The Ang Ku Kueh sold here (70 cents each!) comes in a variety of colours and flavours. I had the traditional peanut and tou sa fillings (in red colour), which provided bursts of flavours that complemented the nice chewy kueh skin. They also serve very exotic flavours like mango, green tea and durian. I only managed to try the mango one because the other exotic flavours were not available. The mango paste actually tasted decent and didn’t taste overly artificial or cloyingly sweet.
The main highlight for the soon kueh is probably the smooth, chewy texture of the floor skin which holds the fillings in. They serve it in different fillings too, you can choose between turnip, ku chye and bamboo shoots. I stuck to the traditional turnip one which was not bad! I don’t really take spicy food, but their special sauce (essentially a blend of chili and black sauce) is a must have with their soon kuehs!
The stall claims their kuehs are freshly made and this is evident in the quality of kuehs served. Very satisfying and most kuehs are reasonably priced at 70 cents each. No wonder queues form here!