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Telephone
6741 2125
Introduction
Kim Choo Nyonya rice dumplings has been a mainstay in Singapore’s diverse epicurean tapestry since 1945. Many covet its rich taste, raiment by the fragrance of Nanyang; finely woven around the humble delicacy. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Delivery
Restaurant Website
http://www.kimchoo.com/
Signature Dishes
Bak Zhang
Review (12)
Level4 2013-10-02
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Kim Choo Kueh Chang not only popular to our locals but also to tourists and foreign dignitaries.Other than authentic Nyonya dishes from Kim Choo kitchen, they also showcase the Peranakan culture with their unique showroom of Peranakan porcelain wares, Nyonya Kebaya collections and items related to the Peranakan heritage.Kim Choo well known for their best version of Nyonya Bak Chang and kueh kueh first establishment was setup at Joo and now expanded to East Coast Road and their latest branch at T3 Changi Airport Departure Transit.Having blood ties with the Peranakan heritage, I felt homely at each visit to Kim Choo at East Coast Road.During this trip, I bought 20 mini Nyonya Chang (minced pork, winter melon strips wrapped with glutinous rice) at S$1.20 each. What I like about these bak chang are the ingredients and just small bites compared to original bak chang with too much glutinous rice wrapping. One bite and it reminded me of my late “Mama” (grandma) Nyonya bak chang.Also bought five mini Kee Chang (yellow in colour) made with rice lye water together with glutinous rice. My hubby’s favourite. Each costing S$1.30.I normally prepare some Gula Melaka syrup to top with this Kee Chang for better flavour. To differentiate the dumpling ingredients, they use colourful raffia strings as identification tags.They also provide demo sessions on “How To Make Bak Chang” for both local and foreign visitors and coincidentally there was a setup area today for a tour group due to arrive for lunch. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-25
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A relative bought some CNY nonya kuehs and love letters from Kim Choo as CNY visiting gifts. I was initially excited about trying them because Kim Choo was a pretty renowned nonya cuisine establishment. But I was disappointed after opening the container. Look at those out-of-shape kuehs stacked below normal looking kueh. They actually hid the poorly baked kuehs underneath good kuehs. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-24
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There’s limited parking space. Hard to get to unless you drive or live in the area. I was meeting up an old friend who I haven’t met for years, and she recommended peranakan food which was very new to me still (need to watch more Little Nyonya). The ambiance was okay, well-ventilated considering it was a hot day. No comments for the staff service, they made no eye contact but still, they were speedy and prompt and that's more important. Portion wise like I said I don’t know/didn’t take note the names well. The fried pork was very crispy and the one in the sauce wasn't to my liking cos it's a bit oily. But I loved the mushrooms though - I recommend this! continue reading
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Level3 2013-06-08
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My mum bought it,their dumpling was quite small, mum told me this nonya dumpling is nice. When i open it,there's layers of oils coming out from the dumpling, their dumpling is too oily!But it tasted very nice, the rice is QQ, not very sticky, inside meat was sweet & tender.It would be better if is less oily,we kept in fridge for few days & it still taste very nice.Mum said always long queue when she went to buy. continue reading
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Level4 2012-04-26
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the rice dumplings here are very very good. but they are also rather oily. i think so far this is one of the best rice dumpling places that i've tried. the nonya rice dumpling is fantastic, and their xo dunpling is a must try. the only place you can get xo dumplings when it is not dumpling season. the seafood and other ingredients used in the xo dumpling is fantastic. the nonya dumpling is also very nicely balanced in taste. if it wasn't so oily, it would have been the best! continue reading
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