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Bought 2 boxes of almond slice. Sales person said 12 pcs inside. Box also showed 12 pcs. I opened the box today only 6 pcs. Opened the other box also 6.
Bought beh teh saw and tau sar pheah..both were not good.
My sister bought...More
I had a short trip at genting with my family. Saw this outlet at first world plaza
I have purchased:-
Pandan tambun biscuit @ RM8.50 for 13pieces
Heong Pheah @ RM8.50 for 13pcs
Sambal udang biscuit @ RM8.50 /13pieces
Original tambun biscuit @ RM8.50/13pieces
I was surprise when I see there is one in KSL, johor bahru. Since i'm not a frequent travelling to penang as i'm staying in Singapore. It is really convenient now, as i can drop by KSL to buy it when i'm in JB. Just...More
This establishment is famous for its biscuits, dried fruits, peanut cakes, nutmeg shreds and a host of delicacies unique to Penang. Though one can find these elsewhere in the country, the taste of Penang stands out!. We were at the outlet at Penang Airport Departure...More
Fantastic selection of Penang sweets. Prices very cheap. Box of 28 fresh tambun biscuits for just 7myr. Samples available. Huge selection at Penang airport before security. Phong phea was our favourite. Our hotel, The Edison, referred us here.
This is not the oldest shop as compared to their competitors but they sell very good Spicy Shrimp biscuit.
We bought their loose Hneong Pneah which is the black sugar filling but in loose packaging; rejected items due to appearance. Good enough if it’s for...More
Ban Heang is the place to get the traditional and famous Penang cakes and delicacies. There is a lovely selection ranging from almond or peanut cookies to salted egg or shrimp cakes, as well as dried mangoes and nutmeg. We always buy from here and...More