Kota Kinabalu: Dott’s Egg Tarts

One of the things I don’t see in Kuala Lumpur is small retails selling egg tarts solely. I’ve almost been a big fan of egg tarts and I would order egg tarts whenever I go for dimsum.


Took this when it was closed πŸ˜›

While walking around Warisan Square, I bought a piece of egg tart from a small shop by the name Dotts Egg Tarts. Each egg tart costs RM1.10 – quite expensive for KK standard. However, it’s well worth it. Although it’s not freshly out from the oven, the egg custard was still warm and soft. The egg custard was sweet and extremely delicious. I wanted another one when I finished the first one!!!

Soon I realised that Dotts Egg Tart is a chain selling egg tarts. In fact, there are many other shops that sell only egg tarts! This is something that I would recommend Klang Valley entrepreneurs to venture in.

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7 thoughts on “Kota Kinabalu: Dott’s Egg Tarts”

  1. I like John King from Pavillion..their cookie crust egg tart RAWKS!!! they even have Durian egg tart!!
    Miu Kai rest egg tart also nice…
    Tong Kee also nice…..
    eeeee i love egg tart tooooooooooo!!!!!!!

  2. There used to be a franchise owned by a French in Malaysia called “The tart shop”. It was so so so so so good. Not sure what happened, but I don’t see them around anymore. I hope he revives it!

  3. There used to be a franchise owned by a French in Malaysia called “The tart shop”. It was so so so so so good. Not sure what happened, but I don’t see them around anymore. I hope he revives it!

  4. i ‘ve tried egg tart from bakers cottage & King’s confectionery, not bad. and some mini egg tarts from dim sum shop and chinese restaurant, not so particular on egg tart taste.

  5. Hakkamui: wow. sounds good!
    jo: were those Portuguese egg tarts ?
    Julie: I tried looking for their contact online but I couldnt find anything.

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