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Telephone
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Introduction
A household name in Singapore, Bengawan Solo is synonymous with traditional cakes and kueh made using the highest quality ingredients and time-honoured methods of preparation. Special occasions are not the same without Bengawan Solo’s signature treats such as Kueh Lapis Sagu (rainbow layer cake), Ondeh Ondeh (coconut-coated glutinous rice balls filled with molten palm sugar), Kueh Lapis (spiced layer cake), and butter cakes and cookies. Knowing travellers often buy a box of these delectable cakes to enjoy on their plane journeys, or as tasty gifts for friends back home. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
07:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
07:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.bengawansolo.com.sg
Signature Dishes
Kueh Lapis Kueh Lapis Sagu Ondeh-Ondeh Pandan Chiffon
Review (7)
Level4 2013-10-23
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Whenever I go Bengawan Solo I will tend to be over buying cos everything so nice till I cannot resists! This time round I am in SGH and they sell savoury stuffs like curry puff, chicken pie and tuna puff. I simply love their chicken pie so I bought that and some cakes and kueh. Chicken pie is $1.50 each and I love the pie cos the crust really crispy even when leave it overnight not too dry and can taste chuncks of chicken inside thumbs up for it. As I far as I know only SGH brunch sell this ..... so is definately a love and hate place to go! continue reading
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Level3 2013-03-01
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The FoodI love kueh so much and Bengawan solo is one of my favorite place to go to satisfy my kueh cravings. This is one of my favorite kuehs among all the other kuehs they sell. Bengawan solo actually sells many different types of kueh. It was yummy, eating them one layer at a time. It was addictive.The PriceThe price of this kueh was so reasonable. At around one dollar per piece. continue reading
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Level4 2012-10-10
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I recently visited Bengwan Solo since it was my tea time & picked up a snack -Kueh Dadar. It costs just 1.10 $. Its a sweet pancake roll with a coconut filling. The pancake is green in colour. It is a typical pancake & the filling is coconut, sugar & jaggery i guess. Its a bit oily, but OK. It is a big roll & quite filling. I was glad to see these local sweets at Bengawan Solo that is more into Cakes & pastries. continue reading
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Level4 2012-08-12
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Although the cake was simple, I like it very much. (Sometimes simplicity can be the best!) Thepandan and kaya combination went rather well together, emerging as one unique taste. They were like 2 ores, alloyingtogether to form a stronger material. (I must have played too much games in the past) Another thumbs up was becauseof the alternating layers of sponge and pudding-like kaya, it did not contain any cream! (Do not count the decorationson its surface; I did not like cream.) Mum loves coffee and I have already guessed beforehand that she would order the coffee cake. Coffee sponge withcoffee flavoured cream. Everything about it was just coffee. I still preferred my pandan kaya cake! continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-30
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I had bought this chocolate cake for my tea time snack with my fellow colleagues. The cake texture is quite soft and moist but I could not really taste the fragrant from the chocolate used in making it. The thinly slices of almond also does not give much impact or better taste to this sponge cake as well. I suppose this is one of the items which I do not really like or appreciate from bengawan solo. Moreover, it is also quite expensive too. continue reading
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