Dan Ta (Egg tart) shop off Wufu Lu.

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Dan Ta (Egg tart) shop off Wufu Lu.

Postby JungleJim » 30 Nov 2008, 12:39

Hey,

:fume: WTF, where's the darn Dan Ta (Egg Tart) shop that used to be in Xin Jue Jiang (I have no idea if that is correct or not) near Wufu Lu. It was there for years, and then suddenly I drive all the way down there for my fix, and it's gone! I think the place was called Macau Egg Tart. Does anybody know where they got to? Help me please.
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Re: Dan Ta (Egg tart) shop off Wufu Lu.

Postby tommy525 » 30 Nov 2008, 12:55

JungleJim wrote:Hey,

:fume: WTF, where's the darn Dan Ta (Egg Tart) shop that used to be in Xin Jue Jiang (I have no idea if that is correct or not) near Wufu Lu. It was there for years, and then suddenly I drive all the way down there for my fix, and it's gone! I think the place was called Macau Egg Tart. Does anybody know where they got to? Help me please.


I just love those macau egg tarts . They were all the rage at one time, but now its probably hard to find a place.
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