Move aside, liu sha baos – salted egg yolk croissants have landed, and people are going a little crazy over them. Think crisp and flaky outsides layered with soft, buttery insides that ooze molten, salted egg yolk custard when bitten into.

It’s a symphony for your taste buds: the light sweetness of the creamy egg yolk custard, and the buttery crispness of the croissant that kind of leaves you looking like you buried your mouth in a bowl of nachos cheese and flaky pastry.

You can thank Flavour Flings, a Halal-certified café in Hougang, for introducing these babies onto their menu. At $7.50 a pop, it seems a slightly steep price to pay – but if you’re a salted egg yolk addict, then why the heck not.

Demand has reached a point where the eatery dedicates most weeknights to baking salted egg yolk croissants, with each customer entitled to buying just two croissants at a time. But be quick – they’re only available for takeaway from 5:30pm onwards, excluding Tuesdays and Sundays, and typically sell out within the hour.

View this post on Instagram

[NEW ITEM] A day after Flavour Flings announced that it's halal-certified and introduced the Salted Egg Yolk Croissant (apparently the first in SG), I immediately went to check it out. The croissant ($7.50) had a crisp and flaky shell which makes it hard to cut into. But when you finally get to pierce through, you'll be rewarded with the most sinful and delicious salted egg yolk lava. Made to order, this is one item you have to eat immediately. ➖➖➖ Flavour Flings is an all-day brunch cafe hidden in the Kovan district. It serves a wide range of brunch favourites like pancakes, toast, Eggs Ben, pasta, pastries, coffee and more. ➖➖➖ PRICE 💲: < $20 (lunch promos available) LOCATION 📍: @flavourflings HOURS 🕚: @flavourflings ➖➖➖ #thehalalfoodhunter #sghalal #halalsg #halalcafesg #instafood_sg #sgcafefood #exsgcafes #hungrygowhere #cafehoppingsg #sghalalfood #yoursingapore #singapore #saltedeggyolk #flavourflings

A post shared by Halal Food In Singapore (@thehalaleater) on

Flavour Flings
Blk 121 Hougang Avenue 1, #01-1348

Opening Hours:
11am – 4pm, 5:30 – 9pm (Mon, and Wed – Fri)
9am – 4pm, 5:30 – 9pm (Sat)
Closed Tuesdays and Sundays

If Hougang is slightly out of reach for you, french pastry patisserie Antoinette’s take on the sweet-and-savoury snack might be more your thing.

View this post on Instagram

[NEW Item] [🚇 #StormscapeLavender] [Launched: TODAY] 2nd Salted Egg Croissant in Singapore is launched TODAY at @antoinette_sg! Liu Sha or Liu Kou Shui (dripping saliva) leh? . Salted Egg Yolk Croissant (SGD 6.50+) – The REAL DEAL! This one is a savory egg yolk which tasted like a mooncake! We preferred this to the one at Flavour Flings because salted egg should be savory and not sweet. . Available at Penhas outlet starting TODAY, no limit to the number of croissants per person. Sale at Mandarin Gallery and Sofitel outlets will begin on 10 Feb 1pm. . Review is now LIVE on (link in bio) . Location: 30 Penhas Road, S208188 Opening hours: 11am – 10pm (Mon-Thu) 11am – 11pm (Fri) 10am – 11pm (Sat) 10am – 10pm (Sun) #StormscapeSaltedEgg #saltedeggshiok

A post shared by Nicholas Tan – Singapore (@stormscape) on

Its custard is smooth and well-balanced – neither too rich nor sweet, and very much similar to the salted yolk centres you find in traditional mooncakes. You can get these at their Penhas Road outlet for $6.50 a piece, from 11am daily.

If you can stave off those salted egg yolk cravings, though, you could wait for these croissants to be introduced at its Mandarin Gallery and Sofitel outlets on February 10 at 1pm.

30 Penhas Road

Opening Hours:
11am – 10pm (Mon-Thu), 11am – 11pm (Fri)
10am – 11pm (Sat), 10am – 10pm (Sun)

(Featured image credits: Today Singapore)

Also Read
The Circuit Breaker Life: 10 Things You Never Knew You Were Thankful For

We may be stuck at home, but there are certainly a few things we never knew we would be thankful for during our Circuit Breaker life!

Immersive Installation Explores SG Youths’ Vision For The Future: 5 Reasons To Check It Out

Each installation explores a topic Singapore youths like us care about, and the more you interact with them, the more they‘ll reveal.

Experience A Slice Of 50s And 60s At Chinatown Opera Festival 2019

Travel back in time and experience the performing arts on the 50s and 60s at the Chinatown Opera Festival 2019, happening 20 to 24th November.

The Secrets of City Hall Unveiled at National Gallery Singapore’s Latest Exhibition

This National Gallery Singapore exhibition lets you journey through time and hear the stories within City Hall's historical walls.

From Rental to HDB: Part 2

Once we decided together as a family that we wanted to own our own home, we did a lot of homework.

Feast Like A King On Board A Cruise, With These 5 Luxurious Dishes Approved By Royalty

“Taste The Dream – Wine and Dine at Sea” by Dream Cruises returns this year with a royal spin, thanks to two internationally acclaimed chefs.

From Rental to HDB: Part 1

We had been living in a rental flat for so long that I did not imagine the possibility of owning my very own home.

Museum Or Shopping Experience? This Japanese Beauty Showcase At Orchard Road Has Us Intrigued!

The Japanese Beauty Showcase by Shiseido will allow visitors to discover the secrets of Japanese beauty in a “multi-sensorial journey”.