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Telephone
6324 1686
Opening Hours
Today
09:00 - 21:00
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Closed
Tue - Sun
09:00 - 21:00
Signature Dishes
Kueh Dadah Nonya Kueh Ondeh Ondeh
Review (15)
Level4 2014-10-17
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A very traditional shop under the HDB block, and is located about a 10 minutes walk from the MRT station. The place sells a huge range of old school cakes and kuehs. All looks super yummy but without any price tags around. I try asking the uncle manning the counter, but he is not so friendly in answering me back.Kueh Dadar ($3.50/box )It is known as Sweet Nonya Pancake Roll.It is pandan flavoured crepe, with coconut filling. What is unique here is that the filling is white in colour, instead of the usual brown coloured. It has a melt in the mouth texture. One of the best which I ever have.Lemper Ayam ($1.20/ piece)It is a an Indonesian dish made of glutinous rice filled with chicken. The meat filling is rolled inside the rice, and in turn rolled and wrapped inside a banana leaf.Interestingly it has a soft and sweet taste.Ladies Fingers ($4/ box)An interesting pastry filled with hazelnut filling. It has a light and sponge cake like texture.Overall the snacks are very tasty and unique.  continue reading
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Level1 2014-05-30
565 views
great location, great service, great prices, and more then great nibbles and sweets.I go there quite a bit and the only time I have been disappointed was when I went there at 10pm and they were closed.They are truly a tiong bahru treasure and have gotten the combination of great food, location, prices, and service, just right. After living in singapore for 5 years I would recommend them to both locals and foreigners...thank you galicier! continue reading
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Level4 2014-02-24
550 views
Located right along Tiong Bahru room ,you can hardly miss out this bakery where assortments of kueys, cakes and tarts entice you in.I bought quite a variety of kuey that day and I found their items to be pretty good! With soft chewy textures and ample dose of coconut to make it much more fragrant. Ondeh ondeh is one of their best sellers which I tried, but I found the gula melaka wrapped in its soft green kuey to be too little. If only there is more gula melaka to give it the "burst of flavours" when you bite into it.Their Tapioca cake is pretty darn awesome, so why not hop over if you are in the area to give it a try if you haven done so?Read more food reviews @ RoundTumTums.com continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-29
505 views
I will always take the opportunity to visit this confectionery whenever I'm around Tiong Bahru! My favourite is definitely their lemper udang! Followed by kueh dadar and ondeh ondeh! This is similar to lemper udang, but the glutinous rice roll is filled with chicken instead of shrimp! It is not bad but I feel that the lemper udang is more shiok Their coconut tart and almond macaroon looks good but taste-wise, it is just so-so only. There are still many many other pastries to try at this shop and I will be back again! continue reading
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Level3 2013-12-10
425 views
Galicier Confectionery is a neighbourhood bakery that specialises in traditional nonya kuehs, cakes and pastries. A simple shop front with no fanciful finishings, it exudes a type of old-school charm which I used to see back in the 80s. Totally unpretentious but filled with delectable snacks that bring back the fond memories of the good old days.I’m always excited when I see such a bakery because I know the inside will boast of stories and recipes that are passed down from generations. This sense of nostalgia and familiarity is exactly what makes these kuehs taste even more extraordinary.The kueh dadar that we normally get from elsewhere is a green-coloured, pandan-flavoured pancake roll filled with brown-coloured grated coconut that has been soaked in gula melaka syrup (palm sugar) but Galicier’s kueh dadar is one of a kind. There is no gula melaka used in the filling so the grated coconut is snow white in colour. And to my delight, the coconut filling is fresh, juicy and crunchy. It is the first time I have tasted the original flavour of coconut in a kueh dadah without having its aroma overpowered by the rich taste of the gula melaka. It is mildly sweetened with rock sugar but definitely not cloyingly sweet. Kudos to this, it’s the BEST kueh dadar I’ve had in Singapore so far.The ondeh-ondeh (round glutinous rice balls filled with gula melaka) is also very different from the usual ones we get. It is orange in colour with a tinge of sweet potato fragrance as Galicier has added mashed sweet potato to the dough. And the best thing about this ondeh-ondeh? It’s the explosion of liquid gula melaka with tiny toasted sesame seeds when you take a bite of each morsel. If you’re not careful, the lava might just dribble down your mouth and make a mess. But that’s just the fun of eating. The soft and slightly chewy dough is so smooth, it almost melts in your mouth like mochi. Seriously, who invented ondeh-ondehs? These are just so lip-smacking good!For full review and pictures, please visit http://springtomorrow.com/2013/10/13/nonya-kueh-from-galicier-confectionery-tiong-bahru/ continue reading
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