Pulot Enti

Pulot Enti, or what is more commonly dubbed as “Pulut Inti” is yet another familiar kueh for many and combines staple elements found in traditional kueh in its making. They are essentially parcels of glutinous rice steamed in coconut milk which is both lemak and savory, against the sweet and rich freshly grated coconut cooked…

Kueh Koo Hitam

Otherwise known outside the Peranakan circle as “orh ku kueh”, the intriguing glossy dark olive green hues as well as unmistakable herbal aroma of the skin is derived from “daon ramie”, a herbaceous plant which used to grow in abundance like a weed in the kampong areas but is getting progressively difficult to source in…

Kueh Dadar

Kueh Dadar, also known as kuih ketayap, kuih gulung or kuih lenggang to some Malay communities is not an unfamiliar kueh amongst Singaporeans. It is essentially a thick pandan and coconut milk infused crepe with a sweet filling of grated coconut cooked in gula melaka syrup. Traditionally for the Peranakans, kueh dadar is eaten with…

Bika Ambon

A much-loved Indonesian kue coveted for its luscious golden hues and intricately formed honeycomb structures. Our rendition is made with an old recipe passed down through the generations and despite the various tricks and ‘secrets’ to its making being transpired, it is still fiendishly difficult to create .   1 tray of 30 to 32…

Kueh Koswee / Kosui

Also know to the Malay community as kuih kaswi, these are bitesize morsels of fudgy caramelised goodness with wobbly and almost melt-in-your-mouth texture, robed with freshly grated savory coconut snow. Steamed either in little porcelain teacups or as a tray before being cut into oblongish pieces, kueh koswee celebrates the coming together of gula melaka…

Yellow Kueh Koo

Yellow coloured kueh koo, naturally coloured with yellow sweet potatoes without the psychological burden of consuming artificial food colouring despite how little was added usually for the red version. Filling of homemade mungbean paste which can be either all sweet or semi sweet-savory. 30 pieces for SGD 48. customisable in terms of sweetness of filling….

Kueh Koo Merah

Peranakan version of angku kueh, characterised by the use of sweet potatoes and coconut milk in the skin. It is ideal to add a traditional twist to birthday celebrations as well an important must-have kueh for the “muah guek” of newborns. The filling is of mungbean which can be sweet or semi sweet-savory. . ….

Apom Berkuah

Also known as Apom Bokwa or Apom Bengkuah, it is a quintessential Peranakan kueh cuci mulot which is incidentally also one of our signatures. You will get fluffy and soft yeasted rice pancakes which are freshly made to dip in a kuah pengat pisang, i.e. a sweet sauce made with fresh coconut milk, gula melaka…

Kuih Cara Berlauk

Also known as Kuih Bakar Berlauk, this Malay kuih which is rarely seen sold outside is one of the few savory items we offer in our kueh inventory. Nuggets of soft and slightly spongy morsels with a spicy curried minced meat filling, grilled over the stove in an antique brass mould before being garnished with…

Kueh Salat Durian

Variation of our popular kueh salat with our favorite durian, the bottom is a savory and fragrant blue and white glutinous rice layer from the use of freshly extracted bunga telang juice while the “serikaya” on top is generously spiked with 100% durian pulp. We use a variety of D24 and Mao Shan Wang for…