36 Kim Keat Road
Singapore 328812

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10:00am - 05:00pm



10:00am - 05:00pm

10:00am - 05:00pm

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10:00am - 05:00pm

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Little bits of durian inside, but I prefer real durians

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They just launched NEW Seasonal flavour, Chestnut.
Thin chewy skin with generous filling.
For place an order can visit their ig @theakkhut


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Cempedak Ang Ku Kueh
Pistachio Ang Ku Kueh
Green Bean Ang Ku Kueh
Peanut Ang Ku Kueh
Red Bean Ang Ku Kueh
Yam Ang Ku Kueh
Available at @theakkhut

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Their pistachio AKK was already sold out when I reached around 1.30PM on a Saturday. Decided to go for their Box of 5 - Assorted instead at SGD6, and the flavours include Green Bean, Red Bean, Peanut & Yam!

It’s not bad but I actually preferred the ones from Ji Xiang AKK which is cheaper too. SGD1 a piece for the traditional flavours…

Was craving for some ang ku kueh and chance upon this place online while searching for it.

The box of 6 comes with all 6 different flavours including the green bean, peanut, red bean, yam, pistachio and hazelnut; all for $9.

Most of them comes with generous fillings inside. The one standup the most probably would be the pistachio, as it really taste very strong on every bites.

Been eyeing this AKK for the longest time, in fact, since CB last year so I'm really glad I finally got my hands on this. Skin was chewy and thin just like how it should be and they were really generous with the fillings as well. But it takes a few out of the ordinary ingredients to bring a traditional pastry like the AKK from potentially boring to memorable and in this case, it was the Hazelnut and their Pistachio which stood out for me.

The Hazelnut tasted faintly like a Ferraro Rocher, with the sugar within bringing out the nutty aroma of the hazelnut, where neither element overpowered the other. Pistachio would be a hit with all pistachios lover, with the distinct pistachio fragrance permeating through with every bite. Though they were rather pricey, I'd purchase them again cause they were worth both the money and the calories.