127 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh
#02-34 Toa Payoh West Market & Food Centre
Singapore 310127

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10:00am - 02:00pm


10:00am - 02:00pm

10:00am - 02:00pm

10:00am - 02:00pm

10:00am - 02:00pm

10:00am - 02:00pm

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Not the best-looking, nor traditional round-topped banana 🍌 walnut muffin. This was squarish and less “puffed” up. But hey! Do not pass your judgement too soon, at least not until you’ve smelled the buttery, vanilla-ey aroma of this squarish little thing. Indeed when it comes to food, it’s not all about looks. Disregarding the non-typical look of this muffin, this muffin is worth 8/10 in terms of taste! I love how there were chunky banana chunks within the muffin, and walnut bits around the muffin top. AJ’s muffin still wins my heart - I’m a sucker for their streusel muffins. While the walnut bits were not as generous as AJ’s this is a close runner-up!

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What an ugly muffin ($1.20/pc or $12 for 12pcs;), but the smell and taste is buttery and fragrant.

Plus who could fault a seller who distributes complimentary ugly samples to eat while you queue in line?

The man who sells it is also interesting. He list 12 types of muffins on his menu, and when I tried to order a box of 12 and select some of the flavors, his response was: “ Let’s not make things complicated...”

So apparently, only noobs look at the menu. The pros ask him what’s on the menu today...

And p.s: everyone has to pay and help themselves to their own change. So hope you’re good at maths!


Be prepared to queue for at least half an hour especially during meal times for these unique muffins that taste nothing like the usual ones! It was very nice of the owners to give out free samplers while customers queue.

Feel free to ask for recommendations from the friendly owner who allows trying especially if it’s your first time. I asked for an assortment and here’s what I got: Oreo, chocolate, cranberry, orange peel and a special savoury flavour - fermented beancurd. As the uncle described, it’s for adventurous eaters of a higher level. Personally not a fan, but I could really taste the fermented saltiness with a touch of spice. I was also given a free orange peel muffin! Would have loved to try their popular banana muffin which was sold out way earlier.

There’s no defining muffin shape, hence the name uggli. While some might find it odd, I personally enjoyed the crispy surface and edges and the moist fluffy interior.


We got 12 pcs in total (chocolate, oreo, walnut, cranberry) & the boss even gave us one extra free which was his special flavour of the day (orange almond chocolate chip) so we essentially got 13 muffins for $12! We queued for about 30 mins on a Saturday morning bc we had to wait for the muffins to bake (but this just means that their muffins are fresh out of the oven when we buy them) & the boss even gave out a free muffin to us to try while we were queuing! Taste wise, the muffins were really good! It was slightly burnt & crispy on the outside & soft & buttery on the inside (just the way we like it). One of the best muffins we’ve tried so far & it’s so affordable! Would definitely be back for more!!!! 🤤🤤🤤

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Would recommend if you were in the area! Very shiok and addictive without feeling too sinful!

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I was enticed by the mushroom & herbs muffin offered from the other reviews I read about Uggli Muffins, but after queuing for 30 min on a weekday afternoon, I was disappointed to learn that there were no savoury flavours on sale that day. The boss then let me try a chocolate muffin which was good, but I really wanted something savoury. Seeing my hesitant expression, he generously offered me a selection of random flavours of muffins on the house 😆 This was on top of the free muffin he had given out to the long queue of customers while they were waiting! All the muffins are of small-medium size, and can be finished in about 5 bites.

🧁 Cranberry: A generous sprinkling of almonds covers the top of the muffin, while the body of the muffin was CHOCK full of cranberries. I really enjoyed those last few bites.

🧁 Chocolate: The chocolate flavour of the muffin took the form of chocolate chips/rice embedded in the vanilla batter. It was enjoyable and not overwhelmingly indulgent.

🧁 Prune (special): A huge, soft and almost-stodgy prune was hidden in the middle of the muffin's body. I quite liked the blend of flavours, but it may not be so palatable to some.

🧁 Banana walnut: A generous layer of caramelised banana slices covered the top of the muffin, with a few walnuts here and there in the muffin body. However, my personal preference is for the banana to be inside the muffin body itself, rather than as a caramelised layer.

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