Egg tarts with a spoon @ Yamazaki Bakery Apr 19, 2012
So got two of each.
They look the same as the ones sold at TIT*F.
The egg tart filling was firmer than the usual Chinese egg tarts and the crust was hard and also very sweet.
The filling was not as yellow as the egg tart because it was made with egg white and milk, the taste was much milkier and not so sweet.
Overall I preferred the taste of this one.
For both egg tarts, the base was very thick and almost made up for a third of the egg tart height.
Supplementary Information:German pudding - creme brulee in an egg tart
Price: $5 each, marked down from the regular price of $6.5
English menu: yes
Yummy factor: OK
Sweetness levels: Bit too sweet
Value for Money3