Tai Cheng Bak­ery

Food and Travel (Singapore) - - Out And About -

Pop­u­lar Hong Kong egg tart brand Tai Cheong Bak­ery has fi­nally ar­rived at our shores with the open­ing of its first dine-in con­cept in Hol­land Vil­lage. The 42-seater café in­vites din­ers to savour au­then­tic hearty Hong Kong favourites in a tra­di­tional cha chaan teng set­ting. Among the sig­na­ture items is the Three-egg Mac­a­roni Soup with Luncheon Meat (S$8.50), a rich to­mato and chicken broth with three sunny-side eggs and crisp strips of luncheon meat. The Three Coloured Silky Eggs with Rice (S$9.90) is a whole­some dish of steamed rice with three-egg omelette topped with a choice of Roasted Pork & Prawns, Roasted Pork & Beef, or Roasted Pork with Pork Belly. An­other favourite is the Beef Brisket Curry Rice (S$10.90), which fea­tures a six-hour braised beef brisket in curry gravy that is made in true Hong Kong style with an assortment of chilli, spices and sauces, and served with a bowl of rice. Canto-western treats also make the menu with house-made toast topped with scram­bled eggs. The Scram­bled Egg Toast Stack with Chicken Chop (S$9.50) is sure to sa­ti­ate, while the French Toast (S$6.50) that comes with a choice of pure maple syrup or home­made dulce de leche is a fa­mil­iar treat. A se­lec­tion of pop­u­lar pas­tries, such as the Egg Tart (S$1.90) and the Char Siu Bolo Bun (S$2.20), are joined by ex­clu­sive lo­cal cre­ations like the Durian & Cheese Tart (S$3.60), which is only avail­able in Sin­ga­pore. No trip to a Hong Kong café is com­plete with­out a drink of the pop­u­lar Hong Kong Milk Tea (S$2.50/S$2.80) that’s brewed with tea leaves di­rectly im­ported from Hong Kong. Other re­fresh­ing favourites in­clude the Fresh Lemon Tea and the Hong Kong Style Gin­ger Lemon Cola as well as the Hong Kong Milk Tea and Cof­fee Mix. ◆ 31 Lorong Liput. Tel: 65/8223-1954

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