Laantaan, Melbourne CBD (Online)

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MELBOURNE | What do you do when COVID-19 lockdowns force all of the businesses that you supply to shut down and stop putting in orders? In the case of Tan Hansapinyo and Megan Megally, you start selling direct to the public via social media. 👍⁣

The duo’s business, Laantaan, sells an assortment of home made baked treats that incorporate Thai flavours and ingredients. I got talking to Tan on Instagram the other day, and she sent me some of her treats to try. My favourite is the coconut pandan crepe roll filled with cream and foi thong. Foi thong are egg yolk threads cooked in sugar syrup and are a flavour and texture delight.

My second favourite is the Thai milk tea buns. They’re soft buttermilk buns filled with a creamy Thai milk tea filling. I love milk tea but tend to find the Thai version to sweet for my liking. Turns out Tan thinks the same thing, and her buns turn the sweetness down a notch to what, for me, is just the right level.

Other treats include things like crepe rolls filled and topped with salted egg pork floss, and a creme topped ball of foi thong. There’s also a rotating selection of specials featuring fillings like ube/taro, and Thai chilli jam.

When things reopen, Tan and Megan plan to open a bakery and retail outlet somewhere close to the CBD, but for now hit them up on Instagram and order some things to be delivered directly to your door. Happiness guaranteed.

Laantaan

Online Meal Delivery
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Australia

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E-mail: [email protected]
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