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Hong Kong’s Hang Heung Bakery Opens First Overseas Store In Singapore At ION Orchard

30th July 2020

Famous Hang Heung Bakery in Singapore

Hang heung bakery - new store at ion orchard
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Hang Heung Facebook page

With travel bans and everything up in the air thanks to the pandemic, I’m deeply grateful for any form of pseudo-travel experience. We had trendy Korean-styled fat macarons last week, and now there’s buzz about the super famous Hong Kong Hang Heung bakery hitting our shores. 

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This won’t be happening anytime this week, as they are set to open their flagship store in ION Orchard by the start of September this year. Bookmark this link or get updates via our Instagram page, as we count down the days to the opening of Hang Heung’s first outlet overseas. 

Hang heung bakery - handmade pastries
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Although they have over 100 kinds of Chinese pastries under their belt, some must-tries include their Hang Heung Wife Cake ($2.80 each or $15 for a box of six), Red Bean Paste Cake ($2.50), Mini Egg Yolk Cake ($2.50 each), and Handmade Egg Rolls ($25.80).

Hang heung bakery - mini egg yolk cake
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The 100-year-old bakery has obviously stood the test of time, as the unchanging taste of their traditional pastries has garnered fans in Hong Kong and overseas alike. These pastries are handmade, with original recipes used since 1920. The beauty of each of their cakes is attributed to be the combination of a flaky and buttery crust, along with a sticky centre.

Hang heung bakery - white lotus seed mooncake
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Those who can’t wait any longer can head to their pop-up at Raffles City from 24 August 2020. They will be located at #B1-K9, which is right outside the exit of Jason’s Market Place Supermarket. 

At this pop-up, you can expect classic mooncakes such as their White Lotus Seed Mooncake ($68.80 for four pieces), as well as a range of lava custard mooncakes priced at $58.80 for six pieces

Hang heung bakery - molten lava cake
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If you’re looking for something new this mooncake festival, skip the original flavour and check out their Matcha Red Bean Mooncake. It is made with Japanese Kyoto Uji matcha green tea powder that is balanced by a sweet and molten red bean centre.

For more sweet treats, check out Paris Baguette’s limited-edition Milo, bandung, and condensed milk croissants which freshly dropped this week. Unlike Hang Heung’s pastries, these Singapore-inspired goodies will only be here from 1 to 9 August 2020, so make haste and get one for yourself soon!

Address: 2 Orchard Turn, #B4-33, ION Orchard, Singapore 238801
Tel: 9855 9186

Feature image adapted from @kisiaomummy_bakes and @honyensiu.

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