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127 Bukit Merah Lane 1
Singapore 150127

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08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm


08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

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I don't think this needs any more introduction! Despite the slightly inconvenient location, we went there on a rainy weekend afternoon and thankfully the queue was relatively short! But alot of the flavours I wanted to try were sold out by then as well, like the famed black smm 😭 nevertheless we had the peanut, yam and coconut one and we really regretted not getting more.

Peanut - chunky peanut paired with chewy mochi like akk skin 😍 (ahma didnt like how chunky it was but i LOVE it)

Yam - ahma loved this!! It was a smooth yam paste kind of texture that isnt too sweet and just melts in your mouth together with the soft akk skin ☺

Coconut - coconut was pretty average actually? I couldn't remember how the coconut tasted but guess it meant it didnt leave much of an impression :/

Definitely going back to try their black ssm and green tea next time 😍

Went there an hour after shop opening hours, and boy was the queue already long 😂 manage to snag 2 boxes of these Ang Ku Kuehs, so yummy!

Sorry for the spam but yeaaaa last one for akk HAHA i wish yall can try the texture out cos RLY CHEWY AND GUDDDD HAHAHA

Yea this is pretty much the only place i tried black sesame akk from HELP LA SOMEONE PLZ SEND THEM TO ME HAHAHA

Green tea flavour is prominant and the kueh is just so perfect laaaaaa!! 🥺

I swept as many flavours as I could already. In short, the appeal here isn't the taste, but the variety and shape. (Clockwise from top left) Peanut, kaya, black sesame, green bean, yam, salted bean, pineapple, red bean. The skin was kinda thick, but the kueh was quite spherical, which meant more filling. If ang ku kueh is named for its tortoise shell shape, here they are Galapagos tortoises. Kaya and yam were interesting in that they're creamier than paste, while pineapple used grated pineapple, which although tart didn't impress me.