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Ever since I tried the Portuguese egg tarts from Lord Stow's on the chilly shores of Coloane, I knew it's going to be hard to find anything better than that (I wolfed down three of those at one go). Every single time I see somewhere that claims to offer original Portuguese egg tarts, I'm tempted to try and see if I can finally get something similar to it but closer to home. I was at Tanjong Katong Road when the Madeleine's Original Egg Tart caught my eye.With its piping hot, glistening and golden crispy layering, it does look the part of those yummy egg tarts back in Macau. Yet with a bite, there was still something missing, perhaps a more generous buttery fragrance, the lack of a slightly torched surface... almost there, but not yet for the picky tastebuds. Well, egg tarts still make for awesome afternoon treats anyway... especially on rainy days like these.For more reviews: www.amiehu.com continue reading
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I had tried this, initially i though it was the same famous Margaret egg tart from macau, but then my first bite i realise it is different even i though is same brand. The macau one is nicer. However, in Singapore this is 1 of the good egg tart that we can have. Macau tarts' top part is harder then middle part is very soft, and sugar level is just nice for me and u can eat many and still hungry. As compared, this although is nice, but is kinda of more filling, i ate 2 and quite full to go for next 1. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-26
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I'm not a big fan of egg tarts but i love the ones here!! the best egg tart that i have in singapore. The crust is crispy and it has this very nice egg taste, abit of milk taste and it is very delicious. More richer taste than the other egg tarts sold elsewhere. for 6 of them i have paid $7.50 for it which i find it quite value for money. I always come here to buy after having punggol nasi lemak (katong branch) as it is just nearby I highly recommend their egg tarts! continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-07
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Madeleine's egg tarts are the Portuguese egg tart type. They are slightly more substantial than regular egg tarts having more dairy taste to them. The type of pastry used for this one is the flaky type which has layers of crumbly pastry that hold together well. The custard is smooth and sweet without being too overwhelmingly sweet and matches the crisp crust well. Priced at 1.50 for one, they are not extremely expensive but neither are they cheap. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-17
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The Portuguese egg Tarts are not bad. A nice change from regular egg tarts, these have a slightly more interesting flavour being slightly richer and more dairy like. The pastry is nice and flaky, maintaining its crisp and buttery flavour for quite awhile after purchasing. Even the next day, when heated up in a toaster oven, the egg tarts still taste very fresh and yummy. A good choice for a snack or breakfast continue reading
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