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Geylang Apam Pulau Pinang: Muslim-Owned Stall With Traditional Apam Balik From $1.70

28th June 2022

Geylang Apam Pulau Pinang in Geylang Serai Market

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Image credit: Geylang Apam Pulau Pinang

If you love Chinese-style min jiang kueh, Malay-style apam balik, or Indonesian martabak manis, check out Geylang Apam Pulau Pinang. This Muslim-owned hawker stall at Geylang Serai Market & Food Centre specialises in traditional apam balik that’s made fresh daily.

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For those who are unaware, apam balik is essentially the Malay version of min jiang kueh. A popular breakfast or teatime treat, these traditional foldover pancakes typically feature a golden-brown exterior with a thin and slightly crispy edge. Some versions, however, lean dense and cakey instead.

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Here you can expect old-school fillings such as kaya, peanut, corn, and red bean. Flavoured apam balik goes for $2.50 a pop, or $7 for three pieces. Purists can get their Plain ($1.70) pancake instead.

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Additionally, you can mix and match the different fillings for an extra indulgent treat. Popular options include Peanut Butter with Chocolate Chip ($3) and Peanut with Corn ($3). Each additional filling requires a top-up of $0.50. For the full list of apam balik flavours, check out their menu above!

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Image credit: Miss Peacock on Google Maps

The stall is on the second floor of Geylang Serai Market & Food Centre, which is a 10-minute walk from Eunos MRT Station.

If you enjoy DIY projects, have a go at our three easy min jiang kueh recipes, including an IG-worthy charcoal and pistachio flavour!

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After you’ve satisfied your pancake craving, venture a little further to Spuds Shack in Geylang for savoury rosti with torched mentaiko.

Another noteworthy spot for handmade pancakes is Kueh Pulau Pinang in Buangkok, which offers affordable Chinese-style min jiang kueh.

Address: 1 Geylang Serai, #02-144, Geylang Serai Market and Food Centre, Singapore 402001
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 7:45am to 1pm
Tel: 9176 4716

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Featured image adapted from Geylang Apam Pulau Pinang and Miss Peacock on Google Maps.


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