During my recent trip to Malaysia after our huge Bah Kut Teh breakfast in Kota Tinggi, Kev and I set off for our next destination… Malacca.
Walking down Jonker Street, we couldn’t help but notice this shop with a wide display of biscuits with various fillings. We were tempted but stuck to the choice of old fashioned Horse Hoof Biscuits or better known locally as Beh Teh Soh (马啼酥).
Ian Hup Seng Biscuit Co.
Shop 93/95, Jalan Hang Jebat,
See the making of Beh Teh Soh from 3rd generation Hokkien baker in Singapore below (in Mandarin, sorry). The bakers have at least 30 years experience in this field and the biscuits are handmade. Tan Hock Seng has been in Singapore for around 70 years.
P.S. Singaporean readers – If you don’t have time to go to Malacca, you can get fresh daily oven-baked ones from Tan Hock Seng at 86, Telok Ayer Street, Singapore.
Tan Hock Seng
86 Telok Ayer Street,
Tel: +65 65331798
Mon – Sat: 9am to 7.30pm
Sun: 12pm to 4pm