1 Everton Park
#01-33
Singapore 081001

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Wednesday:
08:30am - 05:00pm

Thursday:
08:30am - 05:00pm

Friday:
08:30am - 05:00pm

Saturday:
08:30am - 05:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
08:30am - 05:00pm

Tuesday:
08:30am - 05:00pm

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Reviews

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One of the better Ang Ku Kueh's around, and they really don't disappoint. I got the peanut ($1), sweet bean ($1), coconut ($1), yam ($1.10) and of course, their premium durian flavour ($2.50). All flavours were good and I especially love the yam and durian flavours. I think the best part is the skin itself, as its super chewy and QQ 😍

I will stick to the sweet bean filling one as the peanut filling is a bit too dense, like a dry-ish paste. The skin is nice as usual but it would help if their peanut filling is more flowy. That said, flavour-wise it was not bad, a good balance of sweet & savoury.

I love jixiang, it’s my fav place for akk! The skin is not too thick, the sweet bean filling is well balanced. Have eaten this since young so of course I’m biased towards it. I find this better compared to poh cheu, but if you prefer a big variety of flavours you might be better off at poh cheu. Their skin is thicker tho. I like sweet bean-filled akk best so it’s always jixiang for me :)

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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.

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