Singapore Chinatown Tai Chong Kok Confectionery (Hue Kee) | ขนมไหว้พระจันทร์ร้านเก่าแก่ทำมือของสิงคโปร์

# Singapore Artisanal Mooncakes at Chinatown Tai Chong Kok Confectionery (Hue Kee) # Chinatown Tai Chong Kok Confectionery (Hue Kee) is a local favourite in Singapore when it comes to handmade artisanal Cantonese-style baked goods and mooncakes. They are most famous for their assorted mooncakes, but this place has always been a go-to among discerning locals looking for real authentic treats. Egg tarts, chicken cookies (my favourite), and whole arrays of delicious butter pastries. Above: Chinatown Tai Chong Kok Confectionery (Hue Kee) retail shop at Alexandra Village selling fresh items directly delivered from their central kitchen.  For...

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Antoinette, Penhas Road, Singapore

# Singapore Cool Cafe # – Antoinette – French Patisserie with Hakka influences. If you look at the map of Singapore, you will see the area near ‘Lavender’ street running the north eastern side off downtown. This area, as I found out, is among the oldest on this island country. But now, as any Singaporean will tell you, the area is coming back with good array of cool and hip cafes run by younger generation who revived the old industrial area with new funky interior designs, not unlike what is happening in Bangkok Chinatown. Antoinette is a French patisserie that can be described as a pioneer of the area. Around since 2011...

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