Thursday, July 23, 2015

Open at 0800

3 in a serving - I have forgotten the price

Flaky layered crust with smooth egg custard = tasty!
 
Smart of them to open early now

36 comments:

  1. hmmmm, guess i won't be lucky enough for this.. normal days, i will not be around 1U.. weekends, i will not be waking up until 10am, hahaha!! anyway, i wonder if they have fixed timeslots for baking the egg tarts like many HK bakeries and restaurants??

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    1. Don't think they have fixed time slots.

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  2. 8 is late for us here. 7 is fine. Most hotels serve breakfast at 6.30.

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    1. Oh ya! Forgot! It gets bright around 6 here.

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    2. Hotels here also serve breakfast that early but this is in a shopping mall where the other shops open only around 10 or 11am.

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    3. In kl 7am only it gets bright!

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  3. Oh my. I love the look of the egg tart. The custard look smooth and creamy.

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  4. Call me jakun, we don't go to 1U, coz faraway from our place.. The place we always go to are usually Pyramid or Midvalley.. Egg tarts, I can eat 10, give me!

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    1. THW at Midvalley also opens at 8am during weekend. You can go there with your 3 boys.

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  5. OMG look at those tarts! I can literally swear that they will be delicious, look at how yellow the custard is, and how flaky the crust is!

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    1. I thought you would say no, this does not look like real egg tarts but I am wrong! Hope they open an outlet in Pg soon.

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    2. What do you mean? These are the REAL egg tarts!

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  6. Ah...this is their new outlet...more outlets, less queue! ;D

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    1. Opened quite a while ago. The Midvalley outlet also opens at 8am during weekends and public holidays.

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  7. That's good they open at 8:00am. Hopefully at that hour there is less people.

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  8. If go at 8am, finish eating do what? Other shops not open yet...

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    1. Eat slowly until 10am then got other shops open at that time.

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  9. Just look at the tarts! I miss the Portuguese tarts but your tarts looks as good as the Macau tarts!

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    1. Portugese tarts are sold in KL too but I don't they are as delicious as those in Macau.

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  10. Wow! I am a bachelor now and needs to eat out. I will walk there at 8am. Anyone?

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    1. Your spouse being overseas do not make you a bachelor lah. Hahahaha!

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  11. wow.. i love egg tarts... i can eat all these three in no time LOL

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  12. omg. I bet it was super tasty! I don't know if I could eat 3 of them at once, but I'd definitely try!

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  13. To me, this place is over-rated in SG. Tried once but nothing great at all I'm afraid.....

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    1. I think their BBQ buns and Ma Lai Ko is very tasty. Can't find equivalent in other shops.

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  14. This a bit of off topic, but I really like the plate in the first picture, is like it design to put egg tart, like fit perfectly...hahaha!!

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    1. I think the plate should be custom made.

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  15. Ohh...egg tarts.yumm. Haven't try their egg tarts though but eaten lots of the baked BBQ buns.hahah

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    1. Do try next time if you are game to.

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