Malaysia – Top Cookie Pineapple Cookie – by Finest Bake Foods


Restaurant: Finest Bake Foods
Item: Top Cookie – Pineapple cookie (Tat Nenas)
Cuisine: Bakery/Desserts
Last visited: April 26, 2010
Location: Distributed in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Address: 48, Jalan 16 (Off Jalan Haji Sirat)
Batu Belah, 42100 Klang
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia 
Tel: 603-3341 7685/8685
1: Poor 2: OK 3: Good 4: Very good 5: Excellent 6: Tres Excellent!!
Additional comments:

  • Distributed in retailers in Kuala Lumpur
  • Great as gifts
  • Famous pineapple cookies in Malaysia

**Recommendations: Top Cookie Pineapple cookies (Tat Nenas)

These ‘Top Cookie” pineapple cookies actually originate from the traditional Malaysian pineapple tarts called tat nenas. Tat nenas are popular during Chinese New Year and they are a Malaysian favourite and a great dessert. These pineapple cookies are perfect with tea or coffee too.

My Malaysian friend who lives in Malaysia bought me these delicious cookies as a going away gift. They were great!

On the table:

**”Top Cookie” Pineapple Cookie – n/a

  • It was my 2nd time trying it and it was better than the one from Jenny Bakery in Hong Kong which was already very good!
  • It’s a gift so I’m not rating it – but they are delicious! They’re quite addicting because they’re they’re bite size.
  • It’s almost like a soft tart or cake cookie more than a cookie.

  • The pastry or cookie part is a very soft crumb and it tastes like shortbread in cake form. It’s very buttery and crumbly like a soft buttery pie crust and it has a slightly flaky top.

  • The middle is filled with pineapple jam. It’s pretty much freshly dried pineapple pureed into a sticky paste. It’s very soft and you can taste and see the fibres of the pineapple.
  • They’re sweet, but not too sweet. It’s naturally sweet from the pineapple.
  • They’re very chewy and the crumb is so tender and buttery it just melts in your mouth.
  • I would definitely recommend it as a gift – it was hard for me to share.



  • Al says:

    hey there, they look delicious! can i know how much they sell per box?

  • tricia says:

    yo, can i get it in penang or singapore??

  • Mijune says:

    @Al – I’m sorry, they were a gift I’m not sure.

    @tricia – I’m actually not sure… I would think you can buy then in Penang. I’m sure they distribute within Malaysia.

  • Rachel says:

    I would like to know where exactly i can buy it? Any shop or stall in Sunway Pyramid, Mid Valley, 1 Utama, Tropicana City Mall, etc?
    Hope to hear from you soon.
    Thank you.

  • Mijune says:

    @Rachel – Welcome! I’m so sorry but I got mine as a gift when I was in Malaysia so I’m not sure where you can buy them. I’m from Vancouver, BC so I’m unfamiliar with the places you lists. I’m sure a hotel service would be able to source them for you though.

  • Mijune says:

    I have a photo of the label so maybe you can go to the factory? Or try calling the factory… the number is listed.

  • Sandra says:

    There is a stall at KLCC selling it. It is located at Concourse level, near the escalator leading up to the Ampang side of the mall. It is really delicious. The pastry is buttery and crumpry, and the pineapple is not too sweet with a tinge of soureness. the best I’ve ever tried.

  • Mijune says:

    @Sandra – thank you sooo much for posting the info!!!! I have no idea where to buy them and everyone was asking! Thank you!! Glad you liked them as well 🙂

  • Angie says:

    Yes, Its the best pineapple tart!!!I love this brand!
    I remember when I bot this few years ago, my sis-in-law made a comment that it is just so-so.

  • Mijune says:

    @Angie – 🙁 oh no! How could she not like them? Well besides a fresh one from a bakery, I think from a box these pineapple tarts are absolutely delicious!

  • sue says:

    i love this to the max. always buy for every cny. cant live without it.

    i just went to the stall in midvalley. its situated in ug(underground) floor..the midvalley food hall..its a small stall..situated in the middle of walk pathway. they sold it at myr15 for 25 pieces.. the packaging changed. the base cover is in white. the top cover is transparent. the logo’s background change to green colour.

    i called the factory before. the factory is in klang(the address that you got it from the box). they said they have two stalls only in malaysia. one in midvalley and another one is in klcc.

    by the way, i heard from my friend that there is an aunty who make better than the top cookies. she is in old klang road,k.l. but i havent try and too late to order now as cny eve is tomorrow.

    thanks for posting this. i was looking for the factory number and i came up with this blog.

    happy chinese new year ya! 🙂

  • Mijune says:

    @sue – thanks for this informative comment!!! Everyone loves these cookies and I’m so pleased you found where to buy them! If you try the pineapple cookies from the “auntie” please send me the address so I can get my friend there to get me a box! 🙂 Thank you!!

  • MayLee says:

    hi everyone!

    yup, i got it as a gift yesterday & my son & I already finished half of the box last night. now i know where 2 find such lovely, yummie pineapple tarts!!!!

    if u r in sg, try Bengawan Solo! lovely too!!!


  • Ali says:

    Leaving in Dubai, my friend brought me healthy oatmeals cookies from the same brand and it was like nothing i tasted before 🙂 wish we have it available in here! Cheers!

  • Ali says:


  • Mijune says:

    @MayLee – thanks May for your tips and comment!!

    @Ali – Aww lucky you!!! I haven’t tried their oatmeal cookies!!

  • Jeanie says:

    They have stall in LG floor in Mid valley and KLCC, Concourse level.

  • linda says:

    you can get it in KLCC, near to hush pupoies.

  • linda says:

    in KLCC, very cheap. RM16 per box

  • Jutz says:

    they are rm$18 per box … i would rated it 6. everytime i went to KL. I would buy around 5 boxes … i didnt found it in midvalley only bought it KLCC … you should try the peanut biskut, its also worth it. alittle bit expensive … around rm$25 pack of 50 pieces …

    recommended to buy …

  • linda says:

    i have been told by them is RM16 per box. Should go there and take a look.

  • Ali says:

    it is RM16 per box and honestly they taste like heaven.

  • faridah alsagoff says:

    I have always enjoyed your cookies. Do you have a outlet in Singapore or Johore Bahru that I can purchase the cookies? Please forward me your price list.


  • Mijune says:

    @Faridah – Hi there! This is actually my blog and not the actual website for the cookie 🙂

  • cassey says:

    Actually there are only 3 outlets in malaysia that selling top cookies pineapple tarts, one is klcc LG floor, another one is mid valley LG floor and the third and newly opened is at paradigm mall LG floor =)

  • ahmad shallehudin abd rahman says:

    how to be your distributor agent?

  • Tina Jabbar says:

    Hi there, First of all i would like to compliment your cookies and pineapple tart are super delicious. Recommended to all my friends,they love it. Is there a possibility for me to order in bulk? Will you quote me the price? Please contact me at this hp number :02 91852721 or my email address above. Thank You. Look Forward for your reply. Thks.

  • Eddie Lim says:

    Dear Tina Jabbar,

    Are you from Singapore?

    We are distributing and exporting into few oversea countries. Feel free to contact us @ (+60)12-7372928


  • Sue Singh says:

    I reside in Bellingham,Washington State, USA. I just love Malaysian Traditional. Cookies! Will you willing to ship to us if we order on-line?

  • Harold Angus says:

    If anyone likes to try my pineapple tarts (traditional style), I am based in Johor Baru.
    Since the tsunami of 2004, I have baked for charity.
    I sell 15 tarts for RM30 of which 50% will be donated to Philippines typhoon relief.
    For Singapore collect from Joo Chiat area and the price is S$15.
    JB collect from Adda Heights but will deliver JB orders for four or more.
    Outstation Malaysia, add 20% packaging and courier charges – minimum order 4 boxes.
    Warning! You will not eat other pineapple tarts after trying mine……..

  • Arena Green says:

    I can attest to Harold Angus’s delicious handmade pineapple tarts. He uses the freshest ingredients and hand picked the juiciest pineapples himself! Best of all, he bakes them with a charitable cause in mind so that we can enjoy and at the same time, do our small part in helping the needy. 🙂

  • Dina says:

    Dear Harold..can i get ur contact number or whatsapp or Facebook to order the cookies?
    Thank you so much 🙂

  • Harold Angus says:

    Hi Dina
    I’m on FB “Harold Angus”

  • Kylie Chiew says:

    Normally I will drive half an hour journey to Mid Valley to buy the pineapple tarts….But I never realise the factory is just nearby my house…If any of you interested can contact me via, thanks.

  • Sam C says:

    Latest price update for a box of ‘Top Cookie’ pineapple tarts from the stall at LG of MidValley Mall, RM18! Still single layer and on the ‘pricey’ side; tried to haggle for a lower price but she wouldn’t budge, so bought 3 boxes! There used to another stall at this basement level that also sell equally tasty pineapple tarts from Malacca and cheaper, but unfortunately no more!! 😮 (

  • Tart Lover says:

    Latest price in KLCC is RM20.00.

  • Isya says:

    The best pineapple tarts I have ever tasted and if not for its calorie laden, I could eat 10 pieces at a time. Since I found it, it’s the only one I would buy for Hari Raya. My daughters also love it.

  • Melody says:

    hi, I have recently bought a box of Pineapple tart from a stall in Bangsar Village during Raya and the taste is heavenly good!!!
    The Brand is ” Mozzcato ” . They are famous for their Pineapple Tart , the pastry is buttery and yummy! just the right texture goes well together with the pineapple filling!
    I think they have a website selling cookies , check it out

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