Asian Pastry & Buns

Earl Grey Pineapple TartIndulge in the exquisite blend of flavors with our Earl Grey pineapple tarts. Each bite promises a harmonious marriage of buttery pastry infused with the aromatic essence of Earl Grey tea, complemented by the luscious sweetness of pineapple jam.
Nutella TartNutella enthusiasts, celebrate! As Chinese New Year approaches, we're diving into the world of Nutella Tart Cookies! I mean, who can resist the allure of Nutella? It's simply irresistible!
Onde-Onde Tarta burst of flavor in every bite! 💚 where melt-in-the-mouth pandan pastry a little green ball filled with the perfectly blend of coconut and gula melaka. A tartful dance of textures and tastes in your mouth! 🥥🍃
One Bites Almond CookiesOne of the favorite cookies to be served during Chinese New Year is usually made in peanuts. Try out these using almonds and adjust the sugar to your taste!
Pineapple Rolls TartYou can see everyone is making pineapple tart during Chinese new year. This delectable treat holds the top spot as a must-have during the festive season, particularly Chinese New Year. The significance lies in the Hokkien term for pineapple, which is “Ong Lai.” This term carries the auspicious meaning of ushering in prosperity, making pineapple tarts a symbolic and cherished part of the celebrations.
Shang Hai MooncakeMooncakes are a traditional Chinese delicacy that are enjoyed during the Mid-Autumn Festival. Among these cherished treats, Shanghai Mooncakes stand out, boasting a delectable, buttery, crumbly crust filled with lotus seed paste and luscious salted egg yolks.
Spiral Thousand Layers MooncakeSpiral Thousand Layers Mooncake usually made with lard and coloured with natural colouring powders for the skin, and filled with sweetened purple yam paste and salted egg yolks. The skin are super flaky and the size of the mooncake is perfect for not-sharing! Opppsss!