6449 0815
Lek Lim Nonya Cake Confectionery sells their kueh to hawkers, stallholders, caterers, hotels and restaurants at affordable prices in the hopes of reaching out to as many kueh lovers as they possibly can. As long as they can spread the sense of joy and sharing of traditional Nonya Kueh around, they will continue making them. continue reading
Opening Hours
06:30 - 18:00
Mon - Sat
06:30 - 18:00
06:30 - 14:00
Other Info
Pork Free
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Nonya Kueh Peranakan Kueh
Review (12)
Level4 2013-12-28
Both kuehs above are Tapioca Kuehs. Kueh Kotoh is actually mashed tapioca with gula melaka mixed in it while Kotoh Ubi is mashed tapioca topped with gula melaka coconut! I much prefer the Kotoh Ubi as the gula melaka coconut enhanced the whole flavour of it making this incredibly delectable! This is my mom's favourite and it consist of coagulated gula melaka covered with shredded coconut. Lek lim's version is a wobbly, jelly-like texture that’s not too sticky with a tinge of gula melaka flavour. This is my first time trying kueh bengka, which has a soft and chewy texture! My favourite childhood snack! It is made up of half green pandan custard and half rice. The pandan is fragrant and the rice is moist and not too dry! The layers are smooth and has a chewy texture with each bite. The Pulut Int consist of sweet blue glutinous rice topped with gula melaka coconut toppings and wrapped inside a banana leaf. Being a fan of gula melaka this is one of my favourites as well! I love the soon kuehs here as each is generously filled with ingredients! I will come back again to try their unique gula melaka ang ku kueh, ondeh ondeh, kueh dadar etc., which I heard gets sold out very early! continue reading
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Level2 2013-11-08
I was invited by the owner of the shop for a "kueh tour" and to understand their history.I like their simplicity, no-frills, wanting to keep the costs down for the benefit of their customers. I like that they are also tuning their recipes towards those who are more health conscious. The Kueh Lapis has a soft texture. Though I like my Kueh Lapis sweeter (I find theirs not sweet enough), I appreciate that it probably is healthier with lesser sugar My favourite is the Fried Yam Cake. We were amazed at how soft the inside is. Fabulous with a semi crusty exterior. You could taste how generous they are with their ingredients. And it taste somewhat like those Grandma's Yam Cake. My parents-in-law also enjoyed this. Fried Popiah is not bad too - generous filling! But because these items are fried, so they probably leave a little oily feel. Which can be resolved by using some kitchen paper towels ;pFor more details and photos, http://efatrie.blogspot.sg/2013/05/lek-lim-nonya-cake-confectionery.html continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-24
Thanks to Wendy for bringing us along and I get to know the history of this shop - Lek Lim Nonya Cake Confectionery. Although I was always around at this area ... sad to say I never been here before this is the first time and I had a great time spent here! We were greeted by the friendly shop owner - Gavin, 3rd generation of the shop. I am really amazed by the little shop here with so many kueh they making from as early as 4am while most of us still in la la land! Gavin show us around and share with us their history from home business till they move to current location at Blk 84 Bedok North Street 4 in 1987. Hands on for the Ang Ku Kueh make me feel the hard work they put in and to maintain the traditional way is not an easy task. Salute them for being insisting on using hands on so that next time the younger generation will get to eat the traditional style!Love the Yam cake cos it was really nice ... generous ingredients were found inside thumbs up for it! If you are around at Bedok area do drop by to get their delicious kueh no regret having some weight gain here! continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-07
We were invited by the owner for a visit quite sometime ago & I have been missing their yam cake since then, but it was too far for me to travel all the way from Teck Whye to Bedok just to get a piece of it. Recently my office has shifted to Changi, so that makes it easier for me to go get some of the kuehs to satisfy my craving! Finally made my way down last weekend after work to get my hands on the yam cake!I'm in love with the yam cake due to the generous yam bites in it! I actually wanted the fried ones but its sold out, Nevertheless, the steam ones taste just as good. I also bought the handmade soon kuehs. These clear kuehs are handmade by their workers and the ingredients are also very generous. If you can't finish it on day of purchase, just put it in the fridge & just heat it up the next day. But fret not, cos the taste is still as good as day of purchase! Good quality & great taste makes my trip worth! Btw, if you're yet to know, they will also be at the Singapore Food Festival Village from 12 Jul - 21 Jul 13! So, head down to lend them some support! continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-21
I am quite a fan of kuehs as I love the sweet taste and chewy texture. In addition, the kuehs are more often than not, brightly coloured which future increases the appeal. I recently got myself a sweet mung bean ang ku kueh and a peanut ang ku kueh (differentiated with a slanted cut in the leaf) from this stall. I had wanted to get other flavours, but they are sold out, hence I had to settle for these two flavours. It is alright as I love both. I ate the sweet mung bean ang ku kueh. The ang ku kueh skin is not too thick and the texture is not as chewy as I would have liked, but still ok. The mung bean filling is good - it is moist and not too sweet and the overall taste is great. continue reading
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