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Image Credit: Tai Cheong Bakery Singapore Facebook Page

A flaky, buttery puff pastry and when you bite into it your mouth is filled with a creamy smooth egg custard, this is the magic of egg tarts. Whether you like the Hong Kong or the Portuguese version, there’s no way you’ve not tried one of these staying in Singapore.

We can tell you the best places to devour these cups of heaven and the bakeries we suggest make a whole lot of other amazing treats as well. Thank us later!

 

Madeleine’s Original Portuguese Egg Tart & Puff

Madeleine's Original Portuguese Egg Tart

Image Credit: Madeleine's Original Portuguese Egg Tart - Facebook Page

Want the traditional Portuguese Egg Tart with black blisters on top? Head to Madeleine’s for they not only make them but do a really good job in doing so. The pastry is perfectly flaky, the custard is creamy and the bite you take with the little caramelization on top is simply heavenly. Treat yourself with these tarts or share a box of mini tarts with your colleagues when you reach work.

INFORMATION

a. 198 Tanjong Katong Rd, Singapore 436997

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6247 9363

w. madeleines.oddle.me/en_SG/

s. www.facebook.com/MadeleinesOriginal

 

Tong Heng Confectionery

Tong Heng

Image Credit: Tong Heng Facebook Page

Tong Heng is a master bakery when it comes to pastries and delicious egg tarts with thin and crispy pastry and a delicious custard. The tarts here are made in a diamond shape and are quite popular with the crowd. We love their coconut egg tart too, and we recommend you try them both and then make your choice on what to take back home.

INFORMATION

a. 285 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058833

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6223 3649

w. tongheng.com.sg/

s. www.facebook.com/tongheng.sg/

 

8Tarts n Pastries

8Tarts n Pastries

Image Credit: 8Tarts n Pastries Facebook Page

Taking the quintessential egg tart to a whole new level, 8Tarts n Pastries do an amazing variety of them - coconut, durian, pandan kaya, cempedak and chocolate. Awesome, isn’t it? Their signature and Portuguese variants should be tried first and then you can proceed to devour each one of the flavours. Do come back for their other signatures like Char Siew Sou, Wife Delight Pastry and Plain or Char Siew Polo Buns.

INFORMATION

a. 1 Harbourfront Walk, Singapore 098585

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6276 0915

w. take.sg/s/6581391982

s. www.facebook.com/8tarts/

 

Balmoral Bakery

Balmoral Bakery

Image Credit: Balmoral Bakery Facebook Page

Dating back to 1965, Balmoral Bakery is yet another legendary place in Singapore making scrumptious egg tarts amongst other amazing baked goods making you transport back to childhood. Think savoury pastries like beef pie, chicken samosa, sausage roll and chicken curry puff. You might also enjoy their eclair, custard puff, cupcakes, towel rolls and cakes.

INFORMATION

a. 105 Clementi Street 12, Singapore 120105, #01-06

e. [email protected]

t. +65 6779 2064

w. balmoralbakery.oddle.me/en_SG/

s. www.facebook.com/balmoralbakery/

 

Leung Sang Hong Kong Pastries

Leungsang

Image Credit: Leungsang Facebook Page

Flaky crust and a creamy custard, the perfect egg custard tart made by Leung Sang Hong Kong Pastries is quite popular amidst the regulars. They serve two varieties, Leung Sang Egg Tart and Western Egg Tart, both of which are really tasty and can lead to overindulgence, but then this is why we love egg tarts, don’t we? The bakery also has many other drool-worthy items on their window - Egg Yolk & Lotus Seed Pastry, Roasted Chicken Pastry and Mooncakes.

INFORMATION

a. 18 Jln Membina, Singapore 164018, #01-06

t. +65 6271 6056

s. www.facebook.com/leungsanghk/

 

Tai Cheong

Tai Cheong Bakery Singapore

Image Credit: Tai Cheong Bakery Singapore Facebook Page

One of the oldest bakeries in Singapore, Tai Cheong makes incredible egg tarts which in our humble opinion should be bought by the dozen because they are oh so good. The bakery also makes plenty of other tarts, buns and cakes which you can try or you can even have a meal of silky egg rice with your choice of meat.

INFORMATION

a. 31 Lor Liput, Singapore 277742

t. +65 9828 1954

w. www.taicheong.com.sg/

s. www.facebook.com/taicheongsg/

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John
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12 October 2020
I just had to say it " so many tarts, so little time" Ha, ha but Madeline's is by far my favourite for egg tarts in Singapore.
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Choice Updates
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12 October 2020
Tai Cheong Bakery was started in 1954 by egg tart Master Au Yeung’s uncle, who later handed down the business to Au Yeung. After taking over Tai Cheong Bakery, Au Yeung pioneered the cookie crust for egg tarts, refining several other recipes using techniques he learned from his previous work in a hotel baking cakes. Tai Cheong gained popularity with locals and foreigners alike, reaching its peak when Chris Patten (then governor of Hong Kong) started frequenting the original outlet at Lyndhurst Street. The popularity of Tai Cheong remains till today.
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12 October 2020
Each Egg Tart is the embodiment of hours of dedication and our continuous strive to bring joy in a bite to you. Come get these lovelies, passionately handmade.
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