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Telephone
9730 2833
9863 2833
Opening Hours
Today
09:00 - 11:00
Mon - Sun
09:00 - 11:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Review (3)
Love to eat something sticky and glutinous, our friends in Singapore have told us to must-try the ondeh ondeh and steamed tapioca kueh in Maxwell Food Centre. Those price are cheap but they are really tasty, soft and chewy ; something sweet and something has a little bit salty. It's a very good experience to try these delicious desserts. continue reading
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Level3 2014-11-30
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Have to go early lest run the risk of this being sold out!We always visit this shop on sat mornings when we  are not on duty.The kueh is of this consistency that I can't describe... it's ubber SOFT! But amazingly still holds its shape.. can't go wrong with this. The coconut is soooooo fragrant and juicy (v v v fresh), the kueh is very fragrant and not too sweet... JUST NICE~Everyone we bought for all rave  about it and it's addictive.Even upon chilling, it keeps its softness, it's just a little firmer after chilling.A must try!! continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-18
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This stall serves really REALLY popular desserts. If you want to get any, don't wait till lunch time. The best time to buy it is before lunch time because it is so popular, it is often sold out by then. At least for the popular items such as the Ondeh Ondeh.My colleagues and I usually consolidate the orders for this popular dessert and send someone down to buy it. Or we had place an order in advance if we were to present it at an event. They also serve other items such as the tapioca cake but the hot favourite is still the Ondeh Ondeh. The Ondeh Ondeh is a traditional Malaysian kueh that is topped with grated coconuts and has a gula melaka centre, which i believe is the main star of the dessert. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)