Loong Fatt Tau Sar Piah

Loong Fatt Tau Sar Piah

I was first introduced to Loong Fatt Tau Sar Piah a.k.a. the Tau Sar Piah from Balestier when I was just a young boy. My step-grandmother used to buy a box of these savoury goodies for my dad’s birthday, every year without fail. That’s true love, don’t ya’ll agree?

Unlike some of the newer chains that sell Tau Sar Piah, Loong Fatt sticks to the tradition of producing only sweet and salty versions – None of the ‘modern’ Durian or Mango flavours.

Loong Fatt definitely serves up the best Tau Sar Piah that I’ve had – nothing else that I’ve had so far compares. If you’ve tried it before, I’m very certain that you would agree with me. If you haven’t, at just S$0.70 each, what’s stopping you – it’s time to make a trip there tomorrow!

Loong Fatt Tau Sar Piah
639 Balestier Road

Note: I read a post on thefoodchapter and thought maybe I should do a short write up too! I like her comment, “Like laksa is to katong, tau sar piah is to Balestier.



  1. Hey, I love Loong Fatt TSP too. There are quite a number of shops selling TSP in Balestier, with more flavours and lower prices, but this is the one my mom always buys from. I prefer the salty version, which is still sweet mostly with a hint of saltiness.

    • @Veron: Yeah I know right! Loong Fatt is like “the” shop. If I recall correct, there are 3 shops selling TSP on the same street! And I definitely agree with you – the salty version is the way to go!

  2. haven’t eaten much tau sar piah in singapore but i love those from penang! how do you think loong fatt compares against the latter?

    • @stargirl: To be honest, I’ve not tried those from Penang yet!

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