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Wow the egg tart was just delicious..pastry was very soft , all together just melt in your mouth, we bought char siu and chicken pastry . They were also delicious. Do come in the morning as all the baked goods just came fresh from the...ovenMore
Not a terrible tart but it’s not a good flaky one. The crust is “short “ ? Not impressed. Bought one of their delicious looking sugar puffs too- too greasy. Are they handling the volume from their social media success? I wouldn’t buy here again...even at half price.More
Popped in as we were close by and I wanted to see what the fuss was. I’ve had egg tarts in HK but the ones we bought as a family growing up here had the puff pastry as the base.
I was disappointed to see...it was shortcrust but still, if it’s that good then that’s not a problem. Overall it was a pleasant enough tart but personally I prefer the other pastry, it’s much more delicate.
We also bought a coconut tart and that was downright awful. As dry as could be, “nil point” for that one .
Would I come again? No. Better egg tarts at more local/traditional bakeries and at a cheaper price.More
The egg tarts here are fine but nearly double the price of those found in Kowloon, which are equally delicious. The advantage is that they have a nice gifting box you can put egg tarts into that make a nice gift for friends back home....The shop atmosphere is also cute. Right next door is a top rated Candy Shop, so a visit to both would be enjoyable.More
We went there by foot despite the rain outside, luckyly our effort is paid.
We bought their famous egg tart.I like the cake, not too sweet not too buttery.Just my taste.
We also bought another cake, I dont know the name,but we usually call it...Pia.
The outer layer is crispy and inside there is a green/redbeen filling with egg yolk inside.
We dont bother taking the picture, because we ate them rightaway while waiting for the rain to stop.More
Ahhhh after all the hype of reading the reviews here, we went to Tai Cheong to get our fix of egg tarts. We were there on Saturday after our visit to Dr Sun Yat Tsen museum. Not a very long queue. Probably took less than...10 minutes for our turn. We bought an egg tart each. I thought the crust was too sweet like I could taste the sugar bits. The filling itself was great. Overall, if you're nearby and you love egg tarts, OK go for it. Otherwise maybe don't make a trip just for this.More
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