You will not miss this stall, it is located at the right corner from the Food street's entrance. The stall is housed in its own shophouse with unique mosaic tiles, a walk-in entrance into a traditional bakery shop space and an in-house bakery kitchen beside it. Fung Wong Confectionery is a renown KL bakery that specializes in making delectable pastries. Some most try items include their egg tarts, kaya puffs and baked char siew pao. Things here literally fly off the shelf. We only managed to sample their egg tarts, one of the last remaining food item available for sale.
The egg tarts ($1.20) are really good, especially if it's warm out of the oven. The crispy, crumbly and buttery pastry shell went really well with the warm egg custard filling. The egg tart isn't very big, I could have popped the entire piece in my mouth, but it's best to savour it slowly. By the time we decided to buy a few more before leaving the place, there weren't any left and the bakery decided to stop producing fresh batches and call it a day. We were left with a disappointing, "Come again tomorrow."