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Tong Heng Confectionery (Chinatown)

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Tong Heng ๆฑ่ˆˆ Traditional Cantonese Pastries ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌโœจ Handmade and baked daily with passion & heart!

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An old classic, and evergreen favourite thatโ€™s has fans all over Singapore and across all ages. Itโ€™s not hard to see why. With its custard eggy centre thatโ€™s not overly sweet, and soft yet retaining its firmness, you are able to savor the wonderful texture. Together with the flaky shell, itโ€™s a match made in heaven and instantly sent me to food heaven and back.

With a refurbished modern space, it attempts to appeal to a younger crowd while retaining its traditional flavor and taste. Itโ€™s a balance done right and may its taste and flavor pass on from generations to generations.

Price: $1.90 a piece

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The soft egg custard filling are so delicious with a flaky pastry holding it together.

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Not bad for egg tarts. Not mind blowing but the egg custard is different from what I usually eat. It seems to be lighter in taste as there seems to be more sugar water added to the mixture during baking. The crust is made of pastry puff.

Taste: 8/10
Value for money: 7/10

Literally one of THE BESTS ๐Ÿ˜ always getting some to pack home when I walk by. They are really crumbling though, be careful if not placed in the box cos it might crumble & disintegrate as you swing it around on the way home. But really do give this a try SOOOO GOOD ๐Ÿ˜‡ buy more & eat this as breakfast/ tea/ or any-post meal snack (like what Iโ€™m doing)


The crust here is thin and not buttery (compared to the different style of Tai Cheongโ€™s). But the winner here is the exceptionally creamy texture of the egg in the egg tarts, and I love how the egg isnโ€™t too sweet. One of my favourite go-to egg tarts! Theyโ€™ve revamped their space as well, so the ambience is nice and modern and good for a quick dine-in if you want to have these egg tarts on the spot. Servers also seem really nice and friendly!


Very tightly packed inside. Curry was the dry type. Quite spicy. A bit too salty but good flavor. On the small side. Crust tasted like the char Siew pastry from dim sum restaurants.