Traditional longevity peach buns, better known as shou tao, are a must–have for any celebration in a Chinese restaurant as it symbolizes eternal blessings and longevity. This May, Peony Jade gives these pink steamed buns an egg-citing egg custard twist. Instead of the usual lotus paste, a restaurant signature buttery-sweet egg custard filling oozes as you sink your teeth in. Made fresh daily, the Longevity Peach Buns with Egg Custard are priced at $1.20 per piece for dine in (minimum order of 4 pieces) and $10 for a basket of 6 for takeaways. Do note that a one-day advance order will be required for takeaways and they will be available at both Keppel Club and Clarke Quay outlets now till 11 May 2014. By Peh Yi Wen See Also: Love Chinese food? Check out these places! Don't be left out on the cantonese food hype - here's where to find some!
Longevity Peach Buns with an Egg Custard Twist
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