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1 Jalan Anak Bukit
#B1-K69 Bukit Timah Plaza
Singapore 588996

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12:00pm - 08:00pm

12:00pm - 08:00pm

12:00pm - 08:00pm

12:00pm - 08:00pm

12:00pm - 08:00pm

12:00pm - 08:00pm

12:00pm - 08:00pm

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Sold at a flat price of $5 per box, the stall has a whole array of kueh and desserts to choose from. Opted for the kueh dadar - it seemed to be popular among customers! The skin is a tad thick but the pandan flavouring is distinct. The coconut filling yields a burst of gula melaka with every bite! We also like the kueh salat and bobo chacha here :-)

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Food here is on the pricier side, but that doesn’t stop a crowd from forming! The nasi lemak ($6.50) rice is fragrant but not too overwhelming, paired with a sweet sambal and salty ikan bilis. It’s served with fried chicken cutlet, sayuh lodeh and omelette! Portion is generous and all in all a yummy meal :-)

Only $2.80 for this ultra creamy coconut dessert with soft sweet potato and classic Bobo Chacha ingredients.
Highly recommended!


Hand made traditional Nonya Kueh.
Pandan kueh kosui light, soft evident pandan flavour, overall quite inviting.
Sweet potato ondeh ondeh chewy and decent portion of liquid gula melaka inside.
Craving overcame!


Only $6 for fluffy coconut cream infused steamed rice, homestyle fried egg omelette, tasty crispy chicken chop, signature savoury Nonya archar and creamy curry vegetables.

Honestly, not bad for the hole in the wall kiosk, they had opened for many years, most of their signature bowls and Nasi Kunyit selling fast, and still pretty persistent line of regulars who queue for lunch.


This small and cosy place which specialises in Peranakan food is very popular with the lunch crowd and has been around at Bukit Timah Plaza since I first visited in the late Eighties. It’s always closed or sold out when I visited the kiosk previously.

Grabbed on the opportunity to try-out their dishes when I spotted the kiosk opened. Overall, the food quality and taste is pretty much homely and above average.

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