Thursday, April 20, 2017

Yong's Teochew Kueh


After the visit to All Sanits Memorial Chapel at Poh Huat Road on Good Friday, was not very hungry and decided to have something not very heavy.  Yong's Teochew Kueh was in the vicinity.


Ordered a Soon Kueh @ $1.20 and Ku Chai Kueh @ $1.30, I like their Soon Kueh, but their shop is only at Upper Serangoon Road and East Coast, which is out of the place from where I stay.

Yong's Teochew Kueh
1022 Upper Serangoon Road
Singapore 534760

20 comments:

  1. We have something like these that we call chai kueh - filling is something like what's in popiah, lots of sengkuang. Nice.

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  2. I love both types of the kueh. Both are packed with filling. Here we call it chai kueh. One with sengkuang filling and the other with ku chai.

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    1. Both I eat, but I prefer sengkuang over ku chai...

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  3. Ooo. Chai kueh (vegetable kuih). I love the one with beancurd and chestnut. Not so much of those with chives.

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  4. no poslaju to me....sobs sobs LOL. Joking la.

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  5. Good morning Sharon,
    love these too! have a wonderful weekend.

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    1. Good afternoon Elaine, you too have a wonderful weekend...

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  6. I like ku chai dumplings!! Yummsss

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    1. I opposite with you, I prefer, sengkuang, hehe...

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  7. Thanks for telling me the other name - Soon Kueh! My wife just asked me recently the name and I replied her that I only know Ku Chai Kueh.

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  8. I like both the kuehs and will eat with chili sauce.

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  9. I enjoy kuehs. Wish I could have some now :P

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    1. When we meet, we go eat kuehs together ya, hehe...

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