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FUNG WONG CONFECTIONERY AT MALAYSIAN FOOD STREET RESORT WORLD SENTOSA – ITS CHAR SIEW SIEW BAO TIME!

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Hi there

During my staycation at Festive Hotel at Resort World Sentosa, was able to squeeze in some time at the end of the stay to get some Fung Wong Confectionery at Malaysia Food Street which my colleague has been raving about, saying that they tasted great even is cold so I am looking forward to trying it. 🙂

Fung Wong Confectionery at Malaysian Food Street RWS

The last time I tried it was when I was in JB a few years back and my friend brought me to eat some very nice Char Siew Siew Bao and there after, I didn’t seem to be able to find it in Singapore.

Anyway back to Fung Wong Confectionery, they are famous in KL, it is actually a home based pastry business with more than 100 years. They sell wedding biscuits, Char Siew Siew Bao and Egg tarts too.

Fung Wong Confectionery at Malaysian Food Street RWS

Fung Wong Confectionery at Malaysian Food Street RWS

FUNG WONG CONFECTIONERY AT MALAYSIAN FOOD STREET

So I got myself a few of each of their creation and happily bringing home, hopefully get to test the theory of eating it without reheating it. If it is really as good as my colleague has mentioned. 🙂

Fung Wong Confectionery at Malaysian Food Street RWS

The day I was there, there are 4 kinds of pastries available. Baked Char Siew Siew Bao, Chicken pie, Kaya Pie and Egg Tart. Although they have Kaya Pie, I didn’t feel like eating any sweet stuff, so I didn’t get it this time round.

Fung Wong Confectionery at Malaysian Food Street RWS

Each cost around $1.50 each which is not bad given the size of it.

Fung Wong Confectionery at Malaysian Food Street RWS

Oh you can also use your Genting points to redeem your purchase over here. I also see quite a few aunties buying the ready made boxes as well. And if you wonder how the pastries are made, you can also get to see the bakery chefs live in action too 🙂

Fung Wong Confectionery at Malaysian Food Street RWS

Here is the taste test report cards. 🙂

Egg Tart ($1.30 each)

Egg tart pastry is the flaky kind you get in any good dim sum place. As I am from Macau, I personally do not like how some egg tarts come in the solid tart base rather than the original flaky pastry. I felt the essence of an egg tart is by how silky smooth the egg custard filling being hold up by a light multi layer feathery like pastry base. 

And it definitely must gives off a very nice sweet and savory combination. Over here at Fung Wong Confectionery, although they have used flaky pastry but the pastry I felt was too limpy, perhaps because the pastry was not thick enough, the egg custard tasted a little blend too. I wonder if the egg tart has been in the oven for a couple of mins more, it might turned out better, perhaps a little more crisp. Here it is just too pale to my likings.

Fung Wong Confectionery at Malaysian Food Street RWS

Char Siew Siew Bao ($1.50 each)

This is the must have when you visit them and you probably would have guessed seeing how they start bringing trays and trays where diners can easily just get 6 – 12 in one go.

FUNG WONG CONFECTIONERY AT MALAYSIAN FOOD STREET

The Char Siew Siew Bao comes in quite a decent size and are baked just nice with a golden brown top and also a thin yet firm pastry. The fillings comes in also decent chunky chicken cubes with a very savory fillings, the fillings is a little bit more savory than sweet but I like the tenderness of the chicken and goes well with pastry. I have it cold actually and it was still pleasantly good without any greasy after effect.

Fung Wong Confectionery at Malaysian Food Street RWS

Chicken Pie ($1.50 each)

And now comes my favorite, it turned out to be the chicken pie 🙂 ok compared to Chicken Char Siew Siew Bao, fillings tad lesser, pastry texture is different but with more bite to it because of the top pastry which have this hint of sweetness in it, it is like the sugary baked top of Bolo Bao 🙂 .

The full bodied savory taste of the fillings find their match with the sweetness from the pastry, party in the mouth indeed. It is also so delicate that just one bite and is all it takes to crumble. 🙂 oh so good.

Fung Wong Confectionery at Malaysian Food Street RWS

Overall, a decent place to go for if you want an affordable snack at Resort World Sentosa or keep it as a late night snack in the hotel room. 🙂

BAKERY REVIEWS : FUN WONG CONFECTIONERY AT RESORT WORLD SENTOSA

Locations : Malaysian Food Street at Resort World Sentosa

Happy dining!

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Cheers!

Dawn

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