Featuring Jian Bo Shui Kueh (Tiong Bahru Market), Fu Zhou Poh Hwa Oyster Cake (Berseh Food Centre), Maxwell Fuzhou Oyster Cake (Maxwell Food Centre), Heng Heng Ondeh Ondeh & Tapioca Cake (Maxwell Food Centre), Teochew Meat Puff, Hock Le Xiang (Bukit Timah Market & Food Centre), Chub Tutu
Gerard Lim
Gerard Lim

Back on the second consecutive day for more tapioca cake and saw they sell ondeh ondeh too. Got a box of 5 (ate one before taking photo) and one bite into it we concluded this is the best ondeh ondeh we've had.

Upon touching the tongue everything just melts and the filling oozes out. And then when the jaws close and the teeth bites into the it, there's this crispy texture that's probably the cane sugar.

All the flavours and textures come together zo perfectly and immensely enjoyable. Already thinking when we'll be back next for more.

Oyster cake @ $2

It's alright, maybe cuz it's not freshly made so maybe it could be better.

This is the third place where we tried this traditional dish and it's the cheapest here but the other two are better.

Small box of mixed kueh
1 box of 5 mochi
(Can't remember how much)

Love the kuehs here! The selection isn't a lot but they're great at what they make. The box of mixed kuehs comes with 3 tapioca cake and 2 gule melaka coconut kueh. The tapioca cakes are light and delicious. Even though the texture is more kueh than the fibre kind that we usually like, this is really good also and it's almost jellylike. Tastes super good with the grated coconut. The gula melaka kuehs are also very good and the sweetness is just nice for us. It also comes in a bigger box but we dont know how many are in there.

The mochi is a mix of coconut and peanut fillings and both are really good as well. The fillings are full and geneorus, while the skin is just nice and the taste of it is also perfect to bring out the taste of the fillings.

Already missing them and thinking of when will be the next time we'll be here for these.

Basic flavours: 5pcs @ $2.50
We got 2 x peanut, 2 x coconut and 1 x gula melaka. The peanut one somehow has got thicker flour layer and not too much filling, while the coconut one is better balanced. The gula melaka is just putting the whole block of cane sugar inside and can be quite gao.

We got 2 extra flavours that are in the category of 5pcs $3.50 and because we don't need separate packaging so they were being charged at $0.70 per piece.
They were the nutella and lotus biscoff flavours and they're not bad.

I guess with tutu kueh there's really nothing much to innovate other than to change the filling and they do have quite a lot of variety to choose from.

Upsized oyster cake @ $2.80

There's a few places with this traditional dish and wanted to try them at different places. The one here only has oyster option but it comes with a small prawn in it. Tastes not bad but the seasoning of the filling can be slightly strongwr. The pastry is a bit too thick and can be crispier.

Overall tastes not bad but we prefer the Teochew Meat Puff at Woodlands.

5 pcs for $2.80
Also sold in 8 pcs and 10 pcs

It's good, the texture of the kueh is good, not too hard and not too soft. The saltiness of the caipor was also just nice.

Special mention to the chilli which accentuated the taste of the dish.

Only thing is the selling lady wasn't very nice when I asked for extra fork. She took it and just threw it on the tray 😕

Small rojak @ $3

Came for the popiah but there's no more at 6pm, so had the rojak instead. The amount of sauce and peanuts is generous and it tastes so good that I have to scoop up as much as I can with the ingredients. Wish there's a bit more fried fritters though or maybe I should have ordered the medium size one (there's medium @ $4 and large @ $5).

Hope to be able to try their popiah next time!

Prawn meat puff @ $3.50
Scallop meat puff @ $4

This has got to be the most delicious meat puff EVER.

Ordered when we got there and the uncle started making so it was served HOT and it tatsed so good. And the outer layer dough was extremely good too, when it got to the last bite around the edge, the crisp and taste was perfect.

It's quite sizeable for a puff and the filling is extremely generous, and hence worth the price. There's veggie, minced meat and choice of seafood (prawn, scallop, oyster, octopus and crabstick) in each puff, so it can essentially be a meal on its own.

Got two more back for the family and we had it for dinner. Though no longer hot, but it still tastes great.

Very friendly stall owners, will definitely be back for more!

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