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You get a choice of coconut or pancake fillings, and either a traditional or crispy pancake. I chose the traditional coconut pancake. It came piping hot. I really liked the pancake dough, which was thin and crisp at the edge, and soft and chewy in the middle. The dough is chewier than other places, a bit on the mochi spectrum of dough. The coconut filling was not too sweet and just right in amount. The portion of both the dough and the filling is good for a snack, satisfying min jiang kueh cravings without loading up on the calories.

The peanut pancake stall in Pek Kio market & Food Center needs no introduction from us. Some ladies took the trip to buy in bulk from this stall alone. By 1 pm nothing is left!! 😱
At 11 am, we grab traditional pancake (soft type)$0.60 & the crispy pancake $0.70 (both are peanut fillings). The orange coconut filling is already sold out! Nice crunchy peanut pancake goes well with tea! ☕️ 👍
💡Tips: eat the crispy one at the stall and grab traditional one for takeaway.

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I have a serious weakness for glutinous rice >< rice just taste so much better sticky! Although they are famous for their pancakes, their glutinous rice is equally famous. Fragrant without being overly oily. Love the slight taste of sweetness from the cai bor and the slight taste of saltiness from the hei bi thingy. Super balanced in terms of taste. I would say this is better than the chinatown one.

A snaking queue at 830, peanut being sold out and you have to wait. Do Singaporeans not sleep? With the crispy exterior and the chewy mochi like interior, it's not hard to see why. People probably dream of it in their sleep...