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Signature Dishes
"Tu tu" Coconut Cake
Review (3)
Level4 2013-09-08
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Coconut tu tu cake Peanut tu tu cake 5 tu tu for $3Saw it on tv , decide to check it out, love the coconut tu tu so much, gula melaka with coconut with special handmade flour, taste very different from outside, the flour is not fine, but small bits type, a kind of feelings that makes eating tu tu very nice to bite and eat, consider handmade at 60 cents each, it is cheap with rich filings, peanut tu tu cake so so only, not so fantastic. coconut tu tu taste will stay in your mouth for some time,feel good, i don't mind to go back and buy if i pass by there again, a good recommendation for tu tu lovers, this taste you can't find it elsewhere, superb. : ) continue reading
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Unlike today’s pasar malam, the night market in my days was much more vibrant with auctioning running with CDs playing Hokkien songs and the lights from all the stalls seemed to light up the night. It was so packed that it seemed like everyone from the neighborhood were there.Set aside the toys you could win by fishing floating “frogs/ducks”, the next most important aspect has got to be the food. It’s a must have this and a must have that. From oily tapioca cakes to a packet of chewy muah chee but a “I confirm must eat!” food has got to be petite flourly tutu kueh!Sad to say, finding someone who makes tutu kueh is no longer as pre-dominant these days. It’s almost like a dying trade like you can’t find old cobbers repairing your shoes on the streets that easily. Somehow, by a stroke of luck, I managed to stumble upon one hawker stall that solely makes them for a living. To see the steamers in front of the stall, was enough for me to relive my childhood but I just need to try one for myself to complete the nostalgic feeling.Upon buying, I was disappointed. Disappointed to see that my tutu kuehs weren’t steamed on the spot but picked from a stack hidden under some towels. Although it was still warm, I just prefer mine to be piping hot. I wouldn’t mind waiting for them to be steamed you know?The disappointment was gone as soon as I stuffed one of those puffy treats into my mouth. Especially savouring the grated coconuts. They were easily the best tutu kuehs I had in years but I can’t say much for their peanuts. One moment it was sweet and the bite was salty. I can’t say what happened to the process since I am no expert in roasting nuts.Eating these tutu kuehs were like relieving my memories as a child running around the night market, pestering my mum to buy me new toys, playing with my neighbors and always nipping a bit of tutu kueh all in the name of fun, laughter and joy. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-19
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I am quite a fan of this local snack. Though there are many stalls selling it but not all has done a good job and most have been quite inconsistent in the standard. This stall is the trusted brand whenever i want some for snack. I would not mind travelling all the way to town just to get it. Their tu tu kuehs are always served hot with different fillings like peanuts, coconut for you to choose. My favourite has always been the peanuts. Strongly recommended. continue reading
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