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55 Tiong Bahru Road
Singapore 160055

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10:00am - 08:30pm

10:00am - 08:30pm

10:00am - 08:30pm

10:00am - 08:30pm

10:00am - 08:30pm

10:00am - 08:30pm

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Moist white desiccated coconut (without gula melaka) wrapped with soft panda crepe.

I like that it is not too sweet and you can really taste the coconut. I also enjoy that the skin is really soft. The best kueh dardar I’ve had.

However, I find the rest of their kuehs are just meh i.e. kueh kosui, bingka ubi, kueh ambon.

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I have previously reviewed about other traditional kuehs here, but it’s the first for their ondeh-ondeh. You might find it a little pricey for a small ondeh-ondea ball, but trust me, the quality justifies for its price.

It’s one of the few with a thin chewy kueh skin, that’s hardly found. Usually the factory made ones have thick kueh skin with little filling. I was taken aback by the mini ‘explosion’ that I had in my mouth upon the first bite, as the sweet brown gula melaka started flowing out. Everything complemented nicely, with the grated coconut. You will also find a literally sweet surprise after the gula melaka, as they also incorporated a small block of brown sugar in the filling which you can bite into.

I revisited this particular kueh on a friend's recommendation. I liked it the first time, it certainly continued to be good, although it left me a slight feeling it could be better.

My favourites have got to be the flower-shaped pandan cake and kueh kosui. Disclaimer, I’m no kueh fanatic but these kuehs got me coming back for more.

First, the kuehs here are a right amount of sweetness.

Second, the flower-shaped pandan cake was soft and fragrant. It was topped with gula melaka and coconut (hence the brown and white aesthetic rim above the cake!) which complements the pandan cake nicely. Oh boy these were so delicious fresh out of the oven!

Third, kueh kosui- never tried them until I chanced upon this pastry shop. They were really SOFT and FIRM at the same time, and really fragrant!!!!

Appreciate that traditions are still being kept blazing alive, and hope they remain to be. Highly recommend to all kueh and non-kueh lovers.

This is my favourite kueh and it can be hard to find it I Singapore. I love the pandan, coconut and gula melaka combination 😍😍


This was so good... I don’t usually eat kueh dadar but since this was the bakery’s specialty, I thought I’d give it a try and it did not disappoint! The rich coconut shavings inside were fragrant and its crunchiness went well with the soft texture of the outer layer... heavenly treat!

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