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Traditional Kueh & Bakeries

Featuring Heap Seng Leong Coffeeshop, Lai Heng Teochew Handmade Kueh (Yuhua Market & Hawker Centre), Ji Xiang Confectionery, Poh Cheu Hand Made Soon Kueh and Ang Ku Kueh, Loong Fatt Tau Sar Piah, Leung Sang Hong Kong Pastries 良辰美点, Kueh Ho Jiak (Tanjong Pagar Plaza Market & Food Centre), Sin Huat Lee Restaurant, Sing Hon Loong Bakery, Lina Confectionery & Trading
Yingjie Yeo
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Yummy layers of red bean paste and lotus paste with a salted egg yolk in the middle of the pau. I sure enjoy this better than the tanjong rhu's one.

what's for breakfast? the same fried carrot cake from the same uncle at the same stall that serves me all my kuehs kuehs for the past 20 years. some bonds are made from carrots.

A very crunchy snack, premium grade sweet potato fried every day, available in three sizes. One is never enough. Also the shop offers steamed sweet potato with skin and without skin.

Lina has very quickly become my favourite kuih spot - mostly because it's just across from work and the Aunty there always just tells me which one to buy (she knows I only want the ones that were just made).

These little steamed cakes make a delightful mid afternoon snack. The coconut tops have a saltiness that so well complements and brings out the sweetness of the pandan base. Light, fluffy and such a treat!

Yummy traditional pastry from Loong Fatt... Love its salty tau Sar Piah and its always sold out by noon custard cake.. Rainbow cake, lemon meringue tart etc can take the backseat... I'm gg to enjoy these old stuff with my kopi right now!

#LimLamHong #Confectionary @ 146 #JalanBukitMerah # 01-1086(near Silat Avenue) set up by the "Toh" brothers in 1985, the name of their shop taken from the second syllabus of the brothers’ name: LIM / LAM /HONG.

Ang Ku Kueh / 紅龜粿 is the Hokkien(a Chinese dialect) name for a steamed glutinous rice flour cake stuffed with a sweet filling. “Ang / 紅” means “red”, while “Ku / 龜” refers to “tortoise” and “Kueh / 粿” means “cake”. The name is derived from the traditional method of making red tortoise shell-shaped cakes as a symbol of longevity and good fortune.

Auspicious words are usually carved into Ang Ku Kueh moulds so that they are imprinted on top of the kueh, when they are knocked out of the mould. The AKKs are retailing @ 80 cents each if I didn't remembered wrongly and they've got almost 10(?) different flavours for you to choose from!

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Please excuse my less than stellar picture - it was hard balancing my phone camera in one hand, and the piping hot goodies in my other. Which is really how you should be enjoying them, fresh off the griddle!
I love tutu kueh, and the ones from here are, and always have been my favourite. Unlike most other tutu kuehs I've had, the white flour is actually tasty and they're so generous with the fillings that some of them crack because they weren't able to pack it with enough of the white flour.
Most travel to Queensway for sportswear, but I actually really come for these. ;)

A bite into it, my eyes brighten up. The inside of the puff comes with chicken, potato, egg stuffing perfumed by the spices which you can taste in Indian curry. I really enjoyed this.

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All these for less than $10. Indead cheap and good, apple crumble was pretty legit, and was totally in love with their sugar roll, super light and fluffy 😍

Tried the kaya toast and teh c here. The kaya toast is crispy and the butter is melting which is nice in texture. The teh c got a bit too much water which is not strong in taste.

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