3155 Commonwealth Avenue West
#B1-K16 The Clementi Mall
Singapore 129588

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From the Burpple community

Better than Tan's TU TU ....
To think that I would travel all the way just for this .

Hidden at a corner at the basement of Clementi Mall ( housed together with the eastern rice dumpling stall),
I finally found a consistently good traditional Tu Tu kueh. No newspapers articles , no red signboard , no nothing but executed beautifully.
The Tu Tu kuehs ( 3 for SGD 2 or 5 for SGD3) were as light as clouds. I learnt from the stall holder that the rice flour is made in house and is so finely milled that it produces such a fluffy and light texture. I loved the fact that the flour was not sweetened ( unlike the ones that you eat outside that are sickeningly sweet , stiff in texture and so chewy that they stick to your teeth) so this complemented the moist and sweet coconut filling. I have been quite disappointed with the branded Tu Tu's around and in recent times , those sold in Food courts because they really bring a bad name to the founder.
Be sure to eat this Tu Tu steaming hot ( with the aroma of the Pandan leaves ) for maximum satisfaction .
Hope you"ll enjoy this humble Tu Tu kueh as much as I do :)


In certain shopping malls of Singapore, there will be this 'chapalang' food kiosk that sells your childhood favourite of tutu kueh, muahchee, corn kernels in a cup, and steamed rice cake on top of their supposed speciality of rice dumplings. Eastern Rice Dumpling is one of them (Daun Pandan Rice Dumpling is the other) and they have popiahs too!

• The skin is actually not bad, has a bit of chew to it

• Sadly, it became a bad popiah real quick as the skin and crispy bits got soaked through quite fast, resulting in a limp roll.
• Insufficient peanuts to save the soft popiah, and lacking peanut fragrance too
• Slightly too much pepper in the turnips
• Terribly cut (in fact, I think the auntie used a scissors)
• Overpriced ($2.20/roll) for such quality

Verdict: 1/5

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