2 Orchard Turn
#B4-33 ION Orchard
Singapore 238801

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Tbh forgot it says "lava" so I didn't expect it to be so flowy, but it's just like eating liushabao except in a pastry form.

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3rd time buying their Wife Biscuit, and I still really like it! It's even better when you eat it immediately, when it's still hot - but even when it's cold, the sweetness and slight chewiness from the wintermelon is still enjoyable!

No wonder they gained fame and longevity from this. It's really a cut above others. With that said, wife biscuits aren't the most exciting food around haha.

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Every bite reminisces my times in Hong Kong.

Eat it while it's warm. Doesn't taste as nice when it's cold.

😊 Traditional HK Pastries. This is from the Sg outlet of the Hong Kong bakery famous for Wife Cakes.

- Lao Po Bing / Wife Cake
Pastry has a thin golden buttery flaky crust with a doughy and chewy soft filling of winter melon paste. It's on the sweet side but still acceptable. Best if eaten fresh and warm.

- Mung Bean Paste Cake
Buttery pastry with sweet/salty smooth dense filling. I like this more than the Wife cake.

It's on the pricy side, but taste was good and you don't have to go all the way to Hong Kong to get them.

📍Location:
Hang Heung 恆香
Raffles City Outlet (B1-68)
252 North Bridge Road
Singapore 189768

I was first introduced to Hang Heung when we stayed with one of the HK water polo players in the New Territories area and he brought us to the original bakery in Yuen Long whether there are hordes of people waiting for freshly baked trays of the thin crust biscuits stuffed with a mellow and sweet handmade winter melon paste filling. Needless to say, subsequent trips to HK have seen me with bags full of these traditional Cantonese pastry as gifts and (mostly) for personal consumption.

I have been craving for some since my last visit to HK in July 2019. Yes, it's really expensive at approximately $3 per piece but bopian we are stuck here!

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