Thye Moh Chan (ChinaTown Point)

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Reputed for its authentic hand crafted pastries such as the famous tau sar piah, Thye Moh Chan's 70-year old heritage forms a significant part of the Singaporean Chinese culture. Using traditional baking techniques, Thye Moh Chan's pastries were traditionally handcrafted with a human touch, and well liked by many Singaporeans. The BreadTalk Group has relaunched this cultural icon with a lineup of the perennial favourites, alongside new flavours to a whole new generation of Singaporeans, and aims to preserve a legacy that is truly Singaporean.

133 New Bridge Road
#01-45/46 ChinaTown Point
Singapore 059413

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Delightful Reunion ($48.80)
โ€ข Sweet Tau Sar with Melon Seeds
โ€ข Salty Tau Sar with Salted Egg Yolk
โ€ข Yuan Yang with Salted Egg Yolk
โ€ข Teochew Double Delight

One of my favourite from the series would be the
Yuan Yang with Salted Egg Yolk - it's a combination of spicy pork floss, salted egg yolk and savoury mung bean, and that combi makes it a little addictive somehow.

Teochew Double Delight was an interesting one - comes with red bean paste filling, with some winter melon seeds, citrus stripes, and glutinous-rice flour, making it slightly chewy which reminds me of Wife Biscuit, except I actly wouldn't mind without the citrus stripes! ๐Ÿคญ

I usually buy them as a gift to people and seldom eat it myself. This time I decided to treat myself instead.

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Time for Afternoon Tea Break! Enjoying ๐—ง๐—ต๐˜†๐—ฒ ๐— ๐—ผ๐—ต ๐—–๐—ต๐—ฎ๐—ปโ€˜s Tau Sar Piah with a cup of hot green tea๐Ÿต! Apart from the usual Sweet and Salty Tau Sar Piah, they also have many other flavours like Yuan Yang, Cranberry, Assorted Nuts Lotus, Melon Seed Red Bean, Teochew Double Delight and Teochew Yam. โ €
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Our top 2 favourites are their Traditional Salty & Yuan Yang! Traditional Salty is also their classic popular choice! Yuan Yang is very interesting, itโ€™s a savoury treat of salty mung bean paste with spicy pork floss, shallots and salted egg yolk, itโ€™s so delicious! All their fillings are so fragrant, wrapped in their freshly baked pastry thatโ€™s so light and flaky, the perfect combination! Even our folks enjoy it so much too! โ €
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๐Ÿฅฎ Current Promotion: 8pcs for only $13.80โ €
๐Ÿ“ 133 New Bridge Rd, Chinatown Point, unit 01-45 โ €
๐Ÿ•’ Open Daily, 11am-7pm โ €
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With 75 years of heritage in delivering handcrafted Teochew pastries, Thye Moh Chan is offering a selection of traditional handcrafted pastries, cakes, goodies, and hampers for CNY.
Pictured is:
* Golden Yam Mochi, ้‡‘่Š‹ๆปกๅ ‚ ($12/box of 4). A new creation this year featuring yam filling with black sugar mochi wrapped in a fluffy buttery pastry. It's smooth and chewy, with a rich texture in every bite.
* Gula Melaka Pineapple Pastry, ๆคฐ็ณ–ๆ—บๆขจ้ฅผ (S$12/box of 6pcs). Golden nuggets of crumbly buttery pastry with a fragrant pineapple filling elevated with Gula Melaka.
* Gui Yuan Cake, ๆก‚ๅœ†็ณ• ($12.80). Made with dried longan, walnuts bits, with hints of dark rum, this Gui Yuan Cake is moist and very soft, as seen in my IG story!
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One of the most expensive traditional tau sar piahs in SG.

Love the supremely light, flaky pastry and the smooth, fragrant, and sufficiently sweet mung bean filling.

One of the best as well.

They can be a tad oily as well.

Just outside Chinatown point is Poh Guan Cake House; 531 Upper Cross Street, #01-57 Hong Lim Complex, 050531.

Poh Guan sells excellent tau sar piah that is on par with Thye Moh Chan's standard (in terms of quality/ taste of their tau sar piah), but at a much lower price, maybe around two-third the cost of Thye Moh Chan.

Bought from both and compared... Really can't tell any difference.

You can try both out. Maybe you can.

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At $2 per piece, this tau sar piah chain whispers "only for the atas" when they have an outlet situated at Chinatown Point (where elderly, who tend to have lower purchasing powers, likes to hang out). Still, the demand for these golden pastries is still high as customers easily leaves with boxes and the kitchen churns them out in trays.

No matter what brand it is, my favourite is always the salted bean version as I prefer them savoury. Not only does Thye Moh Chan does theirs (right) well, they also have a savoury Yuan Yang flavour (left) which comprises of salted bean with spicy floss - a very close competitor of the traditional savoury. I super love their filling for being sufficiently salty yet not overpowering, highly fragrant (guessing the use of pork lard here), and that savoury yuan yang had a nice spicy touch to add another dimension of flavour to the whole pastry. Encased in an extremely flaky skin, it's gonna be messy but don't be shy to lick it all up because it's just so good.

Definitely more worth it to get their box of 8 at $13.80!

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