If you live in central Singapore, you can easily head down to a nearby snack shop for your nostalgic biscuit needs.
But what about those living in the north?
Don’t worry, according to Singapore Atrium Sale, there’s another cheap old school biscuits shop – Fragrance Foodstuff – situated in Chong Pang with prices starting from $4.50/500g.
If you were wondering what goodies this shop has, you’ll be extremely heartened by the selection that the shop offers.
Each box contains different types of goodies so you’re sure to find that one biscuit you loved as a child.
Usually, prices of such biscuits go for around $1/100g. But this shop actually rewards you for buying more.
Green pea cookies which are rare even for shops like these are sold at only $4.50/500g. This translates into 90c/100g.
Remember the biscuits that have sweet raisin tasting patches? Those are at $4.50/500g as well.
You’ll be delighted if you were the kid that was into wafers as they have 2 selections going at the same discounted rate.
If you want something that melts in your mouth, they also offer a version of kuey bankgits.
Other than the cheap goodies, you can also find other snacks at a higher price.
Some of you may know what is an ear biscuit. No, it doesn’t use anyone’s ears as ingredients but it comes in the signature ear-shape that makes it so recognisable even up till today. The shop is selling those at $5/300g.
Some of the younger generation children may never have seen this before, but these biscuits spark joy in the hearts of others.
If you’re a fan of chocolate Hello Pandas, we have a cheaper alternative for you.
At $3.60/300g and $5.50/500g, these chocolate-filled biscuits are sure to put a smile on your face.
Satisfying your childhood nostalgia doesn’t need to cost an arm and a leg.
Shops like these offer cheap snacks that fill your stomach and won’t burn a hole in your pockets. If you feel like you want to take a trip down memory lane, you can take some time this week to head down.
We are not sure of the shops opening hours, but these shops usually close early, so make sure you don’t head down too late.
Address: Yishun Ring Road, #01-153 Blk 106, Singapore 760106
Nearest MRT: Khatib
Featured image from Google Maps and Facebook.
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