11 Telok Blangah Crescent
#01-125 Telok Blangah Crescent Market & Food Centre
Singapore 090011

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07:00am - 12:00pm

07:00am - 12:00pm

07:00am - 12:00pm

07:00am - 12:00pm

07:00am - 12:00pm

07:00am - 12:00pm

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Taro Dumplings, also known as "Wu Gok" in cantonese, are made from mashed taro and stuffed with other ingredients, such as pork in this case, before being fried to a crispy golden brown. Understandably, when they arrived at my place it was no longer as crispy but all you gotta do is throw it into the airfryer or toaster and you'd get back the crispiness. Biting into it reveals an incredibly smooth and lightly sweet yam paste, that paired well with the savoury pork. I understand what all the hype is about now!

Rempah Udang was an absolute delight as well! "Everything is machine made these days, they don't make it like they used to anymore" is my dad's standard response when he buys and eats non-impressive kuehs from random neighbourhood stalls. That was not the case with the kuehs here, evident from him finishing all and leaving me with just one for tasting purposes?!? Throwing them in the steamer for a better experience, you'd find the delicious haebi packed snugly within a wall of warm glutinous rice, which was really soft and sticky to say the least. I love how the aroma of haebi comes through with every bite and the spice provided a mild kick that made it all the more delightful!

Not only did the pandan extract give this Kueh Dadar its green hue, the sweet pandan fragrance was also prominent on every bite of the soft, almost crepe-like skin. It's fragrance was further elevated by the dessicated coconut steeped in gula melaka within the kueh, where the sweetness level was pretty well balanced.

Many of you should have heard of them, where they are famous for their handmade fried fishcakes, fishballs, taro dumplings and many other finger food that are freshly made every single day.

The Fishcakes and Fishballs here in general were all super Q and bouncy, without any hint of fishy scent and I love how juicy it can be, especially the Otah Fishcake. My favourite of all here, it had a good amount of spice and every bite spots the fragrance that's synonymous with otah itself. My only qualm was that it can be rather oily but hey, this is fried food yeah?

Fried Taro Dumplings (5pc/ box) ($7.50) X 1
Preserved Vege Fishcake ($2.50/pc) X 1
Fried Tau Kwa ($0.80/pc) X 1
Chicken Roll ($3/ 5pc) X 1
Wu Xiang ($1.20/pc) x 1
Available at @ahboonfishcake

Ah Boon Handmade Fishcake
Address 🏡 : Blk 11 Telok Blangah Crescent # 01-125 Singapore 🇸🇬 090 011
Open ⏰ : Tue - Sun : 7am - 12pm
WhatsApp to Order : 9618 5811
Note 📝 : Free Delivery with minimum order of S$68, else S$8 delivery fee