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One kueh at a time

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230 Pandan Loop
Singapore 128415

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10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm


10:00am - 06:00pm

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Soon kueh - It comes with different fillings such as turnip, chives (koo chye), hae bee biam, bak kwa and beetroot.

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The beetroot soon kueh comes as a vegetarian option besides the carrot soon kueh (which was sold out that day). Had expected a stronger flavour from the beetroot, but still pretty enjoyable. Classic is a definite favourite for me with crunchy flavourful turnips within the silky skin.

My first time trying their soonkueh after hearing so much about them a couple of years ago. I’m really impressed with how translucent and thin the skin is unlike most places that come with semi-hard thick skins. Filling was really generous. Special shout out for the ku cai— fragrant with no bitter aftertaste. Bak kwa was a bit sweet for my liking, but a creative approach I would say. We love the hae bi hiam although it’s not spicy.

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Other than the stronger flavoured ku chai, haebi hiam and bak kwa, you’ll also find the classic and beetroot (vegan) options. Good to enjoy these before moving to the stronger ones. We managed to try all the flavours except Carrot ($1.60), a vegetarian option, as it wasn’t available that day. Remember to reserve your kuehs before heading down!


First tried One Kueh at a Time when they were back in Berseh Food Centre a few years ago. Happy to see them back and have a space of their own now. It’s quite a journey really, so it’s probably best if you’re driving over or purchasing in bulk to maximise your trip.

These were pricey for its size but tasty. My favourite is the ku chai! It’s very fragrant with the added savouriness from the bits of haebi fried in. The haebi hiam and bak kwa are their new additions. Haebi hiam had a light heat, while the bak kwa is more sweet. Their soon kueh skins were thin and smooth.

If you’re dropping by, please remember to make a reservation for the kuehs you would like to avoid any disappointments! You can reach them via WhatsApp at 97956119 or DM their Instagram.


Glad to say it was definitely the right choice, and everyone (I mean everyone, even the pickiest most skeptical eaters) was impressed. Of their 4 kuehs, my heart went out to the Smoked Pork Belly one which coincidentally is a new flavour they launched for barely a week! It’s hard to imagine how the smokiness can actually come through as strongly as it did without overpowering the sweet stewed turnips, but maaaaan they did it. The beetroot’s a close second for its unique yet very surprisingly lovely flavours. Time to haul ass there if you haven’t already.