Chinese New Year is one of our absolute favorite times of the year. The meals shared amongst friends and family, the celebratory yu sheng that marks the beginning of the new year, the gambling, and of course, the decadent pineapple tarts. It’s time, once again, to hunt down for the best pineapple tarts in Singapore. We know everyone has their go-to pineapple tart brand to go with each year, but with so many new name brands popping up, it might be time to open up your options and try something new because some of these pineapple tarts are here to conquer. With some being sold out months before the festive season, you should get your hands on them quick and get a taste of these delicious bites.
We’ve compiled a list of some of the best pineapple tarts in Singapore that you should definitely try for the Lunar New Year.
1. Pineapple Tarts Singapore
Baked to perfection, their Melt In Your Mouth Pineapple Tarts are just heavenly. Each serving packs the perfect amount of pastry and pineapple filling. The moist, flaky crust is baked with butter and adds a good textured bite with the moist pineapple. The sweet and sour taste of the pineapple filling is just the right balance and not too sweet.
If you’re feeling a little adventurous and want something new and exciting this Chinese New Year, Pineapple Tart Singapore also offers Cheezylicious Pineapple Tarts in which the crust is infused together with parmesan cheese for the perfect rich and cheesy combination. For the mala lovers out there, they also have Siao LA – Mala Pineapple Tarts where they combine the numbing spicy flavour of mala and sweet pineapple paste making it extremely addictive. If you want a little kick to your pineapple tarts, definitely try this one! Their newest addition, the Double Truffle – Charcoal Truffle Pineapple Tarts are a super interesting take on combining the deep flavour of truffle with pineapple. First the black charcoal color of the tarts will intrigue you, the aroma will engulf you, then the taste will amaze you. A bite of this truffled infused tart will make it impossible to stop at one.
Location: 11 Sin Ming Road, Thomson V Two, #01-30, Singapore 575629
Telephone: 8127 0477 (Whatsapp)
Facebook: Pineapple Tarts Singapore
2. Wang Lai Bakery
Widely popular for their pineapple tarts, Wang Lai Bakery offers a wide range of CNY goodies that are very quickly sold out so make sure to get your hands on these delicious pineapple filled bakes. Made fresh to order, they offer both open faced and closed faced pineapple tarts that are extremely addictive. The tarts aren’t too hard nor crumbly in terms of its crust and are topped or filled with a good portion of pineapple jam, making the flavour the perfect blend of sweet and tangy.
Location: 20 Sin Ming Lane, Midview City, #03-58, S573968
Telephone: 8818 4585 (Whatsapp)
Facebook: Wang Lai Bakery
Bakerzin’s pineapple tarts are extremely delicious with their pineapple filling being not too sweet and just the right balance of tartness. The buttery and crumbly crust adds a good texture and packs the right amount of buttered goodness. The fruity flavours of pineapple jam of the Yuanbao Pineapple Tart is sure to entice your taste buds. It’s shaped like an ingot and each piece of this savoury treat will leave you wanting more. They also offer Parmesan Cheese Pineapple Tarts that blends well with the saltiness of the cheese and slightly spiced pineapple filling.
4. Old Seng Choong
Old Seng Choong are well known for their traditional bakes such as mooncakes and cookies but their pineapple tarts are definitely a hit as well. They are specially made and packed for sharing in the communal style. Other flavors such as Bak Kwa and Yuzu are also available, buttery with a crumbly crust, they have a slight sweetness and sourness that does not overwhelm but is the perfect balance.
Location: 171 Kampong Ampat | The Shoppes at Marina Bay | The Central @ Clarke Quay
Telephone: +65 6282 0220 | +65 6688 7341 | +65 6224 0915
Email: Contact form on Website
Facebook: Old Seng Choong
Sucre’s blueberry pineapple tarts are an alternative and great option for those who love blueberries. Adding a modern spin to the traditional pineapple tart, this unique spin combines the flavours of blueberry and raspberry blend into their tarts. The millennials will surely appreciate the instagram-worthy packaging and interesting flavour combination.
Telephone: +65 9008 0574
Facebook: Sucre Singapore
6. Amethy’s Pastry and Cakes
For those who prefer the sweeter pineapple tarts, Amethy’s Pastry and Cakes will definitely cater to your sweet tooth. The bite-sized tarts offer a decadent, crispy texture with the crust and goes well with the sweet and generous filling of pineapple.
Location: 524A Jelapang Rd, Singapore 671524
Telephone: +65 9733 6091
Facebook: Amethyst Pastry & Cakes Pte Ltd
7. KELE Pineapple Tarts
Offering both open-faced and ball pineapple tarts, KELE offers a wide range of flavours that you can choose from. One of their very popular pineapple tarts include the Rose Pineapple Tarts which offers a hint of floral note to the fruity flavour and is a light tasting tart that many would enjoy. Incorporated into their crumbly crust, not only will the colors of the different tarts wow you but the unique blends of flavours will as well.
Location: 2 Smith Street, Singapore 058917 | 15 Jalan Tepong Jurong Food Hub 06-16 Singapore 619336
Telephone: +65 6908 1511 | +65 6560 1249
Email: Contact form on Website
8. Bengawang Solo
Known for their traditional kuihs and go-to cake place for any celebration, Bengawan Solo’s pineapple tarts are also a big hit with their customers. Standard Pineapple Tarts (S$19.80/regular box) and Premium Pineapple Tarts (S$39.80/box) are the two available options for their pineapple tarts. A buttery texture balanced with flaky pastry and fruity flavour of pineapple makes their tarts a must-try during the season. Both the flavour and texture of the tart makes it an adventure in your mouth.
Telephone: +65 6756 9088
Facebook: Bengawan Solo Singapore
9. LE Cafe Confectionery and Bakery
First things first, you’ll definitely be amazed by how big their pineapple tarts are. As you can tell from the name: ‘Golf Ball Pineapple Tarts’, they are really enormous in size. They are heavily packed with pineapple filling and the crust is a lot more crumbly than usual which gives it a good balance to the smoother pineapple jam texture.
Location: 637 Veerasamy Road #01-111 S200637 |
31/33 Mackenzie Road #01-01 S228686 | 42 Cambridge Road #01-02 S210042
Telephone: +65 6294 8813 | +65 6337 2417 | +65 6298 1477
10. Crystal Jade
With many outlets available all around Singapore, do not hesitate to get your hands on their pineapple tarts at your nearest convenience. Crystal Jade’s legendary Fortune Bo Lo Pineapple Tarts are a combination of a pineapple tart and a baked pineapple bun. The buttery crust is soft and flaky and you can smell the aroma of an actual baked pineapple bun. The pineapple filling is generous, with a good combination of sweetness and sourness.
Telephone: +65 6735 2388
Email: Contact form on Website
Facebook: Crystal Jade Singapore