After our lunch at Yaohan Foodcourt, we walked past Osaka Supermarket. We just cant resist the temptations of the pastries from the window of the bakery.
We bought a few items for our next day’s breakfast. Nanzaro wanted the Pineapple Croissant. This is $1.39. The croissant itself is flaky and the pineapple custard topping adds sweetness to it.
I had the Coffee Danish with Crispy Topping; also for $1.39.
The danish is light and there are raisins at the bottom of the danish.
I also noticed there is a Durian Filled Pastry. I would not miss anything with durian in it. This pastry is $1.99.
The pastry is very flaky and the durian filling is heaven. I remembered Tung Hing has a durian flavoured winter melon pastry which is only $1.
I don’t understand the tax here. Some of the items are taxed and one of them is not.
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I, too, am confused about being taxed for baked goods at T&T, too. I bought 6 taro pastries to avoid the tax but I was still taxed. The cashier said that it only applies to buns. How is that right? I thought the exemption applies to all baked goods if you have a minimum of 6? Confusing!!!
Here’s the breakdown: