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Eng Bee Tin

Sunday, May 25, 2008
Ask anyone what's the best hopia in town, and he or she will surely answer: "Eng Bee Tin" without really thinking hard.

If you're looking for the best hopia and tikoy in town, Eng Bee Tin is the place to be. I always go here whenever my relatives want me to send them Chinese delicacies in the US. It has also been a part of our life whenever Chinese New Year comes or whenever we just feel like to eat hopia or tikoy. I've been here several times and I always see lots of customers queuing around. Whether early in the morning or late at night, the store is always packed with people buying different flavored hopia and other Chinese delicacies as thought it would be their last meal. Maybe because of the quality of their products that you can taste. I, myself can attest the quality and freshness of their products.

Eng Bee Tin at Ongpin Street

Eng Bee Tin's hopia ube was first featured in Cory Quirino's CityLine. Little did Mr. Gerry Chua, owner of Eng Bee Tin, know that it would forever change his life. The next day Gerry was surprised to see his phone ringing off the hook. He received dozens of calls from interested customers, dealers and kibitzers.

Nowadays, Chua produces more than 15,000 packs of hopia a day and this is distributed all over the country and even exported now since his products have a shelf life of one week outside the refrigerator.

Eng Bee Tin's all time favorites are Hopia Ube, Mongo, Red Mongo, Baboy, Pandan, Mongo Lite, Pina, Long Life, Ube Dice, Ube Langka, Mochaccino, Choco-Peanut, Ube Keso and Ube Pastillas and lots of Tikoy to choose from. They also have native products, frozen items, bread and cakes, crackers/flakes and ready to eat like siomai, pork kikiam roll, lumpiang shang hai, goyong roll, camaron relleno, fried meat balls, fried wanton, lechon kawali, pork asado and asado egg.


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Tarts and Pastillas

Eng Bee Tin products are locally available in various supermarkets, groceries, restaurants, office and school canteens. The company is also one of the biggest international exporters of Hopia, delivering to Asia, Middle East, Europe and USA.

Eng Bee Tin goodness and freshness in every bite, meant to capture your hearts!

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i used to go to chinatown just to buy eng bee tin hopia. nice blog!

Friday, June 13, 2008 6:50:00 AM  

Thanks Oliver!

Monday, October 13, 2008 3:15:00 AM  

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