10 Best Places for Teochew Kueh in Singapore for Those Who Desire Good Old Taste [2021]

Try Teochew Kueh in one of these awesome places!

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While our palate has evolved beyond simple rice and noodle-based dishes, Teochew Kueh is almost a faint whisper amongst the sea of trending culinary delights.

Here are the 10 best places for Teochew Kueh in Singapore that will satisfy your tastebuds for some good old snacks!

1. Yoon’s Traditional Teochew Kueh

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Type of Information Details
Websitehttps://www.facebook.com/YoonsTraditionalTeochewKueh/
AddressJun Jie Industrial Building, 153 Kampong Ampat, #07-05, 368326
Email (For Enquiry) [email protected]
Contact Number+65 9666 5134
Operating HoursMonday – Friday
8.30 am – 3 pm
Online Reviews16 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.8 / 5.0 stars)
84 Facebook reviews (Average rating: 4.9 / 5.0 stars)

Situated along Kampong Ampat, Yoon’s is one of the most famous Teochew Kueh places in Singapore. Apart from purchasing the homemade Kueh at just $20 for 10 pieces (Png Kueh or Cikak Kueh), patrons are also invited to try their hand at making their own Kueh.

Yoon’s is a family business who pours love into every bite that you take out of their delicious kuehs. Ranging from Arh Kueh, Mang Guang and even other supreme Asian dishes such as Sotong Hokkien Mee, Yoon’s is definitely a place guaranteed to warm our hearts.

2. Lau Chong Kee Bedok Confectionery

The Food Chapter | Singapore Blog | Food and Travel |: Lau Chong Kee Bedok  Confectionery @ Bedok
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Type of Information Details
AddressBlk 17 Bedok Sth Rd #01-591, Singapore 460017
Operating HoursMonday – Saturday
9 am – 5 pm
Online Reviews3 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.3 / 5.0 stars)

Apart from being close to famous hawker food stalls such as Hill Street Char Kway Teow, Lau Chong Kee has made a name for itself by serving up all kinds of local snacks which are loved by generations and generations of Singaporeans. Handcrafted using conventional cooking techniques but made with love, their Kueh is fresh and prepared in small but limited quantities.

3. Lai Heng Homemade Teochew Kueh

Lai Heng Handmade Kueh - Reviews, Price and Promotions
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Type of Information Details
Address347 Jurong East Ave 1, #01-218, Singapore 600347
Operating HoursTuesday – Sunday
6.30 am – 2.30 pm
Online Reviews28 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.3 / 5.0 stars)

Looking for Kueh that’s crispy but not overly fried? Lai Heng makes Kuehs which are crispy and chewy all in one bite. While the skins are slightly charred, evading the typical appearance of a smooth and silky Kueh, Lai Heng’s Kuehs are still flavourful and will have you asking for more!

4. Ah Shen Ah Mah Teochew Kuehs and Snacks

Ah Shen Ah Mah Teochew Kuehs and Snacks, Singapore - Alexandra Hill -  Restaurant Reviews, Phone Number & Photos - Tripadvisor
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Type of Information Details
Websitehttps://www.ahmakueh.com/
Address1. Block 125 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-164 Alexandra Village C3, Singapore 150125
2. Block 7 Empress Road #01-84, Empress Market, S260007
Contact Number+65 6273 5875
Email (For Enquiry)[email protected]
Operating Hours1. Alexandra Village
Tuesday – Sunday (Including Public Holidays)
8 am – 6 pm
Note: If Monday is a public holiday, open on Monday and close on Tuesday

2. Empress Road
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday – Sunday
6.30 am – 2.30 pm
Online Reviews28 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.3 / 5.0 stars)

Missing Ah Ma’s homemade goodies after school or work? While the styles and techniques of making Kueh have become more varied over the years, Ah Shen Ah Mah focuses on traditional styles, taking us back to a Singapore which was still trying to put itself on its feet. Unlike other Kueh stalls, Ah Shen Ah Mah offers unique bamboo shoot Kuehs and turnip Kueh.

5. Poh Cheu Homemade Soon Kway Ang Ku Kueh

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Type of Information Details
Websitehttps://pohcheu.oddle.me/en_SG/
Address127 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-222, Singapore 150127
Contact Number+65 6276 2287
Email (For Enquiry)[email protected]
Operating HoursTuesday – Saturday
8 am – 6 pm
Online Reviews447 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.1 / 5.0 stars)

As one of the pioneer kueh stalls, Poh Chue has been serving up handmade kuehs for generations. With growing trends and new occupations, it is certainly an impressive feat that the business and passed its work down to its third generation and is still going strong.

While the kueh skins appear generally transparent and silky, the fillings pack a punch, drawing in snaking crowds from all over Singapore.

6. One Kueh At A Time

One Kueh At A Time, Pandan Loop: “This is probably Singapore's best kept  Soon Kueh secret”
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Type of Information Details
Websitehttps://www.facebook.com/One-kueh-at-a-time-604199416352177/
Address230 Pandan Loop, #01-K1, Singapore 128415
Contact Number9795 6119
Email (For Enquiry)[email protected]
Operating HoursWednesday – Saturday
10 am – 6 pm

Sunday
10 am – 4 pm
Online Reviews12 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.4 / 5.0 stars)

While there was a sudden uproar with preserving our hawker delights and culture, finding small Singaporean-grown businesses always catches the eye of the public.

At One Kueh At A Time, the kuehs view the world through the lens of a translucent and tightly rolled skin.

Through their kaleidoscope of generously packed black fungus and thinly sliced turnips, the Kuehs are ready to be savoured.

7. Sims Vista Market and Food Centre

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Source: Miss Tam Chiak
Type of Information Details
AddressBlk 49, Sims Place, 01-23
Contact Number9768 6979
9667 7569
Operating HoursDaily (Except Mondays)
6 am – 4.30 pm

A peculiar stall in the Sims Vista Market and Food Centre, it is known by taste and not by name. From their menu and satisfied grins of the regular customers, this hawker centre is best known for their mushroom soon Kueh, rice Kueh and crystal dumplings. Packed with a rich amount of dried shrimp and garlic flavours, $0.70 for each Kueh is definitely worth it.

8. Fatt Soon Kueh

Fatt Soon Kueh: S$1 Teochew Kueh At People's Park Food Centre
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Type of Information Details
Websitehttps://fattsoonkueh.com/
Outlets1. Kovan
Blk 209 Hougang Street 21
01-17 Singapore 530209
(Beside Heartland Mall)

Operating Hours:
Daily (Except Mondays)
7 am – 6.30 pm

2. Chinatown
32 New Market Road
#01-1012 Singapore 560032
(Beside OG People’s Park)

Operation Hours:
Daily (Except Mondays)
9 am – 6.30 pm

3. Bedok
Blk 208B New Upper Changi Road
01-18 Singapore 460208
(Beside Bedok Mall)

Operation Hours:
Daily (Except Mondays)
8.30 am – 8 pm
Online reviews35 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.2 / 5.0 stars)

Founded over 30 years ago by Madam Lim, Fatt Soon Kueh prizes its long Kueh-making journey through its continuously improved Kueh recipes and cooking techniques. Taste-wise, the fillings are said to be significantly similar to Ang Ku Kueh and are easily identified by its dried shrimp flavour.

9. Ji Xiang Confectionery

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Type of Information Details
Websitehttps://jixiangconfectionery.com.sg/
Outlets1. Everton Park
01-33 Everton Park, Blk 1, Singapore 081001

Operating Hours:
Monday – Saturday
8.30 am – 5 pm

Tel:
6223 1631

2. Victoria Street
235 Victoria Street, Bugis Village, Singapore 188027

Tel:
9888 8550
Email (For Enquiries)[email protected]@com.sg
Online reviews376 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.5 / 5.0 stars)

Unlike most stalls or businesses, Ji Xiang Confectionery has been specialising in the art of making Ang Ku Kueh since 1988. Handmade from scratch, the Kuehs possess the perfect consistency between hard and soft. To balance out the taste of the silky skins, the fillings are evenly spread out, ensuring that one ingredient does not overpower the other.

10. Yong’s Teochew Kueh

Yong's Teochew Kueh (Serangoon) (榮潮州粿): Photo 4 of 8
Type of Information Details
Websitehttps://www.facebook.com/yongsteochewkueh/
Outlets1. Upper Serangoon Road
1022 Upper Serangoon Rd, Singapore 534760

Operating Hours:
Tuesday – Sunday
7 am – 3 pm

Tel:
6287 4328

2. East Coast Road
150 East Coast Rd, Singapore 428837

Operating Hours:
Tuesday – Sunday
8 am – 3 pm

Tel:
6345 6798
Online reviews283 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.1 / 5.0 stars)

Regularly visited by several hungry customers daily, Yong is the proud owner of two outlets in Singapore where their specialities lie in making Soon Kueh and Cabbage Kueh. For those who love intense flavours or are feeling adventurous, the Cabbage Kueh is guaranteed to give a kick with every bite.

Conclusion

Whether it’s with an old friend or your grandma, head down to these places to celebrate Singapore’s roots.

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We hope that this guide will be useful in helping you to make an informed decision when it comes to finding the best Teochew Kueh in Singapore.

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