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This shop offers a wide range of local pastries though limited in tasting opportunities.
We bought some assortment - their specialty being lotus paste with either pork floss or BBQ meats.
Prices are reasonable. One should not leave Ipoh without buying their local specialties.
The shop has been around for many years and we were keen to try out their specialities.
We bought some mooncakes as the mooncake festival is about one month away.
We like the individual packing and the nice gift boxes. Highly recommended.
Seldom seen a tau sar piah with pork floss and lotus paste filling so endeavour to try.
Unique taste and favour the one with the salted egg. Wish to like it more though but happy to try at least once.
Tip: go on a weekend,...More
The freshly handmade biscuits here is really nice. Was quite surprised to find out that they no longer offer reservation, but not a problem, as the queue are manageable. Personally like the one with 'Bak Kwa' and pork floss. Tried the kaya puff here too,...More
The freshly baked biscuits (pork floss with lotus paste) are tasty and not overly sweet. Those are individually packed, convenient to bring back (expiry date - about 2 weeks from purchase). Sold at 6 pieces for RM12 in a box. Or can buy 9 pieces....More
Especially like their famous meat floss with lotus paste. Really delicious, better than the ones sold at the opposite shop. The texture is balanced and fresh, tasty to be chewed in the mouth. Other biscuit like heong peah is average. Next time to try their...More
This is the traditional biscuit shop that aged 99 years old.. nice biscuit , I like the chicken floss lotus paste biscuit.. they sell biscuit in 6 pcs or 9 pcs with three different flavor.. is a good gift for friend n family
This is a great one - stop centre if you want to buy Ipoh biscuits. There's a huge variety. In case that is still not enough, there's two other biscuit shops opposite.
Only problem is the parking. The only places you might find parking will...More