#43. You Can Still Find Tidbits & Candy From a 70’s Childhood

I chanced upon this store at Casuarina Road (next to the famous Shilby Prata Stall) and was amazed at the amount of old-fashioned biscuits and sweets it sells. I used to love our local version of jelly beans. The orange, strawberry and lemon flavored ones are the best.

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There was even a coin operated Hello Kitty Ride for toddlers, just outside the store. This store definitely attracted a lot of little ones. The owners of this stall are a very friendly couple who seem to know all the kids who come by.

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This little neighborhood store has a website? I checked it out and you can even make an order online.

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This candy store is super colorful and fun. A child’s dream come true.

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There are sourish items here like preserved prunes and such, that adults, and especially pregnant women will love.

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We used to love those little round biscuits with the pink, yellow, green and white icing on the top.  As kids we used to lick the icing off and discard the biscuits!

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The on-line store advertises free delivery for orders above $50 Singapore dollars. I guess this would be great for a child’s birthday party.

BiscuitKing.com.sg

130 Casuarina Road

Singapore 579518

Operating Hours:

10.30am to 12 Midnight

Closed on Mondays

Telephone: 64545938

Email: benny@biscuitking.com.sg

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3 Responses to #43. You Can Still Find Tidbits & Candy From a 70’s Childhood

  1. 365days2play says:

    The biscuits there are quite cheap too!

  2. Pingback: The Biscuit King | Tiny Island

  3. LeatherPumps says:

    I hope they do delivery to HK 🙂 I’m going to import so much of these if they do 😀

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