531 Upper Cross Street
Singapore 050531

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08:00am - 08:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Yam paste was smooth and not sweet. Yam flavor bursting in every mouthful. Currently sharing the top spot with the black sesame seed pastry as the best Piah in my heart.

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I’ve not seen a black sesame seed pastry before and just as I expected, it had a deep rich sesame flavor. Not too sweet, very fragrant. For sesame lovers.

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I also dunno the name of this thing but I ate this when I was a child. So happy to find it again. It was a bit chewy, and the peanut resembled compact peanut butter. It was quite small but bcos the texture was so rich and thick, the size was just nice.

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I dunno what the name of this thing. One side was peanuts and the other sesame seeds. Very nutty and fragrant. Yes it was sweet, but the nuts helped a lot. The sweetness also prevented me from wolfing the whole thing down. Crunchy not hard. Easy to break into pcs.

This was recommended to me by the lady boss. She said it’s a rare find. Indeed I’ve never seen a black Ang ku kueh before. The skin was chewy. Very nice. Inside was a light yellow colored sweet bean paste. Very smooth, but a bit too sweet for me.

I have no idea what this was. I only know it was made of green bean. Sweet and soft, with a chewy grainy texture. Tasted a bit strange to me.