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Typical local Ipoh pastry shop - kaya puff, bean biscuits and others snacks.
** just be careful and always double check your bill / receipt before leave the shop as cashier tend to double or over charged you on item that you didn’t buy.
We visited this bakery shop for their well-known kaya puffs. They were delicious with flaky pastry covering the kaya filling. Tried the heong peach which is freshly made there. There were many other baked-in-the-shop pastries.
It is definitely worth a stop at this shop when...More
Sin Eng Heong is probably most famous for their Kaya Puffs and they regularly have a queue in their shop at all hours of the day. Their Puffs are simple, a crispy pastry filled with brown Kaya, which you don't usually find elsewhere in Malaysia...More
Best kaya puff ever tasted ! Chance upon the place in the afternoon and long queue so we did not bother. Came in the morning on another day and no queue. So glad we bought and try. The pastry very flaky and kaya is aromatic...More
The queue is about 30-40 minutes of a wait. But the pastries are average tasting. Not worth the time spent waiting. I have tasted better or equally nice tasting kaya puffs at other places. Wouldnt go there again.
This biscuit shop is most famous for their kaya puffs made right in the shop. They make other biscuits and pastries too, like 咸蛋酥 (salted egg yolk with lotus paste pastry), 老婆饼 (sweetheart/wife cake), 椰蓉饼 (coconut pastry) and 蛋挞 (egg tarts). During the Mooncake Festival,...More
they puff pastry is really good. we bought this as souvenirs to ourselves and we regret to buy just 1. i had to buy this as souvenirs to our relatives too. the price is really affordable.they sell variety of biscuit, even instant coffee, ginger tea...More
Went in to get kaya puffs. Joined the queue as all customers who frequented just cannot help themselves to a puff. Still as excellent as ever abd costs RM1 a piece. There are also many other freshly baked cookies to buy but somehow the kaya...More