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Queen’s Yu Sheng.
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Green pea and almond cookies.
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Pineapple cake.
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Pineapple and Coconut Tart.
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Orange Upside Down Cake.
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Golden Ingot Pineapple Tarts.
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“Mandarin orange” version of the eclair.
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Durian nian gao roll.
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Out Of The Cake Box.
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True Blue Cuisine's pineapple tart.
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Supernature’s limited edition free range bak kwa.
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Choux Trinity.

New year treats with a twist

You have less than two weeks to stock up your Chinese New Year snack trays. Here's a list to give you a headstart.
Feb 7, 2015 5:50 AM

Antoinette

30 Penhas Road Tel 6293 3121

http://antoinette.com.sg/

IF you can't get enough of yusheng at your reunion dinner, end off with one - the dessert version, that is. Antoinette'