For Chinese New Year, Singaporeans often consume pineapple tarts. Some of the most reliable sources include the following:
- Kele – Open-faced and mini pineapple tarts, both with their signature fragrant and buttery pineapple center, are among Kele’s specialties.
- Bengawan Solo – It is a well-known bakery chain that serves mouthwatering pineapple tarts prepared from scratch with only the finest ingredients.
- The Pine Garden – Nonya Pineapple Tarts and Pineapple Rolls are just two of the many delicious pineapple treats available at The Pine Garden, a neighborhood bakery.
- The Tan Hock Seng Cake Shop – It has been a Singaporean institution since 1947, and its crumbly, pineapple-filled pineapple pastries are legendary.
- Tung Lok – It is a popular restaurant franchise renowned for its award-winning pineapple tarts, which feature a buttery crust and a tangy pineapple filling, and other Chinese New Year treats.
- Pineapple Tarts Singapore – Want some warm, homemade pineapple pastries brought right to your door? Buy them in Singapore at Pineapple Tarts. This webshop claims to sell only freshly baked Chinese New Year treats of the highest quality that will astound your loved ones. Its pineapple tarts are prepared from scratch with high-quality ingredients for a buttery, flavorful bite, and the filling will have you wanting more. Traditional Nyonya pineapple tarts, a must-have for any Chinese New Year spread, are now taking reservations. Primax (22 New Industrial Road, #03-15) is offering complimentary samples every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Wang Lai Bakery – Wang Lai’s delicious pineapple tarts are a great example of a classic dish prepared conventionally. The trick? Using a family recipe that has been handed down for four generations, this bakery’s pineapple tarts are made with care and only the finest ingredients.
- Ding Bakery – Ding Bakery’s baked goods are all prepared from scratch using secret recipes developed in-house. In what way? CNY’s delicious sweets, such as pineapple pastries, are hard to resist. In its first year of business, the bakery served over 80,000 clients.
- One◦15 Marina – Delicious Golden Churn butter and organic pineapple paste fill these buttery, flaky pineapple pastries. When we say these will dissolve in your tongue, we mean it. The finishing touch of pink Himalayan salt is the cherry on top. You won’t have that container for long. The sambal pineapple tarts with dried shrimp ($34.80) will satisfy your need for spice. If you like sweet and spicy flavors, you’ll love this mix of chili padi, premium dried shrimp, and sweet pastry.
- Janice Wong – Who better to ask than Janice Wong for advice on your next dessert? The dessert monarch serves up stunning pineapple tarts in the classic form. The flaky pastry is a nice contrast to the shiny pineapple marmalade. We’re also taking a look at the pineapple spheres that were given a chocolate coating for an extra dose of decadence.
- Le Levain – For the Lunar New Year, this specialty bakery has introduced a new line of pineapple tarts. Celebrate the holiday season with the original, which has a flavor profile that combines sour and sweet notes. The osmanthus variant is also available and has a distinct taste. Do you want to take a risk? Don’t forget to stock up on bobo chacha and almond hazelnut biscuits for the party’s spread. The German pastries flavored with Uji matcha are calling our names.
- SunnyHills – Taiwan’s renowned SunnyHills pineapple cakes, which are square or rectangular in shape, are a delicious treat. These individually wrapped pineapple cakes are packed in a case with cute bunny drawings. The thick and chunky pineapple jam has just the right amount of sweetness and tartness. The dough isn’t too crumbly, either, so you can eat a lot without making a huge mess.
- Le Café Confectionary & Pastry – The pineapple pastries at Le Cafe, also known as “golf balls” due to their size and shape, are delicious and round. It’s okay if the top is a little thin. The abundance of the pineapple marmalade filling more than makes up for this.
- Joyus Pastries – Here’s another option for getting your Chinese New Year supplies if you happen to work in or around the Tanjong Pagar district. You can buy these classic pineapple pastries by the tubful! You can count on a biscuit foundation that’s crisp and a filling that’s homemade (without artificial flavors or colors).
- Home’s Favourites – One of our favorite cookie companies, Home’s Favourite, offers not one but three distinct pineapple tarts. Consider the classic pineapple tart, the more modern pineapple ball, and the aesthetically stunning black and gold pineapple tart. Everyone can find something they like.
These are merely a few of the many excellent Singaporean establishments offering pineapple pastries. It’s worth it to try this classic treat from all the local bakeries to discover your favorite version.