SunnyHill’s pineapple tarts delight24 October, 2012 by Yan
Having a Chinese heritage, pineapple tarts are a pretty common snack item and a must have during festive ocassions. Even though I usually shun the more commonly found factory made tarts, what was only until I was finally introduced to SunnyHill’s pineapple tarts.
After a recent affair with SunnyHill’s pineapple tarts at a road show, I decided to make a visit to their shop in Raffles Hotel to grab a few more boxes for the family.
The first thing that struck to me was their impeccable hospitality towards anyone who stumbled into their shop.
I walked into the shop well with an intention to purchase their pineapple tarts without needing any introductions, but instead was instructed by the polite waitress to sit down and enjoy a cup of tea and a piece of their pineapple tarts before making a purchase.
As part of their business philosophy, SunnyHills believes in letting customers try their products first before buying. And so, at any of their shops, every guest is given a pineapple cake and tea, whether they are buying anything or not.
One can relax and enjoy their snack on the communal table, filled with food and tea related reads to occupy your time with. And if you allow, the waitress will also painstakingly explain about SunnyHill’s philosophy, pineapple tarts and any additional information you may inquire.
What makes SunnyHills special? They differentiate themselves by using the finest ingredients from all over the world, boasting of premium butter from New Zealand, gourmet flour from Japan and organic pineapples from Taiwan.
Halal and Health-conscious individuals will also be thrilled by the fact that their pineapple tarts are certified Halal, ovo-lacto vegetarian friendly and free from preservatives. On the downside, you’ll have to finish them within 3 weeks.
Raffles Hotel Arcade
328 North Bridge Road
Telephone: +65 8522-9605
Addicted to film, Yan shoots with a black Nikon Fm3a. For special occasions, Yan shoots with a Mamiya Sekor TLR.