Poh Cheu Kitchen Sells Handmade Ang Ku Kueh In 12 Flavours, Including Orh Nee And Black Sesame
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Poh Cheu Kitchen Sells Handmade Ang Ku Kueh In 12 Flavours, Including Orh Nee And Black Sesame

26th October 2020

Poh Cheu Soon Kueh And Ang Ku Kueh in Bukit Merah 

Mention Alexandra Food Village, and ang ku kueh isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. You might think of zi char institution Keng Eng Kee perhaps, or the famous Ah Seng Durian’s Durian Lab cafe that’s nearby. 

Poh Cheu Soon Kueh And Ang Ku KuehImage credit: @mammambuddy

Here’s another blip on your Bukit Merah radar to pay attention to: Poh Cheu Soon Kueh And Ang Ku Kueh, a third-generation maker of ang ku kueh and soon kueh, located just across the street from Keng Eng Kee.

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Poh Cheu Soon Kueh And Ang Ku Kueh

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With its bright purple and yellow signboard, this unassuming stall occupies a corner stall in a coffee shop along Bukit Merah Lane 1. They’re known for their unique, modern take on ang ku kueh, offering a whopping 12 different flavours of the traditional kueh.

Poh Cheu Soon Kueh And Ang Ku Kueh

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You’ll still be able to get your ang ku kueh ($1.10) in classic flavours like peanut and green bean, but it’s the new-age flavours that have caught the attention of Poh Cheu’s more contemporary customers.

Poh Cheu Soon Kueh And Ang Ku KuehImage credit: @raec.hael

The multi-flavoured ang ku kueh come in various attractive colours to match the generous fillings within. These fillings include durian, green tea, mango, yam, and even coffee!

Poh Cheu Soon Kueh And Ang Ku KuehImage credit: @scottang

Besides ang ku kueh, they also make a number of other traditional Teochew kueh like soon kueh ($1), peng kueh ($1.30) and abacus seeds (from $2.30). Their glutinous rice (from $1.80) is supposed to be good too.

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Everything at Poh Cheu Soon Kueh And Ang Ku Kueh is still made from scratch daily by the family, so you can be assured of the quality control here. There’s no pork or lard used in the food here too.

In other news, check out our guide to eating at Maxwell Food Centre for famous ondeh-ondeh and KL-style curry chee cheong fun. Or get your Kueh Tutu fix at ChubTuTu, which has more than 50 different flavours of the steamed rice cake!

Address: Blk 127 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-230, Singapore 150127
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 8am to 6pm
Tel: 6276 2287
Website

Featured image adapted from @jesssoroll and @mammambuddy.

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