Ta Sin Guan Tin Food Industries

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Ta Sin Guan Tin Food Industries

Ta Sin Guan Tin Food Industries
2.5
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Agnes C
By Agnes C
Loved the "Musang King" version of the heong peah
Apr 2018
We stopped by this shop after we went to see the "Leaning Tower Of Teluk Intan". This shop is only a few minutes away from The Tower, so we thought to check it out since we read about it in other blogs. Location ------------ The shop is in a shoplot area, there are public parking spaces in front and across the road. We went on a Saturday but had no issues finding parking there. The Biscuits ---------------- The first thing that hits you is the gorgeous aroma of baked biscuits when you walk into the shop. They do baking behind the shop, so the biscuits are fresh! The most popular item there is the heong peng (fragrant biscuit...if we translate it literally from chinese). Flaky crispy exterior, with a rich, goey malt-sugarish center. I don't think how I describe it would ever do it justice but this biscuit is a treat if you've not tried something like this before. The new thing that I discovered (maybe not new to the shop but definitely new to me) is the durian musang king version of the heong peng. I saw it on the shelves in this bright, light green/yellow packaging with wavy pattern cut out on the sides of the package. Very distinctive. The lady at the shop said it was quite popular with visitors. I wasn't too sure so I only bought one. I regretted it. I should've gotten at least 3 packets of it because that durian musang king version of the heong peng was so good! The pastry for some reason, was lighter than the regular heong peng, so you bite into it and then when you reach the center, you're consumed by this delightfully fragrant smell of the infamous durian. It was just sweet enough (but not too much) and the combination of the flaky pastry with the goey durian flavoured center makes it a delight to eat. If you like durians and you like heong peah, you MUST try this Musang King version of the heong peah. I've tried other brands but they don't come close to how beautifully balance the flavour is for this one. You will want to eat it with a plate to catch the crumbs because one bite into the biscuit, the pastry flakes and crumbles. Be prepared! It's so worth the mess though :) Samples? ------------- They had other variety of biscuits backed fresh and the lady of the shop was kind enough to give us a sampling of it before we bought it. Payment ------------ Wasn't sure if they took credit cards there but we paid cash. Best to check though.

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Djuki M
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Deceptive packaging
Aug 2019
We bought a bag of "Musang King Durian Bites" in the US in August 2019 and we got did not resemble the picture printed on the bag. The filling was not at all as full as pictured, and the color was close to an off white than a yellow durian color. Very deceptive. We're very disappointed with this product.
Written 23 August 2019
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC.

Agnes C
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Loved the "Musang King" version of the heong peah
Apr 2018 • Family
We stopped by this shop after we went to see the "Leaning Tower Of Teluk Intan". This shop is only a few minutes away from The Tower, so we thought to check it out since we read about it in other blogs.

Location
------------
The shop is in a shoplot area, there are public parking spaces in front and across the road. We went on a Saturday but had no issues finding parking there.

The Biscuits
----------------
The first thing that hits you is the gorgeous aroma of baked biscuits when you walk into the shop. They do baking behind the shop, so the biscuits are fresh! The most popular item there is the heong peng (fragrant biscuit...if we translate it literally from chinese). Flaky crispy exterior, with a rich, goey malt-sugarish center. I don't think how I describe it would ever do it justice but this biscuit is a treat if you've not tried something like this before.

The new thing that I discovered (maybe not new to the shop but definitely new to me) is the durian musang king version of the heong peng. I saw it on the shelves in this bright, light green/yellow packaging with wavy pattern cut out on the sides of the package. Very distinctive. The lady at the shop said it was quite popular with visitors. I wasn't too sure so I only bought one.

I regretted it. I should've gotten at least 3 packets of it because that durian musang king version of the heong peng was so good!

The pastry for some reason, was lighter than the regular heong peng, so you bite into it and then when you reach the center, you're consumed by this delightfully fragrant smell of the infamous durian. It was just sweet enough (but not too much) and the combination of the flaky pastry with the goey durian flavoured center makes it a delight to eat.

If you like durians and you like heong peah, you MUST try this Musang King version of the heong peah. I've tried other brands but they don't come close to how beautifully balance the flavour is for this one.

You will want to eat it with a plate to catch the crumbs because one bite into the biscuit, the pastry flakes and crumbles. Be prepared! It's so worth the mess though :)

Samples?
-------------
They had other variety of biscuits backed fresh and the lady of the shop was kind enough to give us a sampling of it before we bought it.

Payment
------------
Wasn't sure if they took credit cards there but we paid cash. Best to check though.
Written 5 May 2018
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC.

Jo-Ann
Shanghai, China14,123 contributions
Yummy Little Shop
Sep 2017 • Couples
It is mooncake time so there are all kinds of mooncakes here from the 'normal' ones to the Teochew ones. Interesting and everything looks so fresh. They also sell local biscuits and titbits. Good place to shop for snack stuff.
Written 22 September 2017
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