Taro Pastry Workshop

Taro pastry is one of the most sought-after sweets amongst the locals and the tourists in Taiwan. Wrapped within multiple layers of light, soft purple pastry is a mouthful of taro paste that will give your sweet tooth the perfect fix. If you want to enjoy this delicacy anytime, anywhere, join our workshop on 21 & 26 May to learn how to make them at home with simple tools and ingredients.

After cost deduction, all proceeds will be used to fund our homing animals' medical and daily expenses.

From now until 10 April, 2023 SPCA members can take advantage of priority reservations.

Event details:

You will learn how to make the delicious Taro pastry, the ingredients, tools and boxes will be provided by the instructor. Each participant will be making 6 pieces of taro pastry.

May 21st, 2023 (Sunday)

Option 1
13:00 – 14:30
Option 2
15:00 – 16:30

May 26th, 2023 (Friday)

Option 3
13:00 – 14:30
Option 4
15:00 – 16:30


  • The class will be conducted in Cantonese, and participants must be aged 12 or above.
  • Each member can bring a friend with you, charged at HK$450 for the second person. Please register in advance.
  • This product contains lard and condensed milk, please let us know if you have any food allergies.
  • Please arrive 10 minutes before the class starts.
  • Each member can only sign up for 1 class.
  • No pets allowed.
  • The taro pastry to be made in our workshop is for human consumption only.
  • Baking is required for this class and recipe in Chinese will be provided.
  • No video or voice recordings are allowed during demonstration.
  • No refund unless the class is cancelled.
  • A limited quota for each workshop will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

Join us now!

For enquiries, please call us at 2232 5548.

21 and 26 May 2023

$450 per member

RM612, Siu Wai Industrial Centre, 29-33 Wing Hong St, Cheung Sha Wan

Aged 12 or above

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The workshop is organized by Mr. Taro.

Mable, the founder of Mr. Taro, is a local pastry chef born in the 90s. She got her start apprenticing with a traditional Taiwanese baker to learn how to master the art of pasty and recreate recipes specially for Hong Kong people.