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Bus Stop Number: 28401. Bus Stop Name: Blk 502. Bus Service Number: 5N,99,157,185,198,334,502,NR5. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
15:30 - 21:30
Mon - Sun
15:30 - 21:30
Payment Methods
Cash
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Cash Only
Review (3)
Level4 2016-04-09
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Du Du Cooked Food has been in operations more than 20 years and this stall is special in the sense that in the day time you will get to see them selling Wanton Mee while during the night you will see a man manning the stall selling just only Du Du Kueh. This practice has been there throughout the years and both business has been seen reasonably good.Wanton Mee from this stall is my childhood favouite and always seen with a long queue. Having increasing competitors operating in the same Hawker Centre over these years, even though they may not be the outstanding ones, the style of Wanton Mee can be distinctively differentiated from the rest.I love the fact that the noodles were all consistently drench in the midst of the dark sauce. The style of Char Siew rekindle the memories I had during school days where canteen stalls were instructed to reduce oil and fat, thus you can almost see none of the fats in the char Siew pieces. Instead of having roasted Char Siew, the slices were steamed ans sliced to thin pieces with chewy texture.Wanton may be ordinary but the soup gave hints of soy beans.Overall, it makes a very simple breakfast and don't forget to patronize their Du Du Kueh in the evening. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-02
54 views
I remembered having these small little white goodies when I was young as there were many pasar malam appearing everywhere which sell these. However they seems to have disappear and it is quite rare to find these stuff anymore. I got myself the coconut filling tu tu kueh (or kueh tu tu) to satisfy my childhood craving. The uncle is very skillful in making this and in a lightning speed, my tu tu kueh changed from flour to something solid to bite. The white outer layer of the kueh is very fluffy and thin, which is good cos I dont really like very thick flour kind which is too dry to swallow. The coconut filling filled just nice in the middle and tasted not too sweet. Only regret is I didn't buy more to bring home and share it with my siblings who love it too! continue reading
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Level3 2011-05-31
47 views
I've been eating the tu tu kueh from this stall for years and I still love it! Although the kueh is small, but the uncle never saves on the fillings in it! You'll get to taste the coconut of peanut filling in every bite! The uncle will always prepare some kuehs and leave it to cool for awhile so you hardly have to wait! Just order and you'll get it! continue reading
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