hawker (dessert) 🍧

hawker (dessert) 🍧

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R Goh
R Goh

An authentic, old-school dessert stall! Lady boss can get quite grumpy if you’re indecisive. Portions are small with few ingredients even though each bowl ($1) is very affordable. Loved the bubur terigu with all its chewy bits inside but I’ve had better chng teng elsewhere!

Prices have risen slightly ($2 for 4)! The skin was thick with only a thin layer of filling for the peanut ones, but the coconut version was generous with sweet desiccated coconut.

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A hastily snapped photo so that the kuehs could be gulped down while they were still piping hot! These are by far the most expensive tu tu kueh I’ve had ($3.50 for 5) but such stalls are few and far between that I’d close two eyes and pay for them. The dough is a little too dense and thick, but the fillings are incredible - the peanut has a slight salty tinge whilst the desiccated coconut was coated with gula melaka!

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Locals will find the prices here exceeding steep, but I’m always surprised to find that the food here is actually good! The chendol ($4) is one of our favourites - they’ve kept it simple with beans and pandan jelly, but the amount of gula melaka and coconut is sure to impress you!

Popped by for a snack whilst I was in the area! This mixed muah chee ($3.50 for medium) came highly recommended, and it definitely lived up to expectations. Pillowy soft and perfectly chewy! Was great that the peanut and sesame weren’t too sweet, although I could do with more toppings.

A homemade bowl of goodness 🌟 the tauhuey ($0.70) is perfectly smooth. The cane sugar syrup had a slight herbal taste to it!

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A little bit pricey, but this bowl of cheng teng ($2.20) is chock full of goodness. Apart from the usual white fungus, ginkgo and barley, it also sea coconut, candied ginger and flour balls! Also look at how rich the soup is!! 👍🏼

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