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Queue-Worthy Gem At Tiong Bahru Is Heaven For Traditional Nyonya Kueh In S’pore

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Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry Is Heaven For Traditional Nyonya Kueh

 

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There are many places the offer modern desserts on the island. We are just always a couple of blocks away from an ice-cream parlour, and baked goods! After all, the matcha train doesn’t look like it is stopping anytime soon. Indeed, finding something traditional is a rarity these days. Well, if you are craving some traditional kueh, head down to Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry.

 

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Established since the 1970s, Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry offers handmade traditional kueh. As one of the longest brands for traditional kueh on the island, this hidden gem is currently helmed by the 4th generation of the family. As the name may have suggested, Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry also makes old-school pastries, cakes, and cookies.

 

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There are as many as 20 different types of traditional kueh to choose from. Unsurprisingly, all of ’em are equally delicious. One of the most standout traditional kueh on the Internet is Putu Ayu. Also known as steamed coconut pandan sponge cake, Putu Ayu comes in a set of six. Shaped like a crown, these pandan cakes are topped off with gula melaka, and grated coconut. Definitely one for the ‘gram.

 

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Another noteworthy highlight is Kueh Dadar. The rolled pandan crepe cake is filled with grated coconut. Many people who had tried it, went back for more. Apart from these two, other interesting choices include Ondeh Ondeh, Lemper Udang, Pandan Kaya Cake, and Coconut Tart. If you can’t decide what to get, ask the friendly staff for recommendations.

Must-Visit Spot For Traditional Nyonya Kueh In Singapore

Address: Blk 55 Tiong Bahru Rd, #01-39, Singapore 160055

Operating Hours: Daily except for Sunday, 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

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