Pineapple tarts are one of the most popular Chinese New Year treats, and they are considered a must-have by practically every household in Singapore during this festive season. Everyone seems to appreciate these buttery and crumbly sweet delights, whether they are ball-shaped, rolls, or open-faced tarts.
With the festive season approaching, many of us are gearing up for some serious shopping to find the best Chinese New Year treats. We have curated the top 10 best pineapple tarts in Singapore that are guaranteed to dazzle your guests.
|Contact Details||+65 6245 8603|
|Address||391 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238872|
In their early years, when they were located on Upper Cross Street, Yi Kou Wei was known for its freshly hand-made Springroll “Popiah” and pastries. They took satisfaction in dedicating ourselves to promoting Home-made Traditional Chinese pastries for over 25 years, and we earned a reputation for selling our unique kueh and pastries throughout time.
- Premium Ingredients
Will definitely pop by everytime I visit Taka. I really love the glutinous rice though its on the pricey side. Super friendly aunties as well, highly recommended. 🙂 – CC
Friendly staff and good popiah, especially with their garlic chilli. The golden crispy added some great texture to the bite. – Dol Chew
Ilove thier pineapple tart so much. – Baby Lee
|Contact Details||+65 9618 1238|
|Address||#B1-03 Tanjong Pagar MRT (near Exit B, Anson Rd, Singapore 069119|
Joyus Pastries began as a small, homey operation and has now evolved to become a neighborhood favorite. But one thing hasn’t changed: their conviction that every pie and biscuit should be created using traditional recipes passed down from generation to generation. And every step, from kneading the dough to packing them, is done with care to ensure that you get the quality and warmth that can only come from food made from the heart.
- Natural Ingredients
- Handmade Freshness
- No Preservatives
Small shop hidden in the MRT with continues customers. Really good tast. It’s a little pricy compared with that boughtin the supermarket, but really deserve the money. Will buy again definitely. – Vienna
One of the best Pineapple Tart Almond Cookies. Cashew Nut Cookies i always buy on my son and my birthday and Christmas. – Ann
I think they have the best pineapple tart — I’ve sampled a good many including Bengawan Solo handmade and Kele. I’ll return for more. The lady working at Tanjong Pagar is really kind and patient. – Y. Lu
|Contact Details||+65 6337 2417|
|Address||Main Branch: 31/33 Mackenzie Road, #01-01 Singapore 228686 |
Branches: Blk 42 Cambridge Road #01-02 Singapore 210042
Blk 637 Veerasamy Road #01-111 Singapore 200637
Established in 1949, we started out as an eating house at 264 Middle Road, David Elias Building. At that time, we served Chinese food (tze char), cakes, pastries and drinks. In 1975, we began operating as a cafe – L.E. Cafe Confectionery & Pastry, concentrating wholly on cakes and bread. Some of our offerings were Buttercream Cakes, Cream Puffs, Swiss Rolls, Apple Strudel, Chicken Pies, Cheese Sticks etc.
Customers would come in to enjoy their cake and coffee or tea. Some time in the 1990s, we revamped our business model and converted our bakery/cafe to a takeaway shop. This was also the time when we introduced our “Golf Ball” Pineapple Tarts. In 2000, we added Bean Curd Tarts to our menu. We opened our 2 branches, at Cambridge Road, in 2007 and Veerasamy Road, in 2009. In Nov 2018, we relocated our main shop from our original premises at 264 Middle Road to our current location at 31/33 Mackenzie Road.
- Handmade Everyday
- No Pork. No Lard
Small shop house location to pickup top-quality famous Singapore treats. They are most famous for Singapore-style pineapple tarts which are the size of golf balls. – John A
Very tasty beancurd tarts but what’s truly great is their people! – Chelsea Lim
Pineapple tarts are crusty and big -no pork no lard- but I personally feel the pineapple filling taste -average. It’s definitely a place to get yr pasties if u organizing family /friends tea parties/high tea, or as gifts! – TT
|Contact Details||+65 6908 1511|
|Address||2 Smith St, Singapore 058917|
The ananas comosus, sometimes known as the “pineapple,” is a South American fruit that was found by Italian explorer Christopher Columbus in 1493. Columbus’ observation of the fruit’s scaly skin, which is supposed to resemble pine cones, is said to be the source of the fruit’s common name. Columbus was fascinated by the delectable fruit and brought it back to Europe, where it piqued the interest of European explorers and was distributed to various regions of the world in the 16th and 17th centuries.
- Voted Best Pineapple Tarts in Singapore
I reckon they have one of the tastiest pineapple tarts in sg. The tarts have a soft buttery crust and a perfect pineapple to tart ratio. They have a couple of new creations, but I have always just go their traditional pineapple tarts only. – Jos Baiker
Delicious pineapple tarts and balls – pineapple to biscuit ratio is out of this world! Service is also warm and friendly. A Jar or a box makes for a great gift. Some of the best in town. – Han Nguyen
Great Nonya pineapple tart taste. Go for the ball variety. I prefer this to the usual flat version. – Peng Soon Lim
|Contact Details||+65 8522 9605|
|Address||3 Seah St, Singapore 188379|
SunnyHills is a supporter of the Slow Food Movement, which advocates for a return to the source and a sensitive approach to farming operations. SunnyHills believes in responsible farming and fair-trade policies as a way of giving back to its land and people. On the estate, it employs local villagers and farmers in all of its agricultural and economic operations.
- Direct with Farmers
- 100% All Natural Ingredients
- Over 60 Years of Professional Baking
I always find SunnyHills’ Pineapple Tarts to be a reliable pineapple tart if you like this Taiwanese style pineapple tart : it is not too big, the pastry has a nice buttery fragrance and the pineapple filling is not too sweet. – Lee Xin Li
I like the pineapple tarts a lot.. the filling is not saccharine-sweet like some others.. and the buttery crust taste good too! – Evelyn Soh
Nice pineapple tarts. Nice and relaxing cafe with seats. – Kyler L
|Products||Other than our most popular Award-Winning Premium Melt-In-Your-Mouth Pineapple Tart|
(Ball), Melt-In-Your-Mouth Pineapple Ball (French Butter) and Award-Winning Nyonya
Pineapple Tarts, we are back with 3 new unique Pineapple tart Flavours:
Melt-In-Your-Mouth Charcoal Pineapple Ball
Melt-In-Your-Mouth Matcha Pineapple Ball
Melt-In-Your-Mouth Pandan Pineapple Ball
|Price Range||$18.90 to $22.90 for pineapple tarts/balls|
$17.90 to $22.90 for CNY crackers and cookies
Specific pricing for individual products can be found from our website
|Contact Details||+65 8890 9055|
|Address||140 Paya Lebar Rd, #03-13 AZ @Paya Lebar, Singapore 409015|
Ding Bakery has sold over sold over 90,000 award-winning CNY Goodies last year and they are back again this CNY! Their goodies are prepared with only the freshest and best ingredients. Masterly handcrafted with their award-winning recipe, every bite of their goodies leaves one craving for more, making it the perfect tasty indulgence for this festive occasion.
- Freshly Baked
- Premium handmade and homemade CNY goodies with zero preservatives
- Our most popular product, Melt in Your Mouth Pineapple Tarts are encased with a unique non-crumbly texture that is slightly flaky
- Moderated sweetness to suit most palates
- We have a wide range of goodies that are loved by both kids and adults
- Award-Winning recipe
- Highly recommended by Top food bloggers and customers
- Free delivery for orders above $100
- Enjoy up to 40% off now for Early-Bird promotion
Love their butter cookies! Very fragrant and kind of melt in the mouth… a pity that I couldn’t get gula melaka kueh Bangkit, need to be faster next year! – Jesyi Lim
Sincere and great experience shopping at the outlet. The staff here have provided outstanding service and warmth. The award winning pineapple ball is definitely deserving of the award! – Karynn Francis
Awesome Selection of CNY goodies. Bought in 2018 and a repeat customer in 2019. Extremely happy and I definitely enjoyed all the goodies last year. – Alexander Gimino
|Contact Details||+65 8818 6227|
|Address||20 #03-58 Sin Ming Ln, Midview City, Singapore 573968|
Wang Lai Bakery, which opened in 1968 and specialized in traditional Chinese sweets, has been a famous confectionery stall in Chinatown. If you go to Chinatown during the Chinese New Year, they have almost certainly passed by their modest stand. Wang Lai Bakery has gone a long way from its humble beginnings as a passion of baking CNY goodies for friends and family.
- Truly Homemade
- Authentic Traditional Flavors
- Free Delivery
My favourite has got to be their signature pineapple tarts and kuih bangkit. Their prices are also very affordable so i will recommend to all. – Steph Ho
Remember the times when I was going Chinatown every year to queue for their goodies. They are finally online this year, now I dont have to queue anymore, well done. – Jenny Lai
Purchase during CNY, Love it. – Xinsheng Xu
|Products||Daily Bakes: Muffins, Sourdough, Wholemeal Series|
CNY cookies: Juicy Pineapple Tarts, Nonya Kueh Bangkit, Nonya Love Letters
|Price Range||Daily Bakes:-|
(i) Muffins : from $1.80 onwards
(ii) Sourdough: from $6.80 onwards
(iii) Wholemeal Series: $3.90 onwards
(i) Juicy Pineapple Tarts: $26 onwards
(ii) Nonya Kueh Bangkit: $30
(iii) Nonya Love Letters: $29.90
|Contact Details||+65 94779113|
|Address||35 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428754|
Tracing back to the humble beginnings of Baker’s Well in 2004,
They started out as a small labour of love striving to produce wholesome and truly homemade products from their ovens.
One of their beliefs and fundamentals – to always produce lovingly made products that everyone can genuinely enjoy.
This wonderful Bakery has been serving the Katong area since 2004. Amazing bread, wonderful cakes and other items. – Charles Springgay
One of the best kaya Buns in Singapore. Might look like a simple bun but there are layers of kaya folded in the bread! Kaya is super fragrant too. Might be slightly pricey but definitely worth every penny. – Brian He
Saw good reviews on their kaya bun and decided to try today, no regrets! Slight crispy on the most outer skin, soft and creamy inside. Very special to see it layered! Muffin is not bad too, all are $2/each and variety of flavors! – Lim En Yi
|Contact Details||+65 8127 0477|
|Address||11 Sin Ming Road Thomson V, Two, #01, 30, Singapore 575629|
Pineapple Tarts Singapore was founded with the mission of providing not only the highest quality but also the best-tasting Chinese New Year Goodies, particularly Pineapple Tarts, at an affordable price. Every Chinese New Year Goodie has its own importance and meaning, symbolizing things like prosperity and fortune. During Chinese New Year, we seek to embrace this heritage by strengthening relationships and bringing families together through our traditional handcrafted sweets.
- Award Winning Recipe
- Free Delivery
- Free Tasting
- 100% Homemade & Handmade
First time trying the melt in your mouth pineapple tarts during this festive season. I would say i give it a 11/10 🙂 The tarts are so flavorful and soft~ Shared them with my family and friends and they loved it too! – Agatha
Love how soft and buttery the pineapple tarts are! Not overly sweet which is perfect! Highly recommend the salted egg ones if u’re looking for a more unique flavor, it tastes really good! – Ina Ong
One of the best pineapple tarts and CNY cookies bakers in Singapore; flavourful, not too sweet, and great texture. Has exceeding expectations over the past 2 years of our patronage. – Lin Derong
|Contact Details||+65 8850 5918|
|Address||1 Irving Pl, 02-13 Commerze @ Irving, Singapore 369546|
Chanel, a grounded cabin crew member, created Whisking Bakes in May 2020. Airline personnel was greatly impacted by the epidemic, so with spare time and a passion for baking, Whisking Bakes was established. They strive to give excellent service and value to each and every customer, in addition to providing high-quality tarts prepared with love. Whisking Bakes would not be where it is now if they’re not for all of you!
- Top Notch Quality
- Best Service
These elusive Orh Nee Tarts from Whisking Bakes are really hard to get since it’s always on a Fastest Fingers First basis so I’m thankful to get my hands on them via my group buy. – Alicia Ho
The tart melts in the mouth and i should say the best tart i ever ate. Gave my daughter a piece and she asked for more saying its so yummy. Please do it in pineapple as well so i can get it for chinese new year 🙂 – Chloe Wong
I love the overall taste and texture of the tarts! It’s worth the wait and purchase. Highly recommended. – Kayla Quah
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