It’s no secret that at the very core of the world’s cultures is their food. Intrinsically tied to their diet, we can often spot a culture’s heritage and traits through the colours on a plate.
Among the most easily recognised and enjoyed culinary tradition is Hong Kong’s teahouse-style dining, where we can always get our fix of UNESCO-recognised cultural treasures – Hong Kong’s egg tart, pineapple bun, and milk tea.
Known for bringing these authentic cha-chaan-teng gems and other popular Hong Kong snacks to Singapore, Joy Luck Teahouse welcomes this Chinese New Year with new festive twists on their famous egg tarts.
Created specially for Chinese New Year, gift your loved ones with their Fortune Pineapple Egg Tart, which has a layer of slightly tart pineapple jam between the buttery cookie crust and egg custard. Try them for yourself for an auspicious year ahead.
The Lychee Popping Joy Hong Kong Style Egg Tart is a delicious package of bubbly happiness. Made with a crumbly cookie crust and wobbly egg custard centre, each tart is embedded with lychee popping pearls – lower in calories than the usual tapioca pearls in bubble tea and much more refreshing.
For a luxurious celebration, go for their Gold Egg Tarts. Flecked with 22-carat edible French gold flakes, their aesthetic sparkle is sure to delight with its auspicious symbolism of abundance, prosperity, and luck.
To place your orders or find out more, visit their site here.