1 Everton Park
Singapore 081001

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08:30am - 05:00pm

08:30am - 05:00pm

08:30am - 05:00pm


08:30am - 05:00pm

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08:30am - 05:00pm

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My mom always bought angkueh from fresh market in the morning when I was young. In Singapore it can be easily found in Bengawan Solo. However, since I tried Ji Xiang angku kueh, I’m amazed by how soft & chewy the skin was made. Although you keep it till night, the skin is not harden. It’s easily become my go-to angku kueh.

They have many flavours: salted bean, coconut, sweet bean, peanut, corn, yam. My fave goes to a default sweet bean. Although typically I lean towards salty flavour but their salted bean is mix with a bit pepperish taste. Not to my liking.

The bright rainbow colours brings joy and pleasant to the eyes. Priced at $0.90, except yam $1 each. Good things in life doesn’t necessarily be expensive.

Didn't know Ji Xiang Ang Ku Kueh sells other Kueh items besides the angkukueh! This was bought at their atrium sales instead of at the original outlet. 3 boxes for $10 (the ondeh ondeh had 6 ondeh balls but I finished two of them already before the photo haha) or 1 box for $3.5. I didn't buy their angkukueh because I tried once before and still prefer poh cheu's😁 I quite like their lapis sagu though! Especially the purple yam flavoured one. But the coconut smell still isn't as strong as Bengawan Solo's! I ate the pengkueh panfried with crispy edges and enjoyed it!

A pop-up stall at Novena square which attracts many people to queue up got me curious to try it. Indeed is very good Ang Ku Kueh. First, I love the chewiness of the Kueh and also the nice peanuts' filling which is just sweet enough. Will recommend to try.

Since we are having our lunch nearby, decided to grab some of this ang ku kueh back home for snack.

You shouldn’t leave Outram Park without buying some of this.

Peanut Ang Ku Kueh 花生 (S$0.90)
The peanut paste filling was fine and smooth. Don’t have to worry about struck between the teeth

Sweet Bean Ang Ku Kueh 豆沙 (S$0.90)
Mom’s favourite

Salted Bean Ang Ku Kueh 咸豆沙 (S$0.90)

Corn Ang Ku Kueh 玉米 (S$0.90)
Interesting with bits of corn kernels bursting in the mouth as one chewed it.

Coconut Ang Ku Kueh 椰子 (S$0.90)
Packed with moist syrup coated desiccated coconut

Yam Ang Ku Kueh 芋头 (S$1)
Kind of like orh ni

Best to come during weekday to buy as weekend may not have all the flavours available.

Ji Xiang Confectionery 吉祥食品(红龟粿)
Address 🏡 : Blk 1 Everton Park # 01-33, Singapore 🇸🇬 081 001
Tel ☎️ : 6223 1631
Open ⏰ : Mon - Sat : 8am - 5pm
Website 🌐 : http://jixiangconfectionery.com.sg
Note 📝 : Free delivery with minimum order of 300 pieces

Even after posting a non-Instagrammable photo and you are still here reading on, thank you very much as it means a lot to me. I am not someone who takes the best looking food shots but just a regular foodie who loves eating and sharing good eats that need not necessarily be expensive. Despite many who chase the finer things in life, I’m comfortable in my t-shirt and shorts hunting for the best hawker stalls or even shining the spotlight at one of our fast disappearing heritage foods such as the ang ku kueh in which Ji Xiang Confectionery makes them excellently. This will not cost you an arm or a leg, probably just loose change in your wallet, but the mochi-like texture of the outer casing with the peanut sugar filling is just pure magic happening in your mouth from each bite.
✨ Ji Xiang Confectionery
📍 1 Everton Park, Unit 01-33, Singapore 081001
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