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Tikoy a.k.a one of the best things about Chinese New Year.

LAST UPDATED: January 16, 2023, at 11:00 a.m.

A Chinese delicacy that we look forward to eating during Chinese New Year, tikoy or nian gao is a glutinous rice cake that symbolizes good fortune in all aspects of life and a healthy bond within and among family members as well as relationships.

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Currently offered in a variety of flavors ranging from the classic white to the more unique ones like cheese, chorizo, and sea cucumber, tikoy is a sweet (sometimes savory) treat that’s great as a snack and a dessert no matter how you cook it.

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If this Chinese New Year, you’re planning to gift good fortune to your friends and family or you’re simply craving this delicious treat, and you haven’t gotten or bought any, here are some bakeries/spots where you can get your fix of tikoy.

The Manila Hotel – Manila

Stick to The Manila Hotel’s fine offerings of handmade tikoy, the best gift for friends and family this Chinese New Year. Their variations include the Almond Round Tikoy and the Red Bean tikoy–both of which will leave your taste buds satisfied!

Tikoy flavors they offer: Almond and Red Bean

Available for: Pick-up or delivery. Call their numbers for more info on how to order.
manila hotel tikoy red jade red bean and almond flavor
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One Rizal Park 1900 Manila
85270011 | 09989501912

Conrad Manila

Searching for Tikoy flavors that are out of the ordinary? Check out Conrad’s flavor offerings and experience indulgence! Their Tikoy creations are mouth-watering and balanced in flavor, the perfect compliment to their savory dishes like Yee Sang, Suckling Pig, and Dim Sum platter!

Tikoy flavors they offer: Traditional Brown Sugar, Tropical Coconut, Red Bean, and Sweet Lemon

Available for: Pick-up or delivery. Visit their website to order.
CONRAD MANILA CHINA BLUE TIKOY
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Seaside Boulevard, Corner Mall of Asia Complex 1300 Pasay City

EDSA Shangri-La Manila

Shangri-La’s tikoy doesn’t just please the cravings, it also pleases the eye with its marvelous design! Their Nian Gao may look too good to eat, but once you start, you may never stop!

Tikoy types they offer: Round and gold bar

Available for: Delivery. Order through their website.
edsa shangrila tikoy nian gao gold bar
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Eng Bee Tin

Established in 1912 by Mr. Chua Chiu Hong, Eng Bee Tin offers a variety of traditional Chinese delicacies from hopia to tikoy as well as contemporary creations of these delicacies such as the Hopia Combi, the Mochipia, and the Hopia Custard to name a few.

Their newest addition to their Tikoy collection is the Peanut Sesam Tikoy, which features a delicious combination of chewiness and nuttiness from the sesame seeds and roasted peanuts!

Tikoy flavors they offer: White, Brown, Pandan, Ube, Lite (Sugarfree), Strawberry, Dulce de Leche, Muscovado, Sweet Corn, Supreme, Peanut Sesame, Cheese, Mango Sticky Rice

Available for: Pick-up, takeout, and delivery via their own UBE Delivery service. You can also purchase some of their products on Shopee and Lazada pages.
eng bee tin sticky mango rice tikoy
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Echague Bakery

A household name among Filipino and Chinese families since its opening in 1962, Echague Bakery is a bakery where you can get your fix of both handmade and machine-made pastries. Their specialty? Their traditional homemade hopia.

Tikoy flavors they offer: White, Brown, Ube, Pandan, 4 Seasons (Ube, Pandan, White, and Brown)

Available for: Delivery via third party couriers. Message on Facebook for orders.
echague bakery tikoy ube pandan 4 seasons
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Ho-Land Hopia

If you’re craving hopia, then Ho-Land Hopia is one of your best bets for these flaky, delectable sweet bites. They consider themselves “the best hopia factory in the world” and specialize in making genuine Chinese pastries and delicacies like tikoy, mochi, as well as a variety of frozen dimsums!

Tikoy flavors they offer: White, Brown, Red Beans, Ube, Pandan, with Peanuts, Black Mongo, Lotus Cream, Mixed Nuts

Available for: Pick-up, curbside pick-up, and delivery. Order through their website. 
hopia holand chinese deli koi fish tikoy
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551 Yuchengco St. Binondo 1006 Manila

Hap Chan

Dubbed by them as the “leading authentic Chinese Restaurant Chain in the Philippines”, Hap Chain is a popular name and restaurant for those who are looking for Chinese hot dishes, dumplings, and rice.

Tikoy flavors they offer: Original, White, and Ube

Available for: Takeout and delivery.
hap chan original and ube tikoy
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Salazar Bakery

Known best as one of the must-visit places in Binondo, Salazar Bakery has been offering a variety of affordable Chinese treats including an assortment of tikoy.

Some tikoy flavors they offer: White Tikoy, Tikoy with Bean Paste, Tikoy with Peanuts, Tikoy Covered in Sesame Seeds

Available for: Takeout, pick-up, and delivery. You may order via website.
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Polland Hopia

Serving up authentic mung bean cakes – hopia – since 1966, Polland Hopia is a go-to shop for pasalubong goodies ranging from mooncakes to hopia and even tikoy. Their tikoys are quite the sight–they come in fascinating shapes like a gold bar, heart, and fish!

Tikoy flavors they offer: White, Brown, Strawberry, Pineapple, Ube, Buko Pandan, Banana, Tikoy Fish

Available for: Pick-up and delivery via their Shopee page or website.
polland hopia tikoy strawberry pineapple buko pandan ube banana tikoy fish
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Yao’s Kitchen

Yao’s Kitchen is one of the go-tos when it comes to Chinoy comfort food delivered right to your doorstep. And to greet the Chinese New Year with good fortune and abundance, they have their Koi Tikoy which starts at PHP 399 only.

Tikoy flavors they offer: Single and Double Koi Tikoy

yao's kitchen koi tikoy
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YMCA Makati 7 Sacred Heart St, Mkt

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