Joy Luck Yum Sing Has Pop-Up At Bedok BCM In Circular Road, Serving Egg Tarts And Milk Tea
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You Can Now Get Joy Luck Teahouse’s Famous Egg Tarts and HK Milk Tea At Bedok BCM

7th September 2021

Joy Luck Yum Sing x Bedok BCM

BCM and joy luck collaboration

For those who are working in the CBD area, good news! Joy Luck Yum Sing is collaborating with Bedok Bak Chor Mee to feature its entire menu of Hong Kong-style beverages, and their famous egg tarts at Bedok Bak Chor Mee’s Circular Road outlet. Soon, you can quench your thirst or pair your meal with Joy Luck Yum Sing’s drinks, which include the Pearl of Joy series, Pearl of the Orient and more.

joy luck teahouse
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@jackeychongfoodstop

If you didn’t already know, Joy Luck Teahouse specialises in three of Hong Kong’s most iconic foods—egg tart, bolo bun, and milk tea. What makes them so special is that their recipes come from renowned HK brands such as Hoover Cake Shop and Kam Kee Cafe.

bcm soup version

On the other hand, Bedok Bak Chor Mee is famed for its bak chor mee in soup ($5.50/$7.50). The signature broth is said to be packed with rich, umami flavours, as it is simmered for over 24 hours using premium pork bones air-flown from Australia. 

bcm dry version

Soup aside, Bedok Bak Chor Mee also offers a dry-style bak chor mee ($5.50/$7.50). This features a bowl of noodles tossed in a dark sauce, and topped with minced meat. If you like spicy, add their house-made chilli sauce for an extra kick. 

joy luck fizzy drinkImage credit: Joy Luck Teahouse

To cool down from the spice, go for any of the fun and refreshing drinks in Joy Luck’s Pearl of Joy series. Priced at $3.80, consider the Lychee Fizz or the Honey Lemon Fizz for something fruity. Alternatively, cleanse your palate with the Sour Plum Fizz. Upgrade your drink with their unique Lychee Popping and Seaweed Jelly Pearls for just an additional $1

joy luck teahouse milk tea

For something more traditional and authentic, go for the Pearl of Orient ($4.80)—a classic Hong Kong-style milk tea. Made with famous cha chaan teng Kam Kee’s secret recipe, a sip of this bubble tea is said to transport you to the streets of Hong Kong! 

joy luck tea house egg tart

You’ll also be able to get your hands on Joy Luck’s famed egg tarts at Bedok BCM during this pop-up. Over 1.8 million egg tarts have been sold since Joy Luck Teahouse’s first opening, which is a true testament to its popularity. 

joy luck salted egg cookiesImage credit: Joy Luck Teahouse 

Moreover, Joy Luck’s newly launched Salted Egg Cookies ($19) will also be available for sale during this collaboration. Baked by Hong Kong’s Bakery Queen, Louisa Ho, it’s the first time any of her bakes are available for sale outside of Hong Kong.

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 Address: 13 Circular Road, Singapore 049369
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 10am to 8pm
Tel: 6970 5488
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