150 East Coast Road
Singapore 428837

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Sunday:
07:00am - 07:00pm

Monday:
07:00am - 07:00pm

Tuesday:
07:00am - 07:00pm

Wednesday:
07:00am - 07:00pm

Thursday:
07:00am - 07:00pm

Friday:
07:00am - 07:00pm

Saturday:
07:00am - 07:00pm

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Reviews

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The kuehs here are all the traditional kind and all handmade, which explains the freshness in taste of the kuehs. My favourite is their soon kueh; soft & silky on the outside and filled with generous portions of ingredients Inside. Pair it with their sweet sauce and you get a delectable combination.

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Handmade traditional kuehs made on the spot & fresh from their steamer throughout the day!
I’m not even Teochew yet my dad buys this for breakfast/ snack every week. Which is your favorite? Pink rice kueh or turnip soon kueh?
📍 : Yong’s Teochew Kueh, 150 East Coast Road.
💵 : From $1.20 each
🌟 : Tips - closed on Monday. Must eat with their black sweet sauce & Chili sauce.

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Most claimed this is the best in Singapore & closest to their grandma’s homemade Teochew kueh. Taro /yam lovers have to try their yam cake It was so tasty & savoury.

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Handmade savoury steamed dumplings kueh filled with shredded bamboo shoots, turnip & dried shrimps. Most claimed this is the best in Singapore & closest to their grandma’s homemade Teochew kueh.
My dad is a big fan so we always have it for breakfast or as a snack. The fragrant & fillings were tasty & generous.

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I haven't had such delicious Teochew kuehs like these in a while as they aren't easily discovered (another one is at Lai Heng Teochew handmade kueh at Yuhua Market and Food Centre)!

While queuing, I realised most people buy them in 10s unlike us who chose one each and sat at the shop to eat. Wanted to try the yam paste but it was sold out. Growing up, I like the pink png kueh (glutinous rice kueh) because of its colour. They have both the pink and white ones here, with exactly same filling. I didn't request for the pink one, and was randomly given the white. I am pretty much turned off by those these days because of the thick kueh skin and minimal fillings, but the one here was pleasantly found to have a thin kueh skin, with fragrant glutinous rice, peanuts, mushrooms, dried shrimps, shallots stuffed. So much childhood memories!

The ku chai (chives) kueh was impressive too. Chewy yet resilient kueh skin, abundantly filled with fragrant chives. You know how generous they are with the fillings when it's just so full of bite and so much chives dropping out with each bite.

Help yourself to the sweet soy sauce provided if you find the kueh skin too bland. The chili sauce was more sweet than spicy.

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Or Glutinous Rice Dumpling is a Teow Chew comfort food. Just because the Kuehs from here are traditionally good and eaten with and after generations. "White or pink all the same. Whatever that pleases your eye", Aunty says.

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