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8 Spots To Get Halal Tarts In Singapore

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Siti Ayeeshah Zaki •  Mar 07, 2022

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From halal croissants to delicious choux, HHWT does love its pastries! These tiny, almost bite-sized pie filled with fruits, custards and all sorts of delicious cream fillings are some to die for, especially when done just right. From egg tarts and pineapple tarts to interesting Nutella tarts, if you're looking to have your dose of tasty tarts in Singapore, here's your chance. Check out these 8 halal tart spots in Singapore! Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://bit.ly/3LnFN1F

Halal Tarts In Singapore

1. Tartbox by Meenbakes

Credit: Tartbox by Meenbakes If you’re into egg tarts, or nutella tarts and are looking for something different to sample, you’re going to want to check out Tartbox by Meenbakes. One of Singapore’s latest additions to the dessert scene is Tartbox by Meenbakes! Tucked away in the corner of Lavender, this Muslim-Owned hidden gem sells the most unique tarts you will ever find! From their regular tart flavours like Raspberry Swirl, Bandung, and Smores to specials like Black Forest and Coffee Walnut, you’ll never get bored. Tartbox’s tarts are made simply with familiar flavours and good quality ingredients to give you different and fun-flavoured tarts. Their portion sizes are also perfect for one person to enjoy a tart without feeling too full. That way you can enjoy tarts on a regular basis - just like having a cupcakecookie,donut, or even bubble tea!Tartbox by Meenbakes Halal-Status: Muslim Owned Instagram

2. Nonas Little Bakery

Credit: Nona's Little Bakery on Instagram Underrated but unique - that's how we would describe Nona's Little Bakery! Known for their tarts, this is definitely the one place you have to stop by to satisfy your cravings. Oh, and if you like the minimalist, rustic aesthetic, this place is perfect for you. Nona's Little Bakery designs their halal tarts with such detail that they look like works of art. Check out their Standard box of tarts that comes with 9 tarts in 3 different flavours: Choco Crunch, Fruit Tarts and Biscoff Cheese! Do note that Nona's Little Bakery is on hiatus till April 2022. Nona's Little BakeryHalal Status: Muslim-Owned Instagram

3. Riz Delights

Credit: Riz Delights on FacebookLocated at Upper Changi Rd, Riz Delights started out as an online business and they finally opened a physical shop in 2014 after the overwhelming support they received as an online retailer. Riz Delights doesn't believe in taking shortcuts in the art of cake making, their passion for the craft is reflected in their products - exquisitely decorated cakes and tarts! The original cheese tarts are made fresh and topped with fruits for that extra burst of flavour. And have you heard about the Speculoos Caramel Cheese Tart?
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Their gorgeous pieces are almost too good to eat, and their attention to detail will ensure you have a truly unforgettable dessert sesh. Riz DelightsHalal Status: Muslim-owned Instagram

4. Kopi & Tarts

Credit: Kopi & Tart on Instagram Craving some yummy egg tarts as a breakfast or teatime snack? Time to order some pastries from Kopi & Tarts! Whether you're savouring the original flavour or looking for something unique like apple crumble and blueberry, this buttery delight will brighten your day. You can mix and match the flavours and get a box of 18, or get their picnic set. If you're looking for a quick pick-me-up, feel free to order their hot drinks which are made "kopitiam" style! Halal status: Halal-certified Facebook

5. The French American Bakery

Credit: The French American Bakery on FacebookThe French American Bakery is the latest bakery to open in Kampong Gelam! It's run by a team of two - Aishah, who is also the Head Baker, and her husband. Chef Aishah has 15 years of culinary experience in the pastry kitchen. Don't miss out on specialities like its mixed fruit danish, blueberry cream cheese danish, and fruit tarts! Their cinnamon rolls and creme brulee are high raved by customers too! Halal status: Muslim-owned Facebook

6. Maison Sucree

Credit: maisonsucreesg on InstagramMaison Sucreeopened its doors in Redhill in November 2020 and it's pretty much a hidden gem. Their croissants have received rave reviews from customers as it's buttery and soft on the inside and flaky on the outside. Take your pick of the Lemon Meringue Tart, Signature Chocolate Salted Caramel Tart and more 🤤They've also launched a new flavour, Key Lime Tarts! Be sure to check it out. Halal status: Muslim-owned Facebook

7. Butter Studio

Credit: Butter Studio on Instagram If you're looking for desserts in Singapore that taste as good as they look, Butter Studio's handcrafted goodies! Their signature tarts are to die for. Creamy and crumbly, you're in for a treat! Check out the Sea Salt Nutella for something sweet, or have a bite of the Raspberry Frangipane for something a little more unique 🤩With 5 delicious, mouth-water tart flavours for you to pick from, not counting their seasonal specials, you'll be spoiled for choice! Butter StudioHalal Status: Halal-Certified Instagram

8. Breadwerks

Credit: Breadwerks on Facebook It's pretty difficult to find a halal bakery that serves traditional pastries. Located at Joo Chiat, Breadwerks serves some really yummy traditional pastries that not only look good but taste good as well! Despite the unassuming exterior, you'll be amazed at the variety of bakes they have once you step into the shop. We personally love their small fruit tarts which are perfect for munching on the go. You can't leave this bakery without buying their signature Tapak Kuda (cake roll) either. They have a range of unique flavours ranging from Horlicks to Milo, and it's really the generous amount of filling that keeps us coming back for more! Halal status: Halal-certified Address: 81 Joo Chiat Road #01-02/03, Singapore 427725 Facebook Talk about tasty tarts and delicious treats! Craving for some egg tarts, fruit tarts or even pineapple tarts already? Share this with your loved ones and order your next box of tarts! Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://bit.ly/3LnFN1F