobolo. I realised that matcha filling was quite dry, didn't see a lot of azuki red bean inside and also topping (Matcha Sobolo) for Matcha Dome was quite hard to chew and dry.

Someone bought this for me from the Tiong Bahru and when I first tried it, I went OOOH. Think flaky crispy crust filled with a smooth egg custard centre! 😍 I quickly googled Tiong Bahru egg tart and this super old school bakery popped up. It makes me so happy to know that such charming, old school bakeries like these still exist. While the egg tarts may not be as fragrant or as buttery as the ones at Tai Cheong or Honolulu, for $1.40, I have no complaints. I’ll definitely visit the store myself one day and eat these egg tart babies while they’re hot!

Siaga Rasa
Unit 02-28

From a stall specialising in homemade kueh ( with less sugar ), I found these gems that are quite hard to come by .

Moist and well cooked glutinous rice cakes slapped with savoury coconut cooked with a myriad of aromatic spices like tumeric , galangal , chillies , turmeric , kafir lime leaves .

The rice was moist and cooked just nice with a good bite - something quite challenging to achieve .

The stall sells a whole myriad of tasty and unique liens like baked pumpkin kueh, baked banana kueh , baked tapioca kueh and the usuals like kueh salat and kueh ko swee .