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347 Jurong East Avenue 1
#01-218 Yuhua Market & Hawker Centre
Singapore 600347

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Friday:
06:00am - 02:00pm

Saturday:
06:00am - 02:00pm

Sunday:
06:00am - 02:00pm

Monday:
06:00am - 02:00pm

Tuesday:
06:00am - 02:00pm

Wednesday:
06:00am - 02:00pm

Thursday:
06:00am - 02:00pm

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The soon kueh.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/lai-heng-handmade-teochew-kueh/

Rice Kueh 》$1 (Pan Fried)
Soon Kueh 》$0.80 (Pan Fried)

We don't often get to see stalls selling pan fried kueh and this stall did it! I had my kueh pan fried for an additional of $0.10/kueh which I feel it was worth it. I'll recommend to try their pan fried soon kueh - it's my favourite! 😍

3 Likes

Had always been seeing posts by fellow Burpple Tastemakers about this one but I had never been able to find them — that is until today; happened to be in the area for something else but found them right there in the food centre. So it's true sometimes that people say one shouldn't try looking too hard for something — it just appears right in front of you sometimes.

I didn't really brother with the original — there was only stomach space for one, and the pan-fried version takes the cake. That crusty and chewy skin and the crunchy radish were absolutely delightful, served piping hot off the pan upon order; quite certainly everything that sealed the deal for me.

10 Likes

This is my first time trying these variations of teochew kueh and it does not disappoint. You can choose from 4 different types. They are really generous with the fillings and the skin is chewy. Complete it with drizzles of sweet sauce and chilly sauce.

Wanted to get the pan-fried one but since I pointed at the steamed ones those are the one I got 😅 I think this is the time to up my Chinese skill.

2 Likes

4 munchies: There's a reason why a long queue is always spotted at this stall – the gu chai kueh (Chinese chives), soon kueh (turnip), and png kueh (glutinous rice) are handmade fresh daily and stuffed with generous fillings. While the steamed kuehs taste just as great, I'd highly recommend you to get the ones that are pan-fried to order for a crisp exterior and chewy interior. Be sure to grab a few boxes home early because they sell out by 2-3pm each day! #BurppleBestofJurong #Burpproved

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4 munchies: There's a reason why a long queue is always spotted at this stall – the gu chai kueh (Chinese chives), soon kueh (turnip), and png kueh (glutinous rice) are handmade fresh daily and stuffed with generous fillings. While the steamed kuehs taste just as great, I'd highly recommend you to get the ones that are pan-fried to order for a crisp exterior and chewy interior. Be sure to grab a few boxes home early because they sell out by 2-3pm each day! #BurppleBestofJurong #Burpproved

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