Guan Heong Biscuit Shop Singapore delivery

Ipoh is famous for many dishes: hor fun, curry mee, laksa, chee cheong fun, the list goes on. While most of these lean savoury, Ipoh’s crowning jewel for foodies also comes in the form of pastries, namely those from Guan Heong Biscuit Shop. Now, fans of the biscuit store no longer have to cross the causeway as the stall has announced that they will be offering delivery to Singapore, with fees priced at just RM3 ($0.96) per box.

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Image credit: Guan Heong Biscuit Shop

If you don’t know the hype around the brand, then here’s the lowdown. Guan Heong Biscuit Shop was the very first handmade biscuit store to open in Ipoh. The stall was established in 1918, and has been around for more than a century. Their recipes remain largely the same as they were way back when, though there are new pastries also introduced to keep up with the times.

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Image credit: Guan Heong Biscuit Shop

The RM3 per box delivery fee applies to their top six bestsellers. These are their Mini BBQ (RM26.80/$8.62), stuffed with barbecued meat, Meat Floss with Lotus Paste Biscuit (RM19.80/$6.37), Meat Floss with Salted Egg and Lotus Paste Biscuit (RM27.90/$8.97), Dried Meat Lotus Paste Biscuit (RM28.80/$9.26), Hawaiian Biscuit (RM25/$8.04), and their Signature Mix (RM25.50/$8.20). The final item comprises four of Guan Heong’s classic items, so you get three pieces each of their Meat Floss Lotus Paste Biscuit, Salted Egg Meat Floss with Lotus Paste Biscuit, and Dried Meat with Lotus Paste Biscuit.

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Image credit: @paulynzz

There are terms and conditions to making an order, however. You need to order a total of 12 boxes or more of the applicable items, so it’s best to ask your friends or family to chip in for the order.

If you’re interested, place your order via Facebook DMs, or via WhatsApp, at +60 1022 62657.

This promotion is only valid till 31 May 2021.

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