Have You Tried Eng Bee Tin’s Golden Pork Floss Hopia?

These are so addictive-sharing is impossible!

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You might be more familiar with the traditional hopia filling of munggo (dark beans) or kundol (white gourd cooked in lard, also known as hopia baboy) but have you ever tried a pork floss hopiaEng Bee Tin expanded their hopia selection to include flavors like ube (purple yam), custard, ube and custard, buko pandan, and their most recent addicting addition, the Golden Pork Floss Pork Hopia (P250, box of 12).


The Golden Pork Floss Hopia is a soft pastry, with a dried meat wool-like filling—which has a fluffy texture (almost like coarse cotton!) as compared to the regular pork hopia. When you bite into this golden-baked pastry, the pork floss filling will gradually melt in your mouth but even before it completely disappears, you get a sweet-salty-meaty combo. Every bite is addicting, that you won’t even notice you’ve finished the whole box by yourself (it's really sweet more than salty!). 


If that got you craving for hopia, it’s the perfect time to have a Chinese food crawl at Binondo and visit Eng Bee Tin’s newest flagship store, located at in Binondo, Manila. 

 

Visit Eng Bee Tin's official website for the full list of branches. 

 

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