Tanjong Rhu Pau can still be found in Tanjong Rhu, which is something you cannot take for granted nowadays in Singapore. However, the shop that you have to look out for is Chin Sin Huat Eating House. There you will find the delicious small pau which they call Tua Bak Pau or Big Pork Pau. Tanjong Rhu Pau also has outlets in Geylang and Thomson.
Chin Wah Bak Pau
Chin Sin Huat Eating House is an old school coffeeshop on the ground floor corner unit of a HDB block in Jalan Batu. The famous Tanjong Rhu pau shop occupies half the shop space. The other food stall there is the Tanjong Rhu Prawn Noodle stall.
The Tanjong Rhu Pau shop in Jalan Batu is known as Chin Wah Bak Pau and the paus are handmade on the premises.
You can enjoy the Tanjong Rhu paus in Chin Sin Huat Eating House or buy them to takeaway.
Tanjong Rhu Pau (Guillemard)
Tanjong Rhu Pau has an outlet in Geylang. It is located in a shophouse at the junction of Lorong 34 Geylang and Guillemard Road.
The Geylang outlet is for takeaway as there is no sitting area. There is a wider range of paus and dim sum in the Geylang outlet.
Tanjong Rhu Small Big Pau
Tanjong Rhu Pau is most famous for their Tua Bak Pau or Big Pork Pau. The rather remarkable thing about the Big Pau is that it is in fact not big at all. It is really the size of most small
Tanjong Rhu Pau’s big pork pau ($1.40 each) may be small but it is delicious. The skin is soft and has just the right thickness. The savoury filling is moist and tasty. You can finish the whole pau in 2 or 3 mouthfuls but each bite is a treat for the tastebuds. We would say that it is one of the best bak