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Our Best Selling Products

Roti Jari

Rusk Biscuits (甘條) or Roti Jari, has become a household delicacy amongst many Malaysians. These biscuits are particularly famous with the elder generations as it used to be fed to babies that are just starting to grow their teeth out. Hence, the elder generations practically grew up with having a pack of Roti Jaris sitting in their homes. Roti Jari is not only crunchy, they also have a unique flavor that is easy to match with any hot milky beverages. The elder generation prefers to dip these biscuits in a hot cup of coffee, but it can also be enjoyed with any other hot milky beverages. Ingredients Wheat Flour, Sugar, Eggs, Salt, Vegetable Oil, Yeast. Gross weight: 140g

Brown Sugar Biscuit

Brown Sugar Biscuit (黑糖饼), as its name suggests, is the biscuit filled with sweet and soft brown sugar. Part of the filling is oozed out from the biscuit during the baking process, resulting in the unique appearance of the round biscuits. The taste is sweet with a pleasant aroma of brown sugar. Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Brown Sugar, Eggs, Vegetable Oil. Quantity: 14 pieces/packet

Biskut Kapai

Kapai Biscuits (加拜) or Roti Kapai, is a crispy, salty, and fragrant biscuit with roots dating back to India. Back when plantation workers were being imported from India to Malaysia, the Indians could not afford proper meals, hence they carried these biscuits in their pockets with them to work. These days, it is more typically enjoyed with a steaming cup of hot coffee, kaya, butter or even curry. Some men even like it with beer! It’s crispiness and unique taste has made it a favorite amongst the older generation. Ingredients Wheat Flour, Sugar, Egg, Yeast, Vegetable Oil and Salt. Gross weight: 160g

Tau Sa Biscuits

Tau Sar Pneah (豆沙饼) is an age old traditional delicacy in Penang that is highly sought after during the Lunar New Year as offerings to the God of Prosperity. The Tau Sar Pneah has since established an intimate history within the chinese community worldwide. These biscuits are filled with savoury green bean paste and fried onions, giving them their delicious and addictive flavor. It is recommended to eat them while hot, as the heat will enhance their scent and flavor.

Biskut A1

A1 Biscuits (A1饼) or Biskut A1 was invented by our bakers who believed that the ingredients in making this particular biscuit would make it one of the best. The name A1 was designed to be synonymous with being number one. The biscuit has a unique mix of sweet and salty flavor, making it one-of-its-kind, as most biscuits normally stick to a single conventional flavor. The unique flavor of this biscuit has made it one of the most highly sought after biscuit, either due to its unique taste or the curiosity of our customers. Due to the unique mix in flavors, this biscuit is best enjoyed alone in order to fully savour its flavor in its entirety. However, most of our customers reported enjoying them with a cup of hot coffee, as it softens the texture and brings out the unique flavorful taste. Ingredients Wheat Flour, Sugar, Salt, Eggs & Vegetable Oil. Gross weight: 160g

Pepper Biscuit

Pepper Biscuits (咸切酥), also called “Ham Chi Soe” is a traditional handmade delicacy originated from Penang. It is actually a spiced-up variation of the famed Kampar chicken biscuits or kai chai peng. Ham chi soe only has the slightest resemblance to the kai chai peng due to the use of five spices in its ingredients and its thin crunchiness but that’s where the similarities end. Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Sugar, Vegetable Oil, Pepper, Nuts. Gross weight: 230g/packet

Biskut Susu

Nice Biscuits (奶士) or Biskut Susu, literally translates as Milk Biscuits. These biscuits are one of the most recent inventions of the company. They were modelled after the Biskut Empat-Segi or See Kat Pneah, with the the addition of the strong taste of milk. These biscuits are best enjoyed when dipped into a steaming cup of hot Milo, as the milky flavor in the biscuits will be much more pungent. They are particularly famous amongst people who have a particular preference for milk-based delicacies. Ingredients Wheat Flour, Sugar, Salt, Egg, Milk Powder, and Vegetable Oil. Gross weight: 160g

Biskut Lenga

Sesame Biscuits (麻饼) or Biskut Lenga, is a biscuit filled with the nutty and musky scent of sesame. The dough of the biscuit is prepared with sesame oil and embedded with sesame seeds before baking, giving them the strong sesame flavor that many people love. Our sesame biscuits are popular amongst locals and tourists, as many of them love the unique flavor and scent that made sesame a staple ingredient in many delicacies worldwide. This biscuit can be enjoyed as it is, or even together with a steaming hot cup of beverage. Ingredients Wheat Flour, Sugar, Salt, Egg, Vegetable Oil and Sesame Seeds. Gross weight: 140g

Beh Teh Saw

Beh Teh Saw (马蹄酥) has been a staple delicacy in the Chinese community for a very long time. The name literally translates as Horseshoe Biscuits due to the unique shape of the pastry that was acquired back when pastries were still being baked in a traditional clay oven. The pastry dough was pasted into to the side of the clay oven for baking, hence the end-product appeared to look like that of a horsehoe. The pastry is filled with gooey maltose and a hint of sesame, giving it a sweet and savory taste that makes this delicacy one of the highly sought after pastry by locals and tourists alike. Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Sugar, Peanut Oil, Wheat Molasses, Fried Onions and Sesame Seeds. Quantity: 6 pieces/packet

Tambun Biscuit

Tambun Biscuits (淡文饼) is the miniature version of the famous Tau Sar Pneah, and one of the prominent traditional delicacies in Penang, together with the Tau Sar Pneah. Tambun biscuits have long been synonymous with Penang and is one of the products that a visitor should never leave without. What makes these biscuits so delicious is their fillings, that are filled with savoury green bean paste. Their thin crust and smoother appearances makes eating them enjoyable and convenient. Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Sugar, Green Beans, Fried Onions, Vegetable Oil and Salt. Quantity: 16 pieces/box

Biskut 4 Segi

See Kat Pneah (四角饼) or Biskut Empat-Segi, is modelled after your everyday grocery store crackers. What makes these biscuits different is the hand-made texture that is not only thicker but also much more crunchy. The biscuit has a unique salty taste that is best eaten by dipping into a hot beverage. Most of our customers prefer to dip them in coffee, but it can be easily adaptable to other hot beverages as well. Ingredients Wheat Flour, Sugar, Vegetable Oil, Salt, Eggs. Gross weight: 160g