Tai Cheong Bakery’s egg tarts may have captivated hearts in the West, but it appears that Joy Luck Teahouse is set to go one step further…
With its limited-edition egg tarts – that are supposedly created with 22 carat French Gold Flakes.
Launched in conjunction with the opening of its fourth outlet at Parkway Parade, as well as the upcoming festive CNY period, these delectable egg tarts are a sight to behold…
And surely a taste to savour too.
Joy Luck Teahouse Has Egg Tarts Made With 22-Carat French Gold Flakes for CNY
To mark the occasion, and in anticipation of the upcoming festive period, Joy Luck Teahouse has unveiled a line of absolute gold delicacies:
Gold Egg Tarts made with 22 carat French Gold Flakes.
The egg tarts are decorated with 22-carat edible French gold flakes, and are part of the teahouse’s Chinese New Year menu.
Apparently, these beauties were released for pre-order collection from 22-24 January, and are now available in limited quantities.
They are priced as follows:
- One piece: S$6
- Four pieces: S$22.80
- Six pieces: S$28.80
For the record, the teahouse’s signature egg tarts are baked in two forms: puff pastry and butter cookie.
It should be noted, however, that the gold flakes are highly unlikely to offer any real taste.
But then again, they are certainly aesthetic enough to constitute as visiting gifts this CNY.
Better than real inedible gold, we would presume.
Apart from its egg tarts, Joy Luck Teahouse @ Parkway Parade has also released Dried Scallop Hae Bee Hiam Chee Cheong Fun in collaboration with Singapore’s very own Ah Ge, celebrity actor Li Nanxing.
The outlet-exclusive item is priced at S$4.80, and will be available for a limited time only.
The teahouse is also known for its pineapple buns (Bo Luo Bao) and milk tea, both of which are on UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage of Hong Kong list.
All in all, definite reasons to pay the prestigious Hong Kong teahouse a visit.
Food Republic @ Parkway Parade, Stall MR#6,
80 Marine Parade Road, Singapore 449269
9am to 10pm daily
Featured Image: Facebook (Joy Luck Teahouse)